Mosaic Outdoor Cement - 20 Lbs

$34.95 USD
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Product Features

  • Easy to mix, easy to pour
  • No unwanted leftovers - mix just what you need
  • 20 lbs of cement mix, 27 cups
  • Needs no reinforcement or sealant

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. New and improved, 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 for more colorful options. Each box contains 20 pounds of cement mix, or 27 cups.

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.

Garden stepping stone projects created by customers and donated to charity at Delphi's Mosaic Magic Event. Bench mold and pattern from "Tiffany Garden Benches".

How Much Cement Will I Need?
Use the stepping stone reference chart below provided by Diamond Tech Crafts to determine how much mosaic cement you will need. 

6" House Border Stone 5 Cups 12 fl. oz.
4" x 8" x 3" Door Stop 7 Cups 18 fl. oz.
8" Round 5 Cups 12 fl. oz.
8" Square 7 Cups 18 fl. oz.
8 1/2" Butterfly 9 Cups 22 fl. oz.
9" Heart 7 Cups 18 fl. oz.
12" Round 12 Cups 28 fl. oz.
12" Square 16 Cups 40 fl. oz.
12" Hexagon 12 Cups 28 fl. oz.
14" Round 16 Cups 40 fl. oz.
14" Heart 24 Cups 54 fl. oz.
2" Tree Ring (6 make a circle) 10 Cups 24 fl. oz.
16" Rectangle 10 Cups 24 fl. oz.
16" Triangle 8 Cups 20 fl. oz.
16" Square 27 Cups 68 fl. oz.
16" Hexagon 24 Cups 60 fl. oz.
18" Round 38 Cups 88 fl. oz.
18" Moonstone 27 Cups 68 fl. oz.
20" Address Stone 33 Cups 78 fl. oz.

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Pros : I have used to make bricks to form a border near my Florida home and have had no issues with deterioration, and it has been several years. I like to use colorant with this product.
Cons : Wish I could buy the same size box locally that I could get at Delphi.
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Pros : Mixes well and is reasonably priced
Cons : Hard to get all the air bubbles out of the mixture even following instruction. Does not flow well in the mold to fill all of the voids.
Other Thoughts : Does have a shorter curing time than concrete.
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Pros : Easy to work with
Cons : Most disappointing unpredictable product I've ever experienced. I question why Delphi still offers it. My perfect beautiful works of art have totally disintegrated in the garden into piles of mush. EVEN DELPHI MOSAIC specialists have had problems with this product. I would recommend avoiding this product at all costs unless you are prepared for heartbreak and frustration when you see your hard work and beautiful art become a pile of mud over time. So glad I didn't make a bench!
Other Thoughts : PS I followed directions to the detail and the stones were in my garden in a moderate climate for less than a year when they disintegrated.
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