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    Default Pavers that don't stain??

    Im over our outdoor alfresco its all stained pavers from drink or pet urine I want to put something down that doesnt stain or go crappy quickly.. Does anyone know if there is such a product?

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    You need sealed ones. If they aren't sealed they will absorb everything. We once had a (very very big) party as teens at a luxury holiday home that didn't have sealed expensive indoor tiles. They were completely ruined :-(

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    Thanks heaps that makes sense. Wish we had known that when we bought them!

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    You might be able to get the ones you have cleaned then sealed.

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    Yup get them sealed.

    I did that with our last patio as soon as the tiles were laid and they never stained and were really easy to clean. The landlord at our current house must not have got the tiles sealed as they are really stained and almost impossible to clean.

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    Thanks ours are pretty stained but yeh would be cheaper than re doing the lot! Will look into it.


 

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