|Container Size||1 Gallon|
|Application||Concrete Waterproofer/Sealer||Application Method||Pump-up Sprayer|
|Base Material||Acrylic||Color/Finish||Natural Look|
|Dry To Touch Time (hh:mm)||12:00||Interior/Exterior||Exterior|
|Maximum hydrostatic pressure (lb.)||1||Maximum Optimal Temperature (F)||90|
|Minimum Optimal Temperature (F)||40||Paint/Stain Features||No additional features|
|Recommended Number of Coats||1||Returnable||90-Day|
|Substrate/Surface Material Use||Brick, Concrete, Stone||Surface Location||Patio, Pavers|
A: JL28, We get asked this question a lot. The great news is that NanoPave JSS has been used for failed or old polymeric sand projects. Simply clean the surface areas around the failed polysand joints and apply NanoPave JSS (and allow to fully cure before heavily using that specific area. It's a very simple process.
A: Robert, Usually the sealant component will last 2-4 years (depending upon weather and amount of usage). However, spot treatment of any abraded or eroded paving joints can be applied as needed.
A: Rich, NanoPave JSS is designed to stabilize sand (or for larger joints, a crushed stone dust) between paving stones/ bricks/etc. It also works as a sealer. So, to assure we have an option for your project that will work, I'd recommend you contact our Technical Support department.
A: Carol, NanoPave works great with playsand (or all-purpose masonry sand) for narrow concrete paver and brick joints, However, for wider and random width paving joints a 1/4" minus crushed stone/decomposed granite is recommended. In these wider joints sand doesn't offer the same strength and durability as a 1/4" minus material and is not recommended.