Australian sandstone is a naturally occurring product and as such consists of natural sand colours. Gold, cream, brown, white and pink are all examples of common colours found in sandstone.
Do Not Pressure Clean Sandstone. Pressure cleaning can damage the surface area of your stone and will degrade the quality of the product.For general weathering or mould stains; a diluted chlorine solution may be applied, followed by brushing with a stiff bristled brush and neutralising detergent.
Make sure to try this on a test area first.
Stone Cladding is best adhered with a rubber based epoxy or tile adhesive. It can be fixed to a masonry substrate such as a brick or besser block wall but can also be fixed to most building substrates and boards like blue board, villa board and hebel.
If your project is DIY, we recommend using extreme caution when fixing stones at heights greater than 2 meters.
When choosing stone pavers for a driveway, ensure that the pavers will be laid on a concrete bed for support. We recommend a paver thickness of 75mm for vehicle traffic or for light traffic areas such as paths or walkway, 50mm thickness can be used. Any movements or cavities occurring beneath the stones may result in cracking.
Yes providing that the stone is sealed and consolidated prior to installation. Be sure to use a good quality sealant that will protect from salt/chlorine attack.