Eleni Vivi. patio. September 03rd , 2017.
This is a great do-it-yourself project that does not need much effort. All you need to do is scrounge around for the raw materials for the same.
While many people believe polymeric sand is a good choice, it has been known to completely change the color of your pavers. So, adopting this method would be at your own risk.
Apply a sealer once your paint job is done. Sealing is the final most important step to ensure that your paint lasts. Apply a single, thin coat and allow it to cure for 72 hours. Then apply a top coat and wait for another 72 hours before you place any furniture on it.
Change parts that cannot be fixed from prolonged use or weak joints that are close to crumbling under your weight. You don't want to hurt yourself or others, so have it checked out to see if the parts can be replaced or fixed. For loose nuts and bolts, get a screwdriver and tighten these before they pop out of place. Use a nailer or hammer nails into the woodwork, to hold it together if it needs additional support.
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