What to replace slippery stone flags with
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Lancastrian
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What to replace slippery stone flags with

by Lancastrian » Sat Jan 23, 2021 8:00 am

In the 1980’s we had our garage forecourt and paths to the house professionally laid with stone Flags
I am 78 now
The flags Have become very slippery even though we have them professionally power washed
Is there anything I can replace the stone flags with which will be non slip but still in keeping with our stone cottage

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Re: What to replace slippery stone flags with

by stoneyboy » Sun Jan 24, 2021 9:46 pm

Hi Lancastrian
The surface of your flagstones should not be slippery, suggest you arrange for them to be pressure cleaned with a hard surface cleaning head.
Regards S

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Re: What to replace slippery stone flags with

by Lancastrian » Sun Jan 24, 2021 11:20 pm

Thank you
It’s just to me they seem so smooth that they seem slippery by the nature of them
They look beautiful with their different hues

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