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We installed a brick patio, and splatter from wet-cutting the bricks ended up on the installed bricks.

How do I clean it?

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A closeup photo of the surface would be very helpful. – wallyk Nov 3 '13 at 0:35

Use a pressure washer with the widest angle nozzle held about 2 ft or more away from the pavers will take off the residue. Don't get too close or the intense water pressure will also take away the smooth finish of the pavers..

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Muriatic acid will literally eat away concrete. I use when repointing bricks. It may discolor the pavers so you will need to test it first.

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