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PostPosted: Sun Mar 25, 2018 5:07 pm 
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I had an area of Indian stone flags put down last year and over the winter there has been a bit of a build up of green algae - so the pressure washer will be coming out next weekend.

Question is, does Indian sandstone need or benefit from sealing with something once it's clean and dry? And if so, are there any recommendations for particular products or methods?

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We use everbuild path and patio sealer, buy it online, a lot cheaper than the merchants, use a garden sprayer to apply it.
You might want to leave it until we have good drying weather as you don't want to trap any salts, and check for any delamination before sealing.

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