16th October 2019

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Can you seal pavers?

After investing in a paver patio or driveway, customers often wonder whether they should seal it. We often recommend a joint stabilizing sealer, which is a liquid product that penetrates into the surface of not only the paver, but the sand in the joint as well. Sealing pavers may not be for everyone.

Likewise, how do I get rid of moss between pavers?

Remove the moss and slow its recurrence.
  1. Shed some light on the area.
  2. Pressure wash the stones.
  3. Scrub the moss away with a scrub brush.
  4. Spray the pavers with a solution of equal parts water and chlorine bleach annually to help prevent the moss from returning right away.
  5. Things You Will Need.
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What kind of sand to put between pavers?

Polymeric sand is used to fill the joints between pavers, including concrete pavers, brick pavers, and stone pavers. This product is a fine sand combined with additives, usually silica, that, when mixed with water, form a binding agent.

Can you use bleach to clean pavers?

Mix up 1 cup of chlorine bleach for each gallon of water. Chlorine can sometimes bleach bricks so you will want to test the solution on a less visible paver. If the brick changes color, you can use 5 percent white vinegar (undiluted) as the acid content also will kill mold, weeds, algae and other fungi.
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