What is efflorescence in cement?
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Efflorescence in cement is a crystalline deposit of salt that appears on the surface of concrete, brick or other masonry materials due to water moving through the material. The salt deposits form a white powdery substance and can occur naturally, as a result of air-borne salt accumulation, or as a result of water seeping through the wall.