It looks wet and drying, or me eyes are going funny lolHey guys
My dads just had his drive in a light grey. Now he's sealed it and it ranges shortly after now it's turned patchy. Can anything be done about it?
Ahh I see, that makes sense... that is unfortunate, bloody rain!The sealants ment to give the wet look. When my dad put the sealant on It rained about an hour later causing it to go patchy
I agree, I would also leave it, after time it will start a similar process... the drive looks nice as is
You could point out to him that, sooner or later, he's going to get a visitor with a "drippy" car.I've told him to leave it but he's having none of it lol. He's on about getting them ripped up and new blocks different colours
This is what it looked like before the sealant
Exactly, that's what I was on about earlier, that's worse than not installing them. No point in installing a channel drain that's not connected up. we can't see but it looks to me as if the water would run across the tarmac footpath on onto a road (maybe) then down a road gully.And where would the drain go to? does it just seep away under neath the path?
As we look at the houses - the drive on the left is slightly higher than the block paved drive, I'm on about the channel drain at the front next to the tarmac footpath which would not stop anything flooding.The drive on the right look slightly more elevated above the one on the left.
The drive on the left has no block paving.