Mosaic Outdoor Cement - 10 Lb

$19.95 USD
Item# 2280
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Product Description

Super-Strong Formula for Durable Mosaic Projects
Use Jennifer's Outdoor Mosaic Cement for indirect (mold) projects. Create mosaic stepping stones, tables, benches, and much more. Super strong formula stands up to harsh weather for long-lasting projects. Easy-to-use cement results in a smooth, porcelain white finish. Use with Mosaic Colorants (#2203) for more colorful options. 10 lbs.

Drying Time: Allow cement to set-up in mold for a minimum of 5 hours for smaller molds, overnight for larger molds before turning out onto a smooth, solid surface. Place stone on several layers of newspaper. Peel off contact paper and clean off any smudged cement on glass with a wet sponge or a green scrubby. Continue drying for an additional 12 hours. Allow stone to fully cure indoors for 28 days before placing outdoors.

Mosaic stones below created by Delphi customers and donated to charity at Delphi's Mosaic Magic Event.

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Pros : Easy to mix and pour into molds. You must follow the directions correctly or your glass will be covered by the concrete.
Cons : My fist stepping stone I made the mistake of taking the mold after it was filled and dropping it up and down to get rid of air bubbles. The concrete of course covered my glass.
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  •   Holds up through winter
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Pros : Ideal for 14" round mold with no measuring Sets up fast Works as described
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Other Thoughts : I gave up making stepping stones for a bit because of durability issues with the stones (diamondcrete) 10 years ago. This stuff seems better and when coated after 30 days with concrete sealer, they have lasted so far through 2 winters without cracking.
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