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DH made a wonderful walkway in front of the house with flagstones which he set in very small gravelly stuff (gray).
The problem is that this gravel keeps coming out and is all over the stones and I wish there was a way of gluing it down.
I was thinking that maybe some of you know a solution for this problem. Is there a liquid (maybe cement in water - ratio??), that one could carefully pour on the gravel and it would glue or bake it down? Or is there something else you can think of? I would not like to have to take it all up.
The attached picture does not show the problem, but just part of the path.
I would so much appreciate any ideas you could share.