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SAKRETE

Model 100033429

Internet #100598900

Store SKU #455311

60 lb. Type S Masonry Mortar

  • Contractor grade mortar mix.
  • Smooth blend for laying brick, block and stone.
  • Just add water.

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SAKRETE 60 lb. Type S Masonry Mortar is ideal for patching, bricklaying and stone work. It can also be used as a scratch or brown coat in stucco applications. This premixed mortar reaches a compression strength of at least 1,800 psi.

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what area will this product cover at .5 inch thickness?

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0.9 sq. ft.
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how do you mix this and with what?

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its for a brick chimney.
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Hi Russo, this product is premixed. You just add water. I have given you the instructions from the manufacture. Just open and read the section on mixing.
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/02/027d3cbb-6066-49ff-baad-5e1c4792bc1b.pdf
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is the one! After an unsuccessful use of polymeric sand between pavers, I decided to resort to this more standard approach. After laying a bed of gravel and sand and setting the pavers in place, I pushed this dry mortar into the gaps between the pavers and packed it down. After thoroughly sweeping off the residue from the surface of the pavers, I misted it gently several times and continued the misting periodically to help it cure properly. It set up hard, firm, and beautifully. It looks great between the paver stones and I know I won't have to worry about this job for a very, very long time. Excellent product! July 9, 2010
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