Cleaning, Sealing and Joint Sand Stabilization of Interlocking Concrete Pavement
When properly installed, interlocking concrete pavements have very low maintenance and provide an attractive surface for decades. Under foot and vehicular traffic, they can become exposed to dirt, stains and wear. This is common to all pavements. Click the link on the right for a complete technical bulletin addressing various steps to ensure the durability of interlocking concrete pavements and to help restore their original appearance. These steps include removing stains and cleaning, plus joint stabilization or sealing if required.
Stains on specific areas should be removed first. A cleaner should be used next to remove any efflorescence and dirt from the entire pavement. A newly cleaned pavement can be an opportune time to apply joint sand stabilizers or seal it. In order to achieve maximum results, we use stain removers, cleaners, joint sand stabilizers, and sealers specifically for concrete pavers.