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Posted: 07 Oct. 2017,14:42 QUOTE

Hi

I have made a hash of my block page drive refurb. Spent all summer preparing it and unfortunately cocked the final stage up. It seems I must have had too much sand in the joints, and then when I have applied the resiblock used a long pile roller. This has ‘pulled’ sand out of the joints and solidified on top of the pavers. When I try to scrape it off it seems to scratch the pavers. Hot water seems to help the situation but leaves a residue afterward. I am looking for some advice on how to fix it, had thought of hiring a steam pressure washer but not sure if it would be a waste of money. Thanks for your expertise


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Posted: 08 Oct. 2017,10:07 QUOTE

What Resiblock product was used??

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Posted: 08 Oct. 2017,10:16 QUOTE

It was Resilblock matt superior

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Posted: 08 Oct. 2017,11:11 QUOTE

The product you need is the AS-10 from here
http://paramose.com/paramosepaintstr.html

Heat as in a hot pressure washer will help this along, you'll need something like a Doff or Torik stone cleaning machines.

But do remember that you will with the AS-10 most probably remove some of the sand in the joins, so will have to re-sand.
It'll be messy.


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Posted: 09 Oct. 2017,08:49 QUOTE

Thanks

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