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        I have a river rock lanai with numerous stais on it.It has been cleaned and resurfaced many times with the
        polyurathene finish as originally applied.I want to cover it as to remove it is costly and dont want d damaged concrete.Are there any tiles or another product that can go directly over it without removing the river rock
        Thanks
        Pat
         
        Posts: 1 | Registered: Apr 16, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        Are we talking walls or floors. Floors I would have to think about that one. There may be a possibility to skim coat or scratchcoat mortar and lay the stones. But the biggest obsticle would be adhesion with the poly'd rock. Others being height elevation of the stones and the ability to get a level surface on the entire floor. Proper avenue would be to remove the rock down to the concrete and start from scratch.

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