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    07-26-2010, 10:11 PM
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Need Help with cleaning rubber in indoor riding arena

My wife and I have been searching and have not came up with anything on our problem.
Our indoor riding arena has rubber on the floor. Over the years there has been alot of dust settle on the rubber. It does have a clay footing. We would like to try and take the rubber out and wash it off ( and either use a huge vacuum or blower to get the dust off the clay).
Would anyone have a idea of how this can be done - is there any special equipment that can be rented? Or if anyone has opinions, we would appreciate it.
Thanks so much and hopefully with me being a newbie on here, people will still help!
Thanks,
Doug
     

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