Discoloration of Flagstone


Help! I am trying to email you and send pictures of problem flagstone but keep getting an error message. I can email these to an address. Please LMK...this situation is desperate.

anne.grove@cox.net

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good talking on the phone
by: David and Hans

Hi Anne,

From what you told us on the phone, we think laying stone during cold days is a very bad idea. The cement freezes and looses its ability to bond properly. The joints that you showed us would also not bond properly. They will tend to deteriorate over time. Too much pressure washing can also hurt the stone.

We think, based on the pictures, that a bad sealer can cause the discoloration. The efflorescence that seems to be coming out of the stone can be alleviated through chemical removal. However, you need to get the right chemical to do that. Call Prosoco at 1-800-255-4255 to get the best advice for the right chemical.

Whatever treatments you decide to do, do it in a small area, so you don't damage the whole patio. In other words, test before you commit to the whole project.

Great luck and we hope it all works out for you!!

David and Hans


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by: Anne

Don - I emailed you additional pictures and a more detailed explanation of this project. Look forward to hearing from you with thoughts, opinions, ideas, etc.

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Owner/D&D Stone Brokers
by: Don

From the picture I am looking at you must of put on a sealer of some kind. Please email d.mack.56@hotmail.com or you can call 803-391-8125 and we will discuss the situation.

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