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Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Lundy Nov 21, 2011. 9 Replies

Thought this might be a nice little topic to bring to the forumA lady would like me to make some plant boxes for her garden. She wants them to become covered in organic growth in a relatively short…Continue

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At 4:27pm on February 8, 2012, patrick costello said…

hallo tom, i did polished concrete floors at the start then we found some people wanted us to do matching countertops and islands.we did a few nice jobs using the wet cast and exposing the aggregate to different degrees we added coloured glass to some units i was involved with another lad and he wanted to push on much faster than i did, so we parted company he is still busy however he is finding it difficult to survive. some people wont pay and others cant i think if you could produce some nice benches maybe outdoor barbeque countetops  or tables , street furniture ,i will check and see what sealers we used  i normally left the buying to the other lad so i didnt take a lot of interest in the brand we used Paddy

At 4:29pm on February 7, 2012, patrick costello said…

typed a half page pressed the send button dont know where it went, think i must have delieted it. i will start again. hallo tom. i have done a good bit in the wet cast,over the last few years, but i spent a day with james recently, and i am very anxious to start doing some grfci think it the way to go. i would like to do some nice designs in benchs etc maybe some street furniture i might call up your way some time if you are doing some of it. sometimes two heads a better than one.Paddy

At 11:44am on February 1, 2012, patrick costello said…

hi tom, called to see james gatehouse while i was in aus, he gave me your name, how is the concrete business going for you, i was polishing floors for a couple of years, hard to make a living out of it. gave it up  i am interested  in doing some countertops benches etc, are you using the glass reinforced concrete??   did you retrieve the turkey? Paddy

At 7:24am on January 15, 2012, AndyUK said…

Hi Tom,  Last time I bought some I paid £22.00/ 25kg from (though they said it was going up to £25 next time) . I weigh it into zipper-lock bags of 1kg, lasts for ages that way.

At 10:36pm on September 9, 2011, Tom O'Connell said…

thanks Tom if you turn the faucet around ,it can create a river effect


At 7:43am on August 29, 2011, DavidC said…

Hey Tom,


Xylexin is still our finish of choice for a client. It has proven (in an anecdotal manner) to be very tough and stain resistant. I just purchased a depth gauge so can't speak about thickness yet, but next application. I also plan on making several samples for stain testing trials.


What I've found in the field is that it will scratch, but they can be buffed out or recoated easily. It hasn't allowed a stain yet, more deliberate testing is on the way however.


Privately, I have developed a preference for a penetrating sealer and wax. It just looks sharper to me.


Good Luck



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