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No_Key4559

Don't mind me, I need this answer too aha


trombones_for_legs

Are you my wife?


No_Key4559

Is your wife bald with a beard and devilishly handsome?


Beowulf1896

Thelma?


KipHackmanNSA

Pressure washer, no chemicals needed. You'll become addicted to cleaning your garden though, so good luck.


trombones_for_legs

Already tried that, didn’t work unfortunately


KipHackmanNSA

Butane torch maybe then.


NinjaMiserable8061

Muriatic acid , be very careful


Onlydeliztoni

3800 psi power washer and then a wire brush or vise versa


BillBobBo1

Usually a small amount of brick/patio acid usually helps to lift it. The best I've found to use is the one from Travis Perkins


trombones_for_legs

Thank you, I will try this


Ronstermadness

Wd-40 usely works


Competitive-Oil2871

Assuming they are the same underneath can you flip the affected ones over?


trombones_for_legs

Cemented down unfortunately


totalwarfan1

Just flip the tiles:)


trombones_for_legs

It’s only kids paint and I’ve already tried the jet wash and some paint stripper from wickes. Are there any other products about I should try?


Beowulf1896

Acrylic paint?


ewb33

Use grout cleaner


doctorforce

I've recently used 'White Cleaner' from B&Q to remove paint on my patio. I just let it soak for 5 mins and then scrubbed with an old washing up thing. It wasn't easy, but it worked. Good luck.


Lucilda1125

Cif cream cleaner, pink stuff, brillo pad


GGorDD

White spirit for 5-10 mins then pressure wash. Repeat till it’s gone


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Power washer


Ok-Oil1553

Power washer