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Old 07-15-2012, 07:23 PM  
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Default Repair Recommendations for Washed Aggregate Expansion Joint

What is recommended in place of the unsightly polyethylene based caulks for expansion joints on washed aggregate or concrete (see photo)?

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Remove all the ugly stuff, fill the joint with a decent polyurethane sealant and then immediately broadcast the top with quartz or silicon sand to match.
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