Building a Pathway with QUIKRETE Walkmaker
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A garden pathway makes a beautiful addition to your yard, but laying one from stone or brick can take a lot of work. The Quikrete Walkmaker®, uses a form to allow you to pour your own concrete walkway which has the look and feel of stone or brick.
Watch this slideshow to find out how to go about constructing a pathway in your yard. When working with cement-based products, always wear eye protection and waterproof gloves.
- Step 9: Freshly placed concrete should be water cured for a minimum of 3 to 5 days with a fine water mist. TIP: Water curing can be eliminated by applying QUIKRETE Acrylic Concrete Cure & Seal immediately after finishing the concrete. Acrylic Cure & Seal can be applied with a roller, garden sprayer or a brush.
To find out more, visit www.quikrete.com.
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