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    • jhiker
    • By jhiker 5th Jan 18, 9:10 PM
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    Patio: Weatherpoint vs Rompox Easy
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    Patio: Weatherpoint vs Rompox Easy 5th Jan 18 at 9:10 PM
    Hi,
    Given that I want to use a one-part polymeric to repoint my sandstone patio. Notwithstanding the price is there any appreciable difference between Marshalls Weatherpoint 365 and Romex Rompox Easy in terms of ease of application or durability? Thanks.
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    Sorry, can't comment on the Romex but we had our sandstone patio done with Marshalls 365 last summer, so early days but no issues so far and was easy to brush in (well for the builder to do at any rate) we chose Marshalls 365 vs other brands simply for the colour available. It's a relatively grainy finish but I believe all these type compounds are.
    Good thing is that it doesn't stain sandstone when applying it, which was a bit plus for us as ours is very light in colour.
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