Silicate of Soda and Concrete, with Special Reference to the Treatment of Roads, Floors, etc., For t

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Silicate of Soda and Concrete, with Special Reference to the Treatment of Roads, Floors, etc., For t

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Silicate of Soda and Concrete, with Special Reference to the Treatment of Roads, Floors, etc., For t
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The treatment of concrete surfaces with siicate of soda is by no means a new process. Until quite recently it has been confined to the treatment of factory floors to prevent dusting, and the best results have not been contained consistently because the grade of silicate of soda used has been unsuitable and the methods of application have not been properly studied. L.A. Munro

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