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Re: [sccpartners] Hole Filling Stephen Webb (09 Aug 2010 13:43 EDT)

Re: [sccpartners] Hole Filling Stephen Webb 09 Aug 2010 13:43 EDT

I've had good results with Bonstone "last patch" for limestone
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> Was asked to fill bunch of holes on brush finished limestone which were
> previously filled with grout by installer. Obviously he didn't remove all
> of the soft and lose material and now those spots are coming apart
> exposing white material. It is 500 sq ft kitchen with about 20 or so spots
> to fill (see picture).
> My question is what should I use to fill them, Sanded grout, traverfill or
> something else?
> What is the bonding agent in Traverfill and is it really better then grout
> leaving aside color issues?
> Adam Bartos
> BiO Tile
> 773-575-5515
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