PRE-MIX CONCRETE

Stone Bond

Stone Bond is designed for the installation of manufactured and natural stone veneers. Stone Bond can be used to adhere stone vertically and horizontally, as a scratch coat, and as a mortar joint grout.

One 66lb (30kg) bag will cover approximately 13 sqft (1.2 sq.m.) at ½” (13mm) thickness. Coverage will vary with joint width and depth.

Mixing
  1. Add approximately 4 litres of water into a mixer for each 30kg (66lb) bag.
  2. Mix Stone Bond thoroughly.
  3. Adjust water as needed.

Note: Use only clean potable water.

Stone Installation 


Consult stone/veneer manufacturer for proper substance preparation and installation.

  1. Dampen properly prepared substrate for good stone adhesion.
  2. Apply ½ – ¾ inch (13-19mm) or mortar to the back of each veneer. 100% coverage is required on the back
  3. Press coated veneer firmly on substrate until mortar squeezes out around all edges of the veneer.
  4. Hold in place for 10 seconds. Ensure 100% contact between substrate and back of veneer.

Note: Not recommended for use where stone is very smooth or has a polished back.

Finishing Joints
  1. Use a grout bag to fill in joints.
  2. Finish joints, when thumb-print dry, with a metal or brush tool and dry brush any accidental smears.
For best results:
Do’s
  • Use in temperatures above 5°C (41°F).
  • Keep from freezing.

Stone Bond mortar mix is a construction grade mix designed for the installation of manufactured and natural stone. It can be used as a bond coat, scratch and brown coat and a mortar joint grout over concrete and masonry surfaces or galvanized, expanded metal lath.

Kwik Mix Stone Mix contains Portland Cement. Direct contact my irritate eyes and skin. Wear protective clothing (gloves, boots and safety glasses) when using this product. Wash exposed areas promptly with water. If any material gets into the eyes, rinse thoroughly with clean water and seek medical attention immediately.

DO NOT TAKE INTERNALLY.

KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN AND PETS. 

Clean up is easy with soap and water.

Rinse tools before material hardens.

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