Rated 5 out of 5Â by RMD1 Great cement
I used the grey. I liked the fact that it's in two packets so it doesn't go off before you've finished sweeping so there's no wastage.
20 Aug 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by RobTay Would recommend...
I have recently paved part of my front garden with 450mm x 450mm light grey flags, approximately 12 sqm with 10mm joints.
A builder friend recommended this instead of pointing, I was dubious at first because it seems too easy but the reviews suggested it was good stuff so thought I would give it a try.
The amount you get doesn't look like it will go very far but it did cover almost all the joints at a depth of around 25mm (minimum required). After I had filled all the joints I lightly ran over with a jointing bar just to ensure a nice flat finish and fill any gaps.
The finish is great and looks absolutely perfect, very happy with it.
Things to keep in mind:
1) You need to use a thick soft sweeping brush to apply (the kind you use indoors), a regular garden brush won't cut it.
2) The product is rated at 12 sqm coverage, it's not quite covered that so I am going to have buy another full box to finish off. This isn't a problem in itself but you need be prepared to buy more if you covering the same approximate area.
3) The finish is a darker grey that regular mortar, it actually looks great with my paving but just be aware.
4) My flags finish on a slight overhang where there is a flower bed, powder doesn't suspend in mid air so you have to put something in place to support it which it cures (couple of days).
TIP: Once you have roughly filled the joints sweep diagonally across the joint lines otherwise the brush sweeps too much back out.
Apart from those points I would highly recommend, beats the back breaking process of pointing with mortar any day.
31 May 2016
Rated 1 out of 5Â by hoscote sika pave fix plus compound
Absolute rubbish,paid for the best regretted it
Surprised at you Screwfix selling this product
Crumbles,doesn't set hard
Don't buy it
24 Apr 2016
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Jockflob Good but...
Never jointed anything before so wanted something quick and easy to do and I decided on this after reading other reviews.
Prodcut is easy to use, as you just brush it in. I actually found that using your hands to force into the gaps and then brushing was the easiest method. Make sure you brush any excess off.
Colour once dried has a little 'brownish' tinge but that might be just me.
You will need more than the recommended amount. I required approx 30% more than was stated on the side of the tub.
Dried quickly enough and time will tell whether longivity is an issue.
I would use again.
7 May 2015