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Twilight blend

Discussion in 'Inspiration' started by Wayne Hambly, May 16, 2020.

  1. Wayne Hambly

    Wayne Hambly Administrator TalkResin+ Contractor

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    This is our favourite resin bound blend at the minute which is a silver blue with additional black.
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  3. Connor

    Connor Active Member Registered Contractor

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    Great solution to offering a grey colour that silver blue. I hope it holds up better than the silver grey in the long run. Feels a lot better on the trowel
     
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    Tim Active Member Registered Contractor

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    Nice instal Wayne
     
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    Tim Active Member Registered Contractor

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    I agree Connor but time will tell
     
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    Jimmy Member Registered Contractor

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    smart. great fit for that property
     
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    Gareth23 Member Registered Contractor

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    I’m thinking the silver blue is much better
     
  8. Jim

    Jim Member Registered Contractor

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    I agree Connor. I do get some of the comments on Facebook saying the stone is fine if used with correct resin content. i.e. the stone is more absorbent, has bigger surface area etc. so needs more resin, but not all my issues have been down to resin failure. the stone has just broken down (crushed). i think for pathways silver grey is fine but i wont be using it for driveways anymore costed me too much
     
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    Connor Active Member Registered Contractor

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    100 mate. I’ve seen it crush too. I don’t think it’s a case of just upping the resin
     
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    Jim Member Registered Contractor

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    yup
     
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    Gibbo Member Registered Contractor

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    I only ever use 1 bag of silver grey now in a blend to give it a silver fleck
     

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