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Unfortunately we operate a strict merchant and distributor only policy and as such are unable to supply directly to end users. To find your local stockist please use our stockist finder by clicking here.

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To order online you must have a valid account number which is used to log in to the site along with your password. Products can be added to your pallet either using the order pad which can be found on the ordering tab or on each individual product page across the site.

Simply click to visit our Resource and Support are at the top of the screen and select the individual products you need before downloading into a zip file. Alternatively each data sheet can be found on the specific product page.

Ensure all joints have a minimum full depth width of 5mm and are at least 20mm deep. The paving and joints should be thoroughly wet before application, but joints should be free of standing water, dirt, debris or weeds. Ensure the paving bedding is well drained.

Remove Sika FastFix All Weather from the packaging and cut the bag. Once punctured or opened the material must be used within 1 hour. Any unused material can be stored in the bucket for up to a month.

Use Sika FastFix All Weather in small manageable amounts. Avoid spreading over a large area before application. Ensure material is all loose by raking through. Do not try to break up and use any small set lumps. Do not add any extra sand.

Using a soft broom, or hand brush for smaller areas, work Sika FastFix All Weather into the joints. Make sure each joint is completely filled and the material well compressed.

Sika FastFix All Weather will start to set in 6 to 12 hours above 15°c in dry conditions. Allow up to 5 days for full set in temperatures between 4°c and 15°c. Contact with rain or moisture can slow the final set.

For further application help, take a look at this Sika FastFix All Weather video.

Woodwork Killer looks milky in the tin but will dry clear. If concerned, test in a small, inconspicuous place before using.

Unfortunately due to the flexibility of this product, SikaFlex EBT+ isn’t suitable for overpainting.

Yes, Patio Wizard is suitable for use on tarmac.

Believe it or not, PinkGrip is pink.

Yes, Stixall is neutral cure as is Silicone 825.

No, 403 Concrete Hardener & Dustproofer cannot be overpainted.

No, Febond Blue Grit isn’t suitable for use externally or tiles.

No, RendaGrip isn’t suitable for use on painted surfaces.

No, Evercryl isn’t suitable for use on wood.

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