consevatory/screeded floor


Postby waterwater » Thu Nov 22, 2007 7:49 pm

hi could anyone possibley relive my headache how long does it take for the water/ sweating to stop once you,ve screeded the con floor. thx
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Postby ollie7489 » Mon Nov 26, 2007 7:31 am

This could take several weeks depending how warm it is in there Don't forget there are gallons and gallons of water gone into the floor and this has to come out. Make sure you leave the windows open a little to allow the moisture to escape otherwise hire a dehumidifier and it will happen more quickly you will then start to see lighter patches appearing where it is drying out. Les
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Postby waterwater » Tue Nov 27, 2007 9:44 am

[quote="ollie7489"]This could take several weeks depending how warm it is in there Don't forget there are gallons and gallons of water gone into the floor and this has to come out. Make sure you leave the windows open a little to allow the moisture to escape otherwise hire a dehumidifier and it will happen more quickly you will then start to see lighter patches appearing where it is drying out. Les[/quote] thx ollie will give it a go i guess patience is the game and a dehumidifier.
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