Excellent for Residential & Light Commercial Use
Economical Binding Agent for Pavement Fixing Mortar
- For Pedestrian Loads
- For Joint Widths from 8 mm (3/16")
- For Joint Depths from 30 mm (1 3/16")
- Highly Water Permeable
- For DIY Use / Easy to Mix
- Can Be Applied During Drizzle
- Not Necessary to Cover Surface During Drizzle
- Improved, Water Compatible Formula
- Practically No Resin Film
HOW TO INSTALL Romex Rompox "Profi Easy" Permeable Paver Jointing MortarLet the top Romex expert in the country - our own Tom Kirk - guide you through the tools, techniques, and pro-tips for getting the best results for your Profi-Easy install!
Profi-Easy works beautifully on this random flagstone patio - and works just as well for any other natural stone, concrete or porcelain paver that has an adequate joint. It's so Easy!
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Thoroughly wet the surface and the substrate before you begin. This will ensure even filling and help with the cleanup when the installation is complete.
Pour 50 lbs sand plus Profi Easy component into the mixing tub and start the mixing process. Mix it for 3 min.
3. Pour On
Pour the mixed ROMPOX® - PROFI-EASY onto the surface.
4. Work In
Work it into the joints with an easy sweeping motion. Use water to help settle it into the joints. Do not use excessive water pressure. It begins to harden immediately after the excess water evaporates or drains away.
5. Add More Water
Add more water to the area.
6. Work It In
Once hardening has begun, gently remove any surface residue. A broom works well for this step.
Note: Unused material can be saved for later use. Simply pour the remaining product into the empty bucket and cover the product completely with water. Make sure the water completely covers the product. Material stored in this way can be kept for up to one year. Do not save material that has begun to cure.
7. Final Cleaning
Within 24 hours you can walk on the surface. Optimal temperature is 68 F, actual curing time will vary with temperature variation.