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Posted on September 27, 2010 at 11:30am 5 Comments

Every time I do a project I seem to learn a hard lesson. The problem is with work being slow I'm not doing projects back to back and so I forget a lot of the dumb mistakes I have made in the past and seem to repeat them, or with my poor memory I am scared to forget this valuable knowledge I go on accruing. So I have decided to use my blog section of the site as a "Journal" of tips and tricks for myself and posterity. Its great because I don't have to write an actual journal, its online and in… Continue

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At 8:53am on October 30, 2011, concretepete said…

Hi Jacob,

Since I don't see them on the list, i assume the power blankets are gone - correct?  I may be interested in some of the Granquartz tables.  I am in Boulder

 

At 12:28am on August 27, 2010, Justin 2stone Brown said…
Jacob, I saw you were asking about fiberglass resources. There is a plethora of videos on youtube that are very informative. cheers.
At 4:17pm on August 12, 2010, Justin 2stone Brown said…
thank you for the compliments Jacob. they keep me going!
At 10:39am on February 23, 2009, Ian Dobin said…
Hey Jacob how's it going? You know that picture where you holding that counter over you head were you using smoke and mirrors? I'am doing my gfrc pieces at 1'' thick and they are still pretty heavy I guess its still concrete but It would be nice to carry a 8 foot piece to the truck and install it myself. How thin are you doing you tops and have you done any more experimenting ? Just to let you know I got some nano epa from Jason at urban elements and that sealer is like sealing concrete with liquid glass you should give it a try.
At 11:27pm on January 29, 2009, Stone and Tile Decor said…
On picture 3, refering to those "spots" - we're getting the same kind of thing with our surfaces, but it looks like it's from the melamine "blistering" and rising up slightly causing a depression in the surface when it does that. We have to fill them in afterwards...are yours coming from the same phenomena by any chance?
At 6:59pm on January 28, 2009, Ian Dobin said…
I have been using the famous Buddy Rhodes sealer . Its easy to work with but has minimal stain resistance . I just ordered some ue nano epa from Jason at Urban Elements sounds like its a good sealer . What about you? what are you using.
At 8:43pm on January 27, 2009, Ian Dobin said…
Hey Jacob , How did that big 40 square feet island turn out that you were doing ? I'am trying out my first gfrc this week . Any tips ?
At 11:53pm on November 16, 2008, wsdavies said…
We finished up the job in my pics not to long ago and are in the client color picking process part of another job right now. We already have it templated and the materials ordered so once they pick the final color we'll form up and pour. So, we're doing pretty decent...I'm working on getting more jobs in the pipeline. :)
At 11:14pm on November 16, 2008, jacobkoski said…
Carbondale is in Colorado.....also in illinois i think
At 7:10am on November 16, 2008, Boom Bechkowiak said…
Do you have photo of the result? Whereis Carbondale?
 
 
 

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