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color problem

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Bull nose edge.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Henry Fehr Jun 9, 2016. 2 Replies

silica sand and regular sand

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At 11:24pm on November 20, 2010, Tommy T Cook, AKA The Gnome said…
Hey Henry, no videos yet, but maybe something in the future. I will also be doing little classes here and there. They may be more affordable. We will stay in touch, and something will work out!
At 7:46pm on August 25, 2010, Curt Pieper said…
Hey Henry,

The total length of a panel is about 10'. The panels are about 5" thick with 3 horizontal #4 rerods and 3 vertical #4 rerods. I put bent #5 rerods in the top for lifting. You can see them in the picture if you look close enough.
At 11:58pm on May 5, 2010, Tommy T Cook, AKA The Gnome said…
call me any time, and I will fill you in on the plastacine.

Tommy 206-349-6403
At 12:45pm on November 18, 2009, John Ellis said…
Henry, I saw you commented on Chris Franzen's color blending. He uses a eco friendly waterbased stain called EcoStain by Surecrete. There is a technique to getting the marbled effect using darker colors over the lighter color. You would use a cleaner they call SCR. It is acidbased and can remove the waterbased acid in areas leaving a great marbled look. I have done it alot on most of my project.
At 3:16pm on November 12, 2009, Johnny Roybal said…
Hey Henry,thanks.Its acid staining,I started of with a light color stain.I do the wet on wet method and it gives it flow.then I used another color in a spray bottle and worked my way around the top spraying it at an angle wet on wet.The colors were toasted almond,Terra cotta, Forrest green.
At 9:41pm on November 2, 2009, Kyle Baer said…
Thanks Henry I'll let you know how it works out.
At 9:16pm on November 2, 2009, Kyle Baer said…
Henry, How did you get the look of that vanity piece. It looks great I have a costumer interested in a similar look. I would appreciate any advice.
Thanks,
Kyle
At 8:04am on September 25, 2008, Roger said…
Hey Henry thanks complement, as for our mix we make our own and in the past year we switched to GFRC, are you doing bag, your own, or GFRC mixes?
At 10:36am on September 1, 2008, Rodger Marsh said…
Henry,
the forms for the 3" bullnose are from pacific formliner. they are a super flexible foam the is reuable a few times. when you anchor off the foam your steps are 5 1/2" risers less than 1/2" 90 on the top of the foam (you'll see what i mean when they are in front of you) to anchor off the form attach to your riser either 2x6 or laminated plywood 4(3/8" layer) work great on tight corners. to anchor use 16d galvinized finish nails or smooth ones and nail through they lower part of the form and through the top part i told you to ingore. pull your stakes and leave a trowel thickness under them for ease of removing. pull the 2x6 first from the foam and then careful of the nail through the liner.
timing is cristical. too early the nosing will calapse and too late no stamp. you can also butter up a quick skin coat while everything is wet and use polymer and not water the poly is the glue that will bind the ch to the cement. put stealth fiber in your mix i use both the stealth and rigid for added strength and torch em later. if you get a cracked section complete all your detail and put the foam piece back into it over night at the fibers will grab the piece and hold it there when the concrete shrinks and retouch with color hardener.
don't waste your time or money on steigmeyer. after each use wash off and or quick touch with a pressure washer before you go home they average about 50 a 9' piece where i am. i also tried the abs too just too much silcone and back bracing so would flex. and then steig no reusing and wasted money. also you want to vibrate real quick when after you screed off the steps for your almost final pass this will push it into the bullnose and you can also hand pack it with a mag float and no bigger than a 3/8" aggr in the mix you want all the cream possible. goog luck and let me know if you have trouble practice step or two at your house and youll see what is mean
At 12:22pm on August 25, 2008, andrew NOBLE said…
Hey Henry where are you getting that pink foam that you use for voids and knockouts?
 
 
 

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