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Professional Mold Cleaning for Concrete Casters by BackYardBuilder
Cleaning Latex Molds
Planning to use a hammer and chisel to clean a fiberglass mold? Be very careful. It will work, but if you happen to miss - you can crack or chip the glass. (It's not impossible to repair, but it will require a lot of work.) Here's how the high ...
What kind of paint do I use to paint concrete lawn ornaments? by Vale
Credit for this post goes to Angela. After the statue has cured, wet it with water. Make sure to water down your base coat also, (an acrylic latex exterior flat paint is the best). Next, cover your statue and allow it to dry. Then take the same ...

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by BackYardBuilder - 1 day ago
Are you interested in selling "Boy with Pigeon" ? Mia and her husband Robert were good friends of ours. Please advise asap
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by BackYardBuilder - 2 days ago
use dish washing soap on the outside of your latex mold this will help you slip the mold of. after that just patch the holes with some wet plaster mix. if you have cast them in plaster. ...
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This marking is on the bottom of a tiger sculpture that appears to be bronze. Can you help identify this?
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