The Hi-Tec prints in the basement
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Efflorescence is a crystalline deposit of salts that can form when water is present in or on brick, concrete, stone, stucco or other building surfaces.
It has a white or greyish tint and consists of salt deposits left behind whenwater evaporates.
This usually-white fluffy material is efflorescence, a crystalline mineral salt left behind as moisture comes through the wall and evaporates into the building interior.
Efflorescence is not mold, though it is an indicator of wet conditions that could contribute to a mold problem somewhere in the building.
High Water table in the soils under and around the foundation walls and floor of the wine cellar. Calcium hydroxide brought to the surface by moisture combines with carbon dioxide in the air to form calcium carbon- ... Efflorescence is a crystalline deposit, usually white.
Efflorescence is a crystalline deposit of water-soluble salts (usually white) on the surface of masonry. All masonry materials are susceptible to efflorescence. Water-soluble.
This was seen on the walls and floor of the wine cellar.
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The Hi-Tec prints in the basement - by jameson245 - 01-28-2017, 08:28 PM
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