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How to use a pointing and grouting gun?

  How to use a pointing and grouting gun

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Step 1 – Align nozzle

Line the nozzle up with the area you want to fill.

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Step 2 – Squeeze trigger

Squeeze the trigger. This will apply pressure to the material inside the barrel and force it through the nozzle.

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Step 3 – Release trigger

After applying the required mortar, press the trigger release lever to stop the flow.

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When pointing brickwork, your material should flow smoothly and evenly from the nozzle. It should not take extreme pressure to move the material.

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For brickwork mortar…

For finishing brickwork mortar, run a brick jointer along your mortar line to smooth and neaten.

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Step 4 – Remove excess mortar

Remove any excess mortar with a soft brush.

Wonkee Donkee says: 'If you are jointing tiles, remove excess grout with a sponge.'
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Now put up your feet and have a tea break while you wait for your hard work to dry.

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