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Weather struck pointing is the most common type of pointing used today and is used on any brickwork - houses, walls, chimneys or patios. It is a relatively simple method of brick pointing / re-pointing

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Weather struck pointing is made by running the trowel at a slight angle along the upper edge of the brick below the joint. Weather struck pointing can sometimes be made using a white cement and silver sand, to give a very white mortar.

Weatherstruck Pointing is a very common pointing joint

Weather struck pointing is made by running the trowel at a slight angle along the upper edge of the brick below the joint. Weather struck pointing can sometimes be made using a white cement and silver sand, to give a very white mortar.

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