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rust on rebar

Discussion in 'Building Links' started by ICE, Mar 2, 2019.

  1. ICE

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    Nice find. Here's the most important part:


     
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    Article states that the re-bar should be stored up off the ground. That's common sense, the mud or caked on dirt should be removed. On a residential job site, that's not always the case. Thought it was interesting that in coastal areas, the bar should be hosed off to remove possible salt air contaminates. Wonder if anyone's seen that or done that?
     
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