Repair Damaged Mortar

Introduction: Repair Damaged Mortar

About: Sakrete is the pro's choice for concrete, mortar and stucco mixes along with maintenance and repair products for concrete and asphalt. Contractors and do-it-yourselfers rely on Sakrete for quality, consisten...

This video shows you how to remove damaged mortar and apply new mortar to joints. Sakrete Type S High Strength Mortar/Stucco Mix is suited for replacing existing mortar joints in brick or block walls.

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    Sakrete
    Sakrete

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Thank You DorkDaddy for viewing our video. We pride ourselves for making these videos for the DIY'er which in many cases is a homeowner. If you require additional information or shorcuts for home use please feel free to contact our Technical Line at 1-800-SAKRETE. The Sakrete Team

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    DorkDaddy
    DorkDaddy

    9 years ago on Introduction

    The video dose not show you how to remove the damaged mortar like it states. This is also a homeowner approach by using the pastry bag. This method requires the mortar to be very wet, and can lead to excess mess. Most professionals would use a hawk and jointer to both place and finish the mortar saving steps and time.