travertine pavers look milky after sealing
(Pembroke Pines, FL)
I had travertine pavers installed around my pool area and had the installer seal them with a water based sealer. I don't know what sealer was used as they didn't leave any behind. Initially they looked great but after a few months, the areas which are exposed to the rain/sun look washed out, with streaks and cloudy. The sealer was applied the same day they did the installation so I don't know if this has anything to do with it as the pavers were still damp. What can I use to remove the sealer completely and just leave the stone natural?
You could try muriatic acid, but do this with great care. I would test it on an out of the way stone or two first and see if it works.
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