Don't Make Grave Mistakes When Cleaning Tombstones
Davis sprays all sides with water, scrapes off the lichens with a broad Popsicle stick and rubs on the flat surfaces of the stone with a natural-bristle brush. "This is just water and a brush," he emphasizes, as significant dirt is removed.
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