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Old 04-05-2011, 03:33 PM   #1
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Squeezing Instead of Troweling Mortar


Is there such a thing as mortar (not caulk or adhesive or sealant) that can be applied to existing bricks using a caulking gun as opposed to a pointing tool?

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Old 04-05-2011, 04:07 PM   #2
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apron/vest stores carry something in a small tube but it looks like **** after it cures ( just my opinion ! )

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You can buy bags like this one.... or make one yourself.
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Here in Chicago we have these available in pretty much all of our stores.
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he didn't ask about SOCKS do you both think i am stoopid ? ? ? or ? i like the metal cone tips - seems to flow better
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apron/vest stores carry something in a small tube but it looks like **** after it cures ( just my opinion ! )

Have you ever tried SIKA products ?
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No, not stupid............. just a little remiss in not offering a novice a better alternative you were aware of.
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Old 04-05-2011, 04:28 PM   #8
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I like the disposable grout bags the best, they're completely see-thru & flow the best, and they're extremely cheap when bought in quantity. You may be able to find them at a masonry supply store though.
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he didn't ask about SOCKS do you both think i am stoopid ? ? ? or ? i like the metal cone tips - seems to flow better

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