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Question posted - December 18 to December 23, 2016:

Do you need to wait for the mortar to cure before repainting a brick surface after repointing and power-tool cleaning? If so, how long, and how do you judge when it is safe?

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From Warren Brand of Chicago Coatings Group on December 21, 2016:
It depends on the type of mortar and paint. There ...read more

From Wayne Yancey of CallisonRTKL on December 20, 2016:
Wait 7 days. ...read more

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