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  • On Dec 21, 2017
    Carrie from MD Asked

    My family has a paver stone in front of MK. How can I get it cleaned up and have the names re done?

    Hi Carrie!

    I noticed your question this morning and grabbed it as I too have a paver stone in front of the Magic Kingdom entrance. A few years ago I asked the very same thing as to how we could get it cleaned up and more visible.

    The answer then was not clear as it is today and has been the reason we never did a thing about it. Disney was stating they would use a third party to come in but it was very expensive and the results were only minimal. I am not sure if they just didn’t want to deal with this with many guests coming and having it done or what. Sometimes I get down and dust it off and smile thinking about what a wonderful piece of history I have in my favorite place to be. In any case I have not heard about this being able to be done in the last few years son not sure if they are even offering it to paver owners.

    I have not asked in the last year about the process so suggest you try your luck on your next visit. Stop in at the Guest Relations right outside of the park entrance on the right. Ask to speak to the manager on site and hopefully you will get the latest updates. You can also call 407-939-2273. It is not something most cast members are prepared to answer so it has been frustrating to me as well.
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