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Thread: White carbide marks on my brand new tar drive way

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    Default White carbide marks on my brand new tar drive way

    I just had my driveway paved and I got white carbide marks on it. I know this happened to everyone of you. How can I cover them up before my wife see's it?

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    Ouch! Black pavement top coating / sealer....
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    Just brush them out with a stiff brush or if really picky just throw some sealer mixed with a little sand on. A few rains and some driving over they should disappear.
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    ... Or just tell her it is the artist coming out in you - it is the beginning of a beautiful design!!!
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    Light dusting of some flat black spray paint
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