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Both the sand and the stone dust should be watered 3 times, starting with a fine mist and progressing on to heavier watering using a rinsing action until water begins to accumulate on the surface. On a hot day more water may be necessary as surface evaporation dries the water before it can penetrate the product. Please refer to our instructions and video.
High humidity or damp pavers can cause a white haze, make sure pavers are completely dry before installing polymeric sand and try to work in low humidity. A propane torch is great for drying out small wet areas. If humidity is high, work small sections and do not allow the sand to remain on the surface for a long time. White haze can also be caused by improper cleaning of the paver surface prior to water application. A fine bristle broom cleaning and blowing with a leaf blower until dust does not rise from the surface is necessary before activating the product. You should blow the dust off from several different directions. If the paver or stone surface is textured, blowing the surface off after the final watering with a leaf blower will help to prevent any white pockmark type stains from forming due to ponding water in clefts and crevices.
A white haze can be removed with efflorescence cleaner or a hot pressure washer. CasaScapes products do not contain any Portland cement, so any hazing is easily removed and will weather away naturally with time and rain.