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How can I stop mortar plugs from popping out of slab holes?
Our termite people plugged their dozens of chemical insertion holes using a regular grout. Needless to say the plugs are popping out left and right. (They tell me that is normal, the plugs pop out in ...
Sep 5 '12 at 7:52
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