Travertine fill Dayron (27 Sep 2014 16:43 EDT)
Re: Travertine fill Baird Standish (27 Sep 2014 21:30 EDT)
Re: Travertine fill Baird Standish (27 Sep 2014 22:03 EDT)
Re: Travertine fill stuart rosen (28 Sep 2014 12:19 EDT)

Re: Travertine fill Baird Standish 27 Sep 2014 21:30 EDT

Dayron, my suggestion, after trying Traverfill, grout and epoxy recently on a pretty beat up travertine floor, is that Traverfill is already formulated and colored for filling the holes and is pretty easy to work with. You can add color from an epoxy coloring kit. Travertine is great for a lot of little holes.  But if you have larger fewer holes, you might consider a buff colored epoxy, filling individually with a putty knife and finishing off with a razor blade.

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> On Sep 27, 2014, at 4:42 PM, Dayron <> wrote:
> Hey Gang ,I have a job of 3300 sq ft of the travertine full with holes my question is use travertine fill or just unsanded grout
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