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I had a paver patio sealed last year. Polymeric sand replaced the original sand as well. After everything dried, it appears the roller used to apply the seal spread the polymeric sand. Now I have polymeric sand sealed and stuck to my pavers. How can I correct this? I had the company look at it a few days ago and was told that this is the first time it has happened and that he would try to fix it by using a scraper to remove the polymeric sand..? Will that work, or could that do more damage to my patio?

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If they replaced the sand, they should have vibrated the polymeric sand into the joints to preserved the interlock and levelness.

It is rare to see polymeric on a real interlocking paver job like a driveway, sidewalk, street, airport taxiway or ship unloading area, but its seems to get sold on the casual jobs.
 

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I am not exactly sure how the polymeric sand was installed. I had the impression they used a pressure washer or an air compressor.

That's one hecl of a fish concrete mason.
 
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