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Block Paving Jointer advice

Discussion in 'Building' started by user new, 16 May 2021.

  1. user new

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    Hello,

    I had block paving done about 2 years back in my driveway. This has now lot of weeds coming. Please can someone advise what I need to get done? Someone suggested me to do below steps:

    Step-1: Get the weed removed fully.
    Step:2: get paving sand filled between the joint and Mop access sand from block paving.
    Step-3: get block paving sealer and apply a coat of it. Which sealer to use?

    Is that correct? The situation is similar to the attached picture.
     

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  2. Ade234

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    Had block paving for 20 years - the sealants do help but treat mine twice a year with Weedol. Also be careful if you jet wash as that will wash the sand out even if sealed.
     
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    Weed killer and do a bit of basic tidying now and again so it does not get like it in the first place.
     
  5. itsnotplumb

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    Apparently a polyurethane based one is best. Ive not used any but if you find one let us know. Hopefully someone might recommend a good brand and supplier.
     
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