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Old 04-15-2014, 03:42 AM
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Very nice. Tastefully executed and easy to see why no posts, too busy. The whole build is a credit to you. Congratulations.
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You got to be happy with that!!!! I'd be a happy man with a set up like that ...and be a able to say to all and sundry... Yes and I built it myself

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You got to be happy with that!!!! I'd be a happy man with a set up like that ...and be a able to say to all and sundry... Yes and I built it myself

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Thanks Dave, i sure am happy, and blessed. Really all credit should be given to my father, i couldn't thank him enough.
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V-wiz,
Your patio and oven is turning out great. I really like the light fixtures, they add a awesome rustic look.

Your counter tops, can you elaborate your on technic? I will be attempting mine soon and I really like your color along with the exposed aggregate. I hope my turns out as well.
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Thanks K, after pouring the concrete while wet we spread small pebbles on the top and worked it into the concrete. After its dry we grind the surface, stained and sealed. If you go back ive shown photos of the process
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Sorry I missed this post. Thanks for the response......I'm doing test pours at this time, hopefully I will figure it all out as I go. I looked back aways on your thread and did not stumble across the process you used. Can you give me a post number for the photos of the process?

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Sorry I missed this post. Thanks for the response......I'm doing test pours at this time, hopefully I will figure it all out as I go. I looked back aways on your thread and did not stumble across the process you used. Can you give me a post number for the photos of the process?

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It is post #79





We then sprinkled little peddles all over the slab, once we polish the concrete the pebbles should show up, hopefully they stay in place.



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