Published at Thursday, December 07th, 2017 - 10:49:52 AM. . By Tina Solis.
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.
The next step is mixing the Cerlon. This is done in 5 gallon buckets using the buckets that the Cerlon comes in take and pour ½ of the Cerlon in a clean bucket and mix the product half at a time. The most important part of mixing Cerlon is the ratio of water to the Cerlon has to be measured very accurately. A paddle on an electric drill that you use from mixing taping compound or floor leveler can be used to mix the Cerlon.
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