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I am contractor and one of my workers dropped a window and chipped a customer's slate patio. The chips are like a stratified layer so i want to glue them back together since they are set in morter and would be difficult to replace. any idea on the proper adhesive?

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  • ronsimm1 Oct 12, 2010

    I thank you for your help. We are a respected contractor and it was the homeowners suggestion that they would be happy just to have it patched. I was also thinking about masonry caulk. What do you think about that?

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I would suggest silicone sealer. That would be your best bet as it allows for some movement.
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Use contractor grade subfloor glue if this gets wet use 30 year clear window and door silicone around the edges so water cant get in then use the subfloor glue in the middle inside this should glue it down well and keep the water out, A good contractor would not scab this problem like this. I am a contractor as well. If this is what it takes and looks good when you are done, hope the homeowner is happy, Good luck.

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