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TechniSoil 1-gal. NanoPave JSS Ghost 2-in-1 Joint Stabilizer and Sealer Bottle
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1-gal. NanoPave JSS Ghost 2-in-1 Joint Stabilizer and Sealer Bottle

$34.97 /each

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NanoPave JSS is a revolutionary 2-in-1 joint stabilizer and sealer product for use with pavers, natural stone, and flagstone. NanoPave JSS creates a strong, durable bond in common sand or crushed stone jointing materials for joints up to 4 in. NanoPave JSS is a UV resistant, VOC-free sealant that protects and helps maintain the natural beauty of most paving surfaces.

  • Ghost: Natural Look Finish
  • Coverage rates up to 100 ft. /gallon - Water-based, VOC-free, nano-polymer technology
  • Fast curing, long-lasting protection with ultra-high clarity - Extreme temperature application range [40ºF - 90ºF]
  • Suitable for application to dry or damp surfaces - Resistant to blushing, staining, and cracking
  • Formulated to penetrate and stabilize joints up to 4 in. - Industry leading, advanced formula JSS
  • Easy to apply using standard equipment

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Will this product change the surface color/sheen/texture of the pavers in any way?

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September 8, 2016
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NanoPave JSS will not change the color but often enhances the natural colors in the pavers. That's an important distinction because most pavers have a multitude of colors in them and NanoPave JSS helps them be more visible. The sheen will be dependent upon which product you use, Ghost or Gloss. The texture of the pavers will not be affected.
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September 7, 2016
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I noticed no difference in color in either the pavers or the decomposed granite after application. In fact, most of my spraying was in joints between the pavers and only edges of the pavers received the product (my pavers are about 2' square with 1-1/2" joints). The areas of the pavers that received the stabilizer look identical to the areas that did not get sprayed.
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Would this product work to harden 2 in. joints filled with sand on a walkway of wood boards?

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July 6, 2016
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This product would not be suitable.
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July 5, 2016
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Sand is not a recommended joint material for anything over 3/4" in width. Instead, a 3/8" minus decomposed granite (DG) or crushed stone mix material would be a more suitable joint material that could then be stabilized with NanoPave JSS.
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Can this be applied to the joints with a paintbrush instead of a sprayer?

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May 30, 2016
Worried about getting all of the excess sand off the stones before applying and also worried about getting the stabilizer on the stones since some people have mentioned it leaving a milky white film on their stones.
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June 1, 2016
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No. The only recommended application for NanoPave JSS is using a pump sprayer over the entire surface (pavers and joints) and then using a foam rubber squeegee to evenly distribute the liquid.
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May 31, 2016
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No, a sprayer is recommended for application.
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Can this be used on joints of patio that was made with a concrete mold

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Planning to use stone dust as filler
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May 31, 2016
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If this project is made up of individual concrete-mold pavers with a sand / base rock subbase, then yes, NanoPave JSS can be used so long as recommended joint material is being used and the joints do not exceed 4" in width. However, if the patio is stamped concrete and the joints have no exit point at the bottom where they meet the subbase material then NanoPave JSS would not be recommended.
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May 26, 2016
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This can be used.
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1-gal. NanoPave JSS Ghost 2-in-1 Joint Stabilizer and Sealer Bottle is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Second time was the charm. Works great if you follow directions I had a contractor try the process and they used the wrong jointing material and not nearly enough of the sealer/stabilizer. I was skeptical based on a few negative reviews, but I decided to try it out myself; watched the video, looked over the install guide a couple of times- seemed fairly straight-forward. I applied to a decomposed granite jointing material (which the instructions said work better than sand in wider gaps), sprayed the liquid at the recommended quantity based on the joint width and used a garden sprayer. The results are night and day better compared to the original try by my contractor. It's about as easy a product as I could have hoped for and the results so far are very good.
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked very well (cause I read the directions...) Saw the video on the website and I read the instructions for installing it. Almost didn't buy because of a bad review and then I saw that they expected it to kill weeds... Just follow the directions, super easy one to do. I bought more than I should have and then I found they have a job calculator on the company website, oh well next time.
Date published: 2016-10-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not very impressed! I have a patio made of 18 X 24" concrete squares that used to have 2 X 4" wood between them; the wood had rotted out so the spaces were thoroughly cleaned. I packed 1/4"-minus decomposed granite between the squares by a repeated process of filling and compacting with a piece of lumber and a rubber mallet; the material was fully compacted. I calculated the amount of area of the decomposed granite that I wanted to stabilize at 62 sq. ft.; since the Nanopave material is supposed to cover a minimum of 60 sq. ft. in this application and I wanted to make sure I applied enough of the product, I ordered and applied 2 gallons with a garden pressure sprayer. This allowed full saturation of the granite. We've had no rain and the daytime temperature has been 68-72 degrees for well over a week. As you can see from the photos, normal foot traffic continues to cause substantial scattering of the granite granules. I have to sweep or blow off the patio every 1 or 2 days to keep from tracking the granite into the house.
Date published: 2016-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Used on sandstone walkway with sand filler in joints. Solidified the sand to keep it in place. Only negative is how many emails I got from home Depot asking me to review this product.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great Had a situation where our contractor put DG between flagstones here in SoCal. Was on a slope. First light rain and the DG ended up in the street. He came out - repaired it and claimed that he put stablizer on it. Washed away again. I repaired it this time and used Technisoil on it. I put it down per directions- as they state you need to put down a fair amount and let it soak in. Don't put down enough and you will have to start over. You can't put on multiple coats. It worked perfectly for us. 2" of rain in 3 hours and nothing moved. I'm really happy.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product should be carried in the stores since the other components are. The stores stock and sel... Product should be carried in the stores since the other components are. The stores stock and sell landscape fabric. soil and filler to level the pad and stepping stones. The rub comes when you need to set the polymeric sand which they also sell. The customer can use plain water, but then you are left with need to seal the joints and the stepping stones. This product fits the bill for both AND it activates the polymeric sand at the same time. The cost is not prohibitive but certainly not inexpensive. You are spending a large amount of money installing the walkway or patio, so, why not cut the final two steps to one step. Appears to have done a substantial job in setting the sand. As to stain repellent, we will have to see.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good not great Overall - this is a good product. But, do not use if your pavers will be exposed to excessive water of heavy rains. Our pavers are located in an area where there is no gutter and a lot of water runoff from the roof. This has washed away 80% of the sand between the paver joints. It took a few months with the Nanopave, but it has happened.
Date published: 2016-09-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding product I typically don't do the online reviews but I figured I would put in my two cents. I had to reset about 300 square feet of older concrete pavers in my backyard. I needed something to stabilize the joints since I used a regular sandbox sand vs the polymeric sand which is a lot more expensive. The product is phenomenal so far only time will tell how long it holds up. Super easy to apply and it won't stain your pavers or stone if you overspray. Below I attached a photo which shows treated area and untreated area which was washed out after heavy rains. I ran out of the stuff so I had to order more from HD. Great product hopefully it will stand a test of time.
Date published: 2013-09-16
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