By sempak. Concrete Tools. Published at Thursday, December 14th, 2017 - 10:32:52 AM.
Decorative Concrete Coating Techniques - Stamped Concrete: Made of fiberglass or steel, stamped concrete uses negative patterns to mark a shape or form onto wet concrete. Templates are designed in such a way to create any kind of pattern like brick, tiles, stone, wood, and flagstone. Colors are made in such a way that can easily mix with the concrete. These colors are mixed with the concrete. This technique is used to etch large and complex patterns to enhance the landscape architecture.
If the existing floor surface needs to be solidified and densified, the contractor might apply penetrating hardeners to the concrete. This usually happens after first stage of the grinding process. The hardeners can be used on both existing or new floors and react chemically with the concrete to result in a hard crystalline structure. In addition, the hardeners offer extra protection from staining and water penetration and also prevent the concrete dusting.
These features, crafted in concrete are available to both the home user and for commercial use with molds from statuarymolds.com. They are especially suited for commercial use because of their durability, with features that are not found on any other commercial mold. The supporting legs are made of metal rather than wood, making them stronger and longer lasting as they wont rot with frequent moisture exposure, and the bolts that close the mold are larger than average. Combined with wing nuts this makes them very easy to open and close.
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