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DiamondCrete Stepping Stone

Posted by skysis1 (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 19, 14 at 22:57

Last weekend I poured two stones with some Diamond Crete that I had. The stones turned out pretty good but both have indentations in them. Does anyone know if there's any way to fix these indentations that won't compromise the stones? They are for a fundraiser and I hate to donate them as they are.I wondered if you could mix up some of the product and skim it on and wipe off much like you do with grout and mosaics.

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RE: DiamondCrete Stepping Stone

Yes, you can. I have done it just as you describe.

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