Looking to patch up my stone walls, between stones. Was at HD today, must
be a half-dozen or more types of mortar -- or, iiuc, "sandmix".
Is there any type/brand particularly good for patching stone walls? Any
particular prep? I figger I'll clean out the patch areas with a garden
hose, etc. How to get the stuff on/in the vertical wall face is the next
challenge..... Any tips?
Along these lines (and of a previous post), I bought two different types of
grout, sanded and unsanded. Sanded is like a fine mortar (iiuc), and
unsanded is, I presume, very fine particles that don't quite qualify as
sand. The former is for gaps 1/8 to 1/2", the latter up to 1/8". So that
should cover various slate-type, step repairs, with fine-ish cracks.
Someone had suggested thinset, but the cart was already getting hard to
So between the the two grouts and the mortar mix (Sakrete sumpn or other --
I saw the Mexicans buying it, so I figgered, when in Rome, do like the
Romans..... LOL), I should have a variety of joint/patch sizes covered.
I also bought some colorant, should my artistic/feminine side peek