Repairs: walls

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Effluorescence is one of the most common causes of staining to masonry. It generally affects new work rather than older buildings. The visible white staining occurs when the salts within the clay of the brick (or tiles) are dissolved by rainwater and washed to the surface, where they dry. ...

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