ROMPOX® EASY ECO-FINE
Ready-mixed, sustainable jointing mortar perfect for porcelain, ceramic & sensitive surfaces.
ROMPOX® - EASY Eco-Fine is a ready-mixed, 1-component paving joint mortar made from 98% natural, recycled, or renewable raw materials and produced with our own solar power. The mortar is vacuum packed and hardens/cures after reacting with air. Thanks to its simple application, this highly water-permeable jointing mortar is ideal for professionals and do-it-yourselfers and keeps the joints unsealed. ROMPOX® - EASY Eco-Fine is used around the house on patios, pathways and driveways with light, occasional car traffic (with non-settling, water-permeable bedding). The paving joint mortar is also particularly suitable for porcelain, ceramic & sensitive surfaces, thanks to it’s resin film free finish.
- For Pedestrian Loads
- For Joint Widths from 3 mm (1/8") on porcelain tile
- For Joint Widths from 5mm on concrete pavers
- Resin Film Free
- Highly Water Permeable
- Ready-Mixed, Vacuum Packed
ROMEX Easy Eco-Fine InstallationLearn how to install our Easy Eco-Fine permeable jointing product. Easy Eco-Fine is suitable for pedestrian applications and is ideally suited to porcelain tile applications with a joint width from 1/8" to 1/4". Once cured, Easy Eco-Fine is ant and weed resistant and can be pressure washed up to 2,000 psi, allowing for easy surface maintenance and preserving the permeability of the joints.
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Intensely pre-wet surface. Porous surfaces as well as higher surface temperatures, require more intense pre-wetting. Standing water in the fresh joint should be avoided.
2. Pour On
Open the vacuum packed bag and pour the ROMPOX® Easy Eco-Fine jointing mortar on to the pre-wetted surface.
3. Work In
Work the paving joint mortar in to the joints using a gentle spray of water and squeegee to ensure that the joints are completely filled. ROMPOX® - EASY Eco-Fine must be continuously emulsified with plenty of water.
4. Final Cleaning
Use a damp soft hair broom to do a final cleaning until all residual mortar has been removed from the surface. Sweeping should be done diagonally to the joint. Do not re-use swept off material.