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Thursday, July 26th 2012, 10:10am

by ReddHead

I just used a pipe from Home Depot and whacked it underneath the sidewalk with a hammer. Worked great, didn't make a mess, and didn't wash the sand out from underneath the sidewalk which can lead to cracks in the concrete later.

Tuesday, July 24th 2012, 2:10pm

by wsommariva

Just dig a start hole, point and shoot. A regular garden hose does a decent job.

Tuesday, July 24th 2012, 1:27pm

by GatorGuy


Tuesday, July 24th 2012, 12:36pm

by Luke1

Going under Sidewalks with Pressure Washer

How do you use a pressure washer to go underneath sidewalks?