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Posted: 22 July 2017,12:23 QUOTE

Hi My client doesn't want yellow Kild dried sand in the block paving is a grey dansand ok.

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Posted: 22 July 2017,19:26 QUOTE

Bit pricey compated to K D S but if that's what the client wants. I'd give him gold dust if he's willing to cough up  :;):  :)

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Posted: 23 July 2017,13:54 QUOTE

lol ill tell them cheers:)
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Posted: 23 July 2017,14:10 QUOTE

It makes no difference. He can have the over-priced and ineffective DanSand, if he pays for it, but no matter what colour of sand you use for jointing, it all looks mucky brown in 3 months' time due to the aggregation of detritus on the surface of the joint, which helps keep the KDS in place.

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Posted: 24 July 2017,10:17 QUOTE

If they're willing to pay for it, go for it ;) not sure why they're so insistent, but there we go!

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