Has anyone got training DVD (Cheng,CCI,Gore)to sell? I will buy it back.

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There was never a Cheng DVD for gfrc, only wet cast traditional concrete mix. You can still buy those DVD off their website.

The Gore DVD is about 7 years old and those techniques have changed.

I think you would be better off searching through youtube. 



Urban West said:

There was never a Cheng DVD for gfrc, only wet cast traditional concrete mix. You can still buy those DVD off their website.

The Gore DVD is about 7 years old and those techniques have changed.

I think you would be better off searching through youtube. 


What is your opinion about paid CCI DVDs?

Take a look at this video...it's free and is fairly good...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TG0F7Qe4MzM&list=PLmKWue7jDcFK6...

I've never seen the CCI dvd.  But i've always found their website and youtube channel to be a great resource.

Brian Johns said:



Urban West said:

There was never a Cheng DVD for gfrc, only wet cast traditional concrete mix. You can still buy those DVD off their website.

The Gore DVD is about 7 years old and those techniques have changed.

I think you would be better off searching through youtube. 


What is your opinion about paid CCI DVDs?


Urban West said:

I've never seen the CCI dvd.  But i've always found their website and youtube channel to be a great resource.

Brian Johns said:



Urban West said:

There was never a Cheng DVD for gfrc, only wet cast traditional concrete mix. You can still buy those DVD off their website.

The Gore DVD is about 7 years old and those techniques have changed.

I think you would be better off searching through youtube. 


What is your opinion about paid CCI DVDs?

Thank you :)

Yes the CCI DVDs are worth the money.  I will say that this is like buying a car.  We all have our own unique styles and it is just like cars.  The Dodge has the Hemi so it that's what your looking for then better buy Dodge.  Buddy Rhodes is the master at the "Buddy Rhodes Pressed technique".  The Ben Ashey system has it's own thing and so on.   I feel blessed checking them all out and I got my own from points from all of them.  The best thing is to get as much info as you can and make your own style.  As you know there is not a " concrete counter top Bible".  Gather the info and play with it and see what works for you and stick with it.  Fisherstone has a really good mix listed here and sells the ingredients.  Never try to reinvent the wheel as your learning a new trade.  

I started making concrete counter tops before I had access to the internet.  I tried Cheng's mix but it didn't add up to a cubic foot.  I think I read every book about concrete ever written and took a lot of time to get it down to a science.  People keep telling me that small amount of concrete is cheap so I'm asking too much.  I tell them " you can buy a pallet for $5 or a Violin for $5000.  They have the same amount of wood."  It's all about the time it takes to make it what it is. 

Thank you all

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