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TechniSoil 10 lb. NanoPave JSS Gloss 2-in-1 Joint Stabilizer and Sealer Bottle


10 lb. NanoPave JSS Gloss 2-in-1 Joint Stabilizer and Sealer Bottle

$4276 /each
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Product Overview

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.

  • Gloss: enhanced look finish
  • Coverage rates up to 100 ft2/Gal. water-based, VOC-free, nano-polymer technology
  • Fast curing, long-lasting protection with ultra-high clarity extreme temperature application range [40°F - 90°F]
  • 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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Customer Questions & Answers

Do I need special sand for this product

Asked by: Stoney
First and foremost, we recommend the use of UltraMix Designer Series Paver Joint Sand for all hardscape joints up to a maximum of ¾” in width. Otherwise, an all-purpose or masonry sand works well with NanoPave JSS for joints up to ¾” in width. Do not use an ultra fine sand or screened sands as they may not bind well. Decomposed granite (DG) or crushed stone mixes are recommended for joints ranging from ¾” up to 4” in width.
Answered by: TechniSoil Product Expert
Date published: 2016-11-07

will the gloss make the surface of the stones slippery?

Asked by: sourdough
This really depends more on the surface texture of the stone than it does NanoPave JSS, but in most cases, the sealer aspect of NanoPave JSS does not make a hardscape surface slippery. Please refer to the product install guide for more information on application.
Answered by: TechniSoil Product Expert
Date published: 2015-09-20
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Customer Reviews

10 lb. NanoPave JSS Gloss 2-in-1 Joint Stabilizer and Sealer Bottle is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to Use I read a lot of reviews and looked at a lot of options including poly sand. the install process with most of them seemed quit daunting. this one seemed liked the most forgiving and benefited from being a sealant as well. I purchase 6 gallons to cover a 660sqft flagstone patio and it required 5 gallons. I chose the gloss finish which gives the flagstone a little sheen and more depth. it was very easy to use and I found you could skip a couple of the steps. I did not squeegee or sponge off any excess. I just let it dry as is. with flagstone I would get small puddles and in some cases would disperse those but on the second half of the patio I did not bother and it dried clear and perfect. the hardest aspect is getting all of the dirt and sand off the flagstone before applying. this is impossible to do. the sand will get sealed under the sealant. I really have no great tips here. something you could try that I did not is sweep the sand into the joints, wet the sand only with a small pump sprayer and then blow off the dry loose sand on the stone while the joint sand is still damp. a couple of my stones had much more sand on it than I thought and it is now sealed under but unless you really focus on it the average eye will not pick it up. I imagine on uniform manufactured stone this could stand out more but with uniform cracks it will be much easier to remove the loose sand on the top without blowing out the cracks. I highly recommend the product but it did state it was porous allowing water to continue to drain through the cracks. so far I have not experienced that and the water tends to pool. I will keep my on this as it could create problems for my particular topography.
Date published: 2014-09-16
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