Efflorescence on Flagstone: Here's a Free Video To Help You Control It!

Efflorescence is water soluble salt that moves through material to carry salts to the surface. When the water evaporates, it leaves a white powder behind.

It can turn a great looking flagstone, stone, or brick surface into an ugly white mess.

It helps to use better quality cement whenever stone is laid down, but you can never guaratee that it won't come out because cement comes from the "salty earth."

If you have bad efflorescence, this video might help you out. It will also show you tips for replacing joints between stone.  

**The prodcuts in this video are no longer made.  You should call Prosoco at 1-800-255-4255 to find out their new line of products.**

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