|When the pavers are in place and edge restraints secure, sweep Pave-Lok (dry) over the dry completed area until the joints are completely filled.
For small jobs, pavers may be compacted using a rubber mallet and a piece of timber. For larger jobs use two or three passes of a vibrating plate compactor to ensure compaction of tight joints. A rubber roller attachment or carpet can be used under the plate to protect the pavers from damage. Paving should compact about 10mm. The joints should then be topped up by sweeping Pave-Lok over the area prior to a final compaction consisting of two more passings of the plate vibrator.
Before applying an even spray of clean water over the Pavement, you must ensure that all excess Pave-Lok is swept clean from the surface of the pavers to avoid Pave-Lok adhering to the surface.
Thorough gradual soaking of the Pave-Lok area should be completed to allow water to penetrate through the jointing material.
Pave-Lok, once dried, will remain flexible and allow slight movement of pavers without cracking. Your paved area will be ready for use after a minimum of 24hrs setting time.