Joint Size
600 x 600mm Pavers 450 x 450mm Pavers 100 x 100mm Setts
5mm x 30mm deep 15.6m² 11.4m² 2.5m²
10mm x 30mm deep 7.8m² 5.7m² 1.3m²
15mm x 30mm deep 2.5m² 3.8m² 0.85m²

Before grouting with P30: 

  • Ensure that the sub construction is permeable i.e. the water draining through the joint lines has an escape route
  • Ensure the joint lines are cleaned out to at least 30mm deep and no less than 3mm wide.
  • The paving temperature should ideally be between 5°C and 25°C

P30 Instructions:

  1. Pre-wet the pavers thoroughly. Grout approximately 4 – 8m² at a time.
  2. Open the P30 and pour the grout out of the bag over a small area. Note: We recommend grouting approximately a 4 – 8m² area at one time.
  3. Turn hose onto medium spray and wet the grout until it’s a very wet slurry.
  4. Sweep into the joints with a soft broom and continue to spray with water. Notes: the grout should remain a very wet slurry while working it into the joints. The P30 should almost flow into the joint lines. Use a soft broom to sweep in the P30 to prevent scratches on the surface of the joints.
  5. Check for and top-up any low or partially filled joints.
  6. Once all joints are full to satisfaction and the majority of the water has drained away, sweep the paving with a fresh/new soft broom at 45° to joints and remove any excess grout. Note: A light spray of water can be used to help clean the pavers.
  7. If there is heavy or prolonged periods of rain, cover the paved area to protect the grout and speed up the hardening process

Conditions for P30:

  • P30 may be applied in light rain. (Not heavy rain as this will prevent the grout from hardening and leave marks in the joints)
  • To prevent the surface from further rain etc. after application, cover with a plastic sheet or tarpaulin in order to have the material harden in time.

Options for P30: 

  • There are two colours available, Mid-Grey and Neutral (Buff)
  • A trowel or iron can be used to achieve a traditional finish if required

“This is a great product! We have already used it and prefer it to the traditional mortar jointing which is tedious and messy.”   –  From Stacie