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Sika FastFix All Weather is on-point for paving

Published: 8 February 2019
 

 

Sika FastFix All Weather is a new self-setting paving jointing compound from Sika Everbuild, providing the ideal solution to perfect pointing on paving, paths and patios.

With a unique formula containing Active Resin Technology for advanced durability, Sika FastFix is supplied ready to use with no mixing required, is easy to apply in all weather conditions; even in the rain and won’t shrink or crack over time.

Suitable for use on all joints from just 20mm deep, Sika FastFix can be used for a range of applications including footpaths, stone setts, cobbles and Indian sandstone paving slabs and once opened can be stored in water and reused to reduce waste.

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