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Posted: 11 Sep. 2018,18:57 QUOTE

Iíve built a small wall using concrete blocks and faced them with a some tiles called TIER.  All has gone well and Iíve got to the point where Iím cutting some stone slabs to use as coping stones to fit on top of the wall.

This is where I need a bit of guidence, the slabs will overhang the wall by about 3cm each side, Iíve cut a drip channel under neath and I now want to fill the gap between the coping stones.  Iíve looked on line and can see products that allow you to brush a compond into the gaps, but as Iíve got the overhang what do I need to do?  Also, what would be the best product to use to fill in the gaps?


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Posted: 12 Sep. 2018,06:25 QUOTE

Just use mortar to lay copes, then point up as normal look here and follow any links

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