Joined: July 2004
||Posted: 20 Feb. 2019,10:21
None of the 1-part polymerics are wonderful, but some are truly awful, and GeoFix falls into the latter category.
Use the search button above to look for the term GeoFix and you'll find hundreds of complaints about it from users of this forum over 15 years or more. It's old and failed technology that has never been improved in quarter of a century.
The best 1-part poymerics are just about OK for patio work as long as there'll be no power washing, no over-hanging trees to cover the paving (and jointing) with a bed of leaves each year, and nothing heavier than a child's bike travelling across the pavement.
If it has to be a brush-in resin mortar, then I would only consider a good quality 2-part product, despite the significant price difference (they can be twice as costly, but are at least 10 times better!), or look to use a good quality cement-based slurry mortar, at less than half the cost of a polymeric, and accept the heavy, arduous cleaning that they require.
You pays your money and you takes your choice!
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