Worker Brushing Traction Lines into a Wet Concrete Floor - Stock image

Concrete, Construction Industry, Human Hand, Broom, Brushing

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Stock photo ID:180753820
Upload date:September 14, 2013


A worker, using a brush, is creating traction lines in a wet concrete floor. The brushed lines create subtle traction when the smooth concrete becomes wet. Focus is on the top of the brush, the concrete is slightly soft. The wood form at the bottom is temporary and will be removed once the concrete has cured.
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