Repairing loose flagstones - polymeric sand vs Envirobond sand vs mortar?

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Repairing loose flagstones - polymeric sand vs Envirobond sand vs mortar?

Seeing cracks in between the flagstones and they started to loosen up.

I noticed a few ant hills amongst my flagstones and so I figured the original stone joint material was polymeric sand. I would like to repair the joint cracks before they all fall apart.

Just wondering what's the best material for this kind of repair? Do I just put another layer of polymeric sand on top of it? Or should I use Envirobond sand? Or mortar?

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Old 07-25-16, 08:48 AM
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It looks like you have mortar joints not polymeric. I would use mortar for the repair.
 
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