Available in Grey and Mushroom
A 12.5kg tub will cover between 5 & 10sqm /ea depending on the size of the paving and the width & depth of the joints. The more you brush it the further it goes….
Easyjoint is a revelation. Lay your paving and allow it to sit for a few days to settle. Now in the past you would have 2 options. Either get down on your hands and knees for what seemed like endless days mixing up mortar and hand pointing (that will probably fail after a couple of winters) or wait for that seldom experienced dry day and point up with an epoxy jointing compound that once cured, couldn’t be removed – so you had better get it right first time!
With Easyjoint, you need a knife to open the bag, a soft brush, a hose with lots of water and a warm day. Easyjoint can be used at anything above 3 degrees, but it will take a while to cure at this temperature. 10 degrees is fine, 15 degrees is great.
Easyjoint is different to traditional products. Once your paving has settled (a few days or so), hose it down. Get it wet, and get the joints wet. Strange I know, but that is what you need to do. Now the area is wet, open your Easyjoint, tip it over the paving and get spreading. Work the material into the joints with a sift floor brush and then open another tub if required until all of the joints are filled. If you have a smaller area, under 30 or 40 sqm you can do this on your own. For a bigger area it is better with 2 people – one doing the initial spread and the other coming along behind finishing it off. It is easier to fill the joints brushing along the length of them, and once they are filled, brush across at 45 degrees to take the excess off without removing the material from the joint. Now wet the paving down. Get it good and wet without using too much pressure as this will remove the Easyjoint from the joint. Hose any excess material back into the joint area if possible and then brush over the paving again. At this point you are really finished, but if you keep on brushing and hosing, you will get the best result. Look for areas where the joint has sagged and brush more material into this area. If you want a smooth joint, key it in with a pointing iron, otherwise, that’s you done. A quick mist over with water and you can go home….