DIY Paving Mold
This DIY Paving Mold is design for DIY lovers, who want to decorate their garden path as they like, to give their pavement and yards some artistic sense. Is easy to use, no special skills required, even an inexperienced person can build a beautiful pathway.
Made of high quality rasin, just reusable and then you can use the board for a long time, just clean it with water after use and then you're good to go.
How to use this Concrete Paver Mold to build the pathways:
Mix cement with water, according to package directions. When ready to use, the concrete will be the consistency of oatmeal and thick enough to hold an edge when you slice into it with a shovel.
Fill the paver mold, scooping the concrete in with a shovel and making sure to fill each area.
Using rubber gloves, spread the concrete around the mold, filling in any gaps or low points. Tap the mold with your hand to eliminate any air bubbles.
Following the contours of the mold, smooth out the concrete, wiping away any excess.
Allow the concrete to set for a maximum of five minutes, then carefully remove the mold. For the next stretch, rotate the mold a quarter-turn and place it beside the paver just completed, angling slightly if you're creating a curving pathway.
After letting the concrete cure overnight, fill the cracks with dirt and wash away any excess. Wet the ground around the newly formed pavers to help them settle
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