I had a series of walkways laid down using pavers. Benderboard was used as the frame and fine sand was swept inbetween the paver joints.
After the workers hosed down the walkways, I see that more sand should now be swept inbetween the joints.
Question: would there be a problem if I used brick mortar in place of the fine sand to fill in the spaces between the joints?
Some people say that's not a good idea. Why not?
What is the problem with using swept in mortar between pavers instaed of sand over a concrete base ?
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