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Old parquet, e.g. found under an adhered linoleum covering, should be reprocessed, meaning that the levelling compound and adhesive must be removed. The parquet must not be too damaged in this process. Our RG 130 restoration grinder is needed here because the filler compound is too hard for the parquet sander. Not only would vast amounts of abrasive paper be worn down, but the machine's roller could also be damaged. The depth limiter can be used to remove adhesive residue from the parquet flooring without removing more wood than is necessary.
Removing plaster is a strenuous and dusty task, but sometimes unavoidable. The following guide explains how to remove plaster and which tools are required for small and large areas.
Repairing cracks in screed is an important task, because only when these have been repaired can the surface covering be laid. This application example describes how such cracks in screed can be repaired. The damage can be caused by incorrect substrate preparation or sometimes due to component movements and settlements. Fortunately, it is not difficult to treat the cracks with resin professionally. In our instructions, we show you how to proceed with repairs step-by-step.