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Posted: 13 May 2018,15:46 QUOTE

i have a customer who wants their driveway pointing, so i have cleaned them up and blasted out all the dirt from in between and i am left with how it is in the photos, would these setts be suitable for a slurry grout or are the joints not deep enough?

Was thinking a 4/1 sharp sand cement and sbr and plenty of sweeping budget dictates this method over pricier resins.




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Posted: 13 May 2018,16:20 QUOTE

the 2 part resins will last a whole lot longer than 10-15mm of slurry,
I hear you on budget  of course
be a lot of cleaning using sand and cement
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Posted: 13 May 2018,17:25 QUOTE

Not my budget so working on a day rate for the pointing, how long should this take 2 guys to slurry point?

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Posted: 13 May 2018,22:56 QUOTE

Cookie or Dempsey would tell you better than me,as never done slurry
you will get it in there quick enough,its keeping it cean that will be the heart ache
think cookie uses a belt cleaner, dempsey a lazy boy

how many metres you got?

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Posted: 14 May 2018,08:16 QUOTE

Theres about 70sqm total will be brushing like crazy and have a industrial pressure washer to aid clean up if need be, just hoping it can be done in a day between two of us.

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Posted: 15 May 2018,22:30 QUOTE

I have only ever done epoxy grouting but I reckon a day is a bit ambitious for 70 m2
allow more and gives you a comfort zone if it doesnt go to plan
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