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Everbuild launch Sika Pave Fix Plus

Published: 7 September 2018

From Everbuild comes Sika Pave Fix Plus – an easy and hassle-free way to transform paving all year round. Coming ready to use, Sika Pave Fix Plus is a self-setting paving grout designed to achieve the perfect pointing for paths, patios and paving. Faster than traditional methods, the product is cement free and provides a strong and durable finish. Unlike sand, Sika Pave Fix Plus won't blow or wash out of joints, won't shrink or crack and resists weed growth to ensure paths, patio and paving are kept in perfect condition. Available in buff in 15kg tubs and grey in 14kg tubs, the product is suitable for wide joints over 5mm and can be brushed into joints, compacted and left to set.

 

 

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