Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 13
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Paul 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.
September 16, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lillian Easy to apply and performed above expectations
I used Nano Pave on a small broken concrete patio I was making where the joints were as much as 3" wide. I didn't want to have just loose gravel in the joints because it's always a mess and awkward with regard to chairs, etc.; so when I saw this product, I thought I'd give it a try. It was all very simple to apply, cured overnight, and we love the natural look of the "Ghost" non-glossy finish. We're getting the 5 gal containing next time, we've got a walkway to put in!
September 20, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Grant This product is amazing!
I am doing a flagstone patio and am using 1/4"-minus ground basalt as the joining material. This product is a 2-in-1 joint stabilizer and sealer and basically solidifies the joining material. It works GREAT! Easy to apply and after talking with one of their Rep's, even up here in the northwest I should only need the one coat which will last for at least a couple of years. I would HIGHLY recommend this product for anyone doing a project like this, especially if you want a more natural-looking hard surface. This is the 'Ghost' version of this which gives it a more natural look. They also have a 'Hi-gloss' version.
July 16, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lori Great Product!
We built a 15x30 flagstone patio with crushed granite swept between the joints. We have put so much work into the project and we were afraid of the joints washing away so we used this product to seal the stone and joints. This product is amazing! We waited 48 hours and went out to inspect the result, the joints will not be going anywhere anytime soon and it is beautiful!
September 18, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by varazz great
Product worked great. Made the sand hard and has not wash away even after some very heavy rain. It also brought out all the colors in the stone.
June 19, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Martini Nano ghost
4 months ago, did 600 sq/ft Paver with1/8 joints, and used masonry sand ed only 5 gal of nano pave, and vibrated it down, swept to recommended depth on bottle, etc.. Applied with weed sprayer, and it was a little tedious doing every joint, and soaking them thoroughly. Thrilled with the stability of joints. Used some screen sand for tighter joints, and that didn't bind as well as with the prescreende sand mix. So, all in all, am thrilled with the result, and value. Now anywhere that water will hit these joints off the roof, it will wash out, just refill and have your solution in that bottle, and just reapply. Used the ghost, would love to think the 'wet' would hold up, but it is AZ, and the sun does get to everything . Little pricey at HD, pioneer materiels has 5’s for $110! No odor, quick dry, just stay off it like it says for 24hrs, best of luck
January 17, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Deano Second time buying for me
Love this stuff- had to get more for another paver area..
October 29, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jakes It Works!
Solidifying and anchoring the masonry sand that's swept into paver joints is essential to keeping tjhe patio, walkway, etc intact. This stuff does just that. My patio installer highly recommended it. It turns the sand into a grout-like material, hard and immovable, making the sand "stick" to the paver sides to prevent them from shifting. But there's a little trade-off. First, you must make sure there's no sand on the paver surfaces by carefully sweeping the surface or carefully using a leaf blower avoiding blowing sand from the joints. Second, you have to concentrate the application on the joints and avoid build-up on the paver surface -- not easy, so make sure you have a sturdy, long handled foam rubber squeegee at hand to break up any puddling and push the liquid into the joints as best you can -- otherwise you'll get white blotches on the paver surfaces when it dries. But it's not too noticeable and will likely wear off in time. When the surface dries you can feel a gritty-stickiness on the surface, but the joint sand will be hard as a rock which is what you want. Follow the directions closely and you won't go wrong.
September 30, 2014