How to clean your joints for the best result
The possibilities for creating an outdoor paving with a personal touch are many. Paving stones come in a multitude of colours, shapes, thicknesses and materials. To achieve a beautiful and durable result, it is important that you choose a joint material that fits your project as precisely as possible. The joint material must be adapted to the substrate, the joint height, the joint width and the paving stone material.
With the optimal solution, your pavement gets a complete renovation. All tiles are picked up and cleaned before being laid down again. In many cases, you can also flip the tiles. The preparation is relatively time-consuming, but you achieve a great result and can be happy that the paving stays free of weeds season after season. We recommend this solution if your paving is heavily affected by algae growth and weeds. If the tiles are uneven, you should straighten the base itself so that your tiles can be laid down correctly again. Especially in driveways, after several years of use, the paving can become uneven. The joint renovation is a good opportunity to straighten the surface so that the tiles lie optimally once more.
How to do it
- Remove the worst weeds with a shovel
- Take up 5-6 rows of stones at a time
- Clear the base of weed remnants
- Flush the stones with a water hose
- Re-lay the stones
- Then use your Dansand® joint material