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Posted in response to petrified wood from loren grosskopf on April 02, 2010 at 19:25:56:

Re: petrified wood

Not knowing the nature of what you are trying to clean off, we use muratic acid for the whitish ash-mud coating on some of our pet. wood, especially that from Saddle Mtn. Wash. We mix it 1 part acid to 5 parts water, and dip our pieces. We let them soak in a plastic container until they quit fizzing. The size of your pieces will likely require a spray or paint on, and rinse. Muratic is used for cleaning stone surfaces, won't hurt quartz. Be careful, good luck.

From Larry Larson - April 03, 2010 at 11:47:00

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