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Old 10-08-2019, 09:14 PM   #1
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Default Used Pavers, in very good condition

I have a total of 429 concrete pavers (grey) that I removed due to an expanded deck project. They are all in very good condition, if a little dirty; nothing a good power washing or even a good hosing on jet stream wouldn't take care of.

The approximate sizes are:

9"x5.25"x2.5" (95 of these)
8"x5.25"x2.5" (131 of these)
6.5"x5.25x2.5" (73 of these)
5.25"x4.5"x2.5" (130 of these)

Take all for $200 or best offer. Will need to pick up.
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Old 10-09-2019, 05:16 AM   #2
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Walmart has this stuff called JoMax, about $4.25/gal, made by Rustoleum, and with a ten dollar one-gallon sprayer-pump, you spray the liquid bleach/detergent/magic mix all over the pavers on a fair weather day....... and bingo ..... the next day, they look like new, goodbye mold ..... works very good!

With 429 of these grey blocks, it will give you something to do, to restore them back to their original, beautiful, vintage grey!
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Walmart has this stuff called JoMax, about $4.25/gal, made by Rustoleum, and with a ten dollar one-gallon sprayer-pump, you spray the liquid bleach/detergent/magic mix all over the pavers on a fair weather day....... and bingo ..... the next day, they look like new, goodbye mold ..... works very good!

With 429 of these grey blocks, it will give you something to do, to restore them back to their original, beautiful, vintage grey!

LOL! I have plenty to do, so I am not looking for any projects at this time! I'm still trying to finish up the ones I started this summer.... Even if I did have time to restore the pavers, I no longer have any use for them, hence the reason I am selling them. Hopefully someone has a landscaping project going in the lakes region and would like a huge discount on pavers. And with your wonderful suggestion, they can be looking beautiful in no time (just not my time
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LOL! I have plenty to do, so I am not looking for any projects at this time! I'm still trying to finish up the ones I started this summer.... Even if I did have time to restore the pavers, I no longer have any use for them, hence the reason I am selling them. Hopefully someone has a landscaping project going in the lakes region and would like a huge discount on pavers. And with your wonderful suggestion, they can be looking beautiful in no time (just not my time
Where are you located?
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In Gilford, in Gunstock Acres.
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Lightbulb Used Pavers?

Wish my back was in better shape.

Piled in front of my shoreline, it'd make a great crayfish condo!
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Wish my back was in better shape.

Piled in front of my shoreline, it'd make a great crayfish condo!

Great Description : and yes it would.
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Wish my back was in better shape.

Piled in front of my shoreline, it'd make a great crayfish condo!
Same here, I could really use them but moving 400 pavers 3 times, loading, unloading, then setting them would probably end up with me spending almost as much money with my chiropractor as I would be saving, plus the pain and suffering.
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