GetDaGaff

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  1. Looks like it could take 18 to 24 months for the efflorescence to go away on it's own. I don't want to see this stuff on my new patio for that long. I tried a home remedy of 50/50 6% vinegar and water on a sample brick. lets see how it looks when it dries. Anyone else try to remove this white stuff from their patio?
  2. They say you have to wait a year before you can seal it. There is lime and other stuff that has to seep to the surface and be washed away.
  3. That sounds promising. We picked a light color so I hope to keep from dropping anything on it, but I grill a lot so we'll see.
  4. Did you clean the block or did it just wash off with the rain?
  5. So I have a guy starting next week to put a small patio in the back of the house. He's using Cambridge pavers that I thought were the same color through the block. These don't look like that. There is a 1/2' layer of a lighter, finer grain material on the top layer. They call it hard facing. I took a block and dumped a lil wine on it and it stained. I know there will be food and drink dropped on it over time, but can it be cleaned? I went to there site and read some stuff, but I wanted to hear from from someone that has had them for awhile. Anybody use these and are you happy with your purchase?
  6. Have you done it? Does it work?
  7. That looks tasty. Lots of interesting rubs on here thanks guys. I'm waiting for the beef to go on sale again. I was talking to a retired butcher last night and he told me he gets good quality steaks, vacuum packs them and puts them in the fridge for 3 to 4 weeks then either cooks it, or freezes it. Says it ages them real nice. Anyone ever hear of such a thing?
  8. I did one the other night with salt, pepper, garlic powder, coriander and a lil Adobe. Came out great. A bit salty on the crust but I like that. I did it in a set it and forget it rotisserie and it was cooked perfect. Looking for other ideas for rubs as I want to make up a batch to use when needed. What's your favorite? And don't mess up this thread with any rub n tug nonsense.
  9. The Ranch
  10. This was my friends dog and I taped it on my cell phone. The dog wanted to play and the squirrel ignored him. Lasted about 20 minutes until he hopped the fence.
  11. Just get a big nasty dog.
  12. But you wouldn't accept it unless it plays in your favor, and it won't. What then?? Back to Stormy Daniels? You should be happy your president was not involved in collusion. And yes, he is your president.
  13. That's every city in New Jersey now thank you Gov. Murphy. Scumbag!!
  14. From the site.... The online S.T.S. 033 Form should be used only after consultation with your local Police Department or the State Police Barracks responsible for processing your firearm application. You must first obtain an Originating Agency Identifier (ORI) Number from the licensing department to complete this form.