Block Paving Filler
TOP-UP sand joints & STOP WEEDS.
Unlike kiln dried sand, Kingfisher Block Paving Filler is a moisture curing grout which will not wash out. It also inhibits weed growth. Easy brush-in application to fill joints of 5mm or less for clean, dry block filled paving and patios.
Working on all types of block paving, this block paving filler is quicker than traditional methods and easy to use. Its effectiveness and durability are second to none. Simply add water to form tough elastic joints with exceptional adhesion.
Once it has cured, it will not wash away, reduce or crack over time. Even when pressure washing, it will stay strong. Using our block fill weed inhibiting sand will help you to strengthen and stabilize all types of block paving.
Block Fill Weed Inhibiting Sand
Fill the joints in block paving slabs to make the maintenance of block paving much easier. It will also enhance the appearance of your driveway or garden paved areas. If block paving joints are left un-filled, they could possibly sink because of water penetration and eventually become loose.
The end product of using our block paving filler will be a paving gap that is totally filled. That means that there is no need for kneeling and compressing the material. This treatment will last for many, many years, performing much better than traditional jointing methods.
Our expertise in developing joint stabilising products will give you peace of mind that the end product will be outstanding. We have a wealth of experience developing our jointing sand, which ensures a high-quality product. So, if you are looking for a block paving filler that will exceed expectations, look no further than Kingfisher.
Well worth it
Can seem expensive but 15kg goes a long way at 25mm deep and saves you from the usual 'pressure wash and re sand cycle'. Can leave a slight cement like film on the paving if you don't get the sprinkling of water just right but if you follow the instructions it turns into a grout and runs into the joints, just don't over water so it runs off the paving. A tip, on first opening the tub make the effort to mix the materials if you can see they have separated. All in all well worth it.
Reviewed by Cumbrian Dave on
Kingfisher Responded on 15th May
Thank you for your kind review and tip