Many of you have probably experienced older brick that was typically not kiln dried to today's standards (probably in your own homes); therefore, the brick is more likely to suffer from sluffing. For those that don't know what I mean, sluffing is when the outer layer of the brick deteriorates due to moisture changes on the surface of the brick. One indication of sluffing is the piles of dust that collect when it falls off of the brick.
We are constantly dealing with brick in these older structures and would like to find a product and/or procedure for eliminating (in a perfect world) or atleast reducing/slowing the sluffing process. If anyone has any information or insite, please respond.
Thanks in advance,