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Old 06-02-2006, 06:14 PM   #15
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Hey, Wayne, I looked a little closer, it is like a cultured stone, no? Will you brush on a sealant so it doesn't absorb and stain?
I use cultured stone on clients homes, gates, etc. It's a good product. Menard sells the plastic mould for this if someone wanted to make their own, but, I'm sure it would be much heavier?

It's veddy cool looking, Wayne!
Well no it's not cultured stone, it comes in a bag, the overlay is about a 1/2 in. thick.
It's a lightweight cement product that is somewhat flexable. Wayne
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Old 06-05-2006, 04:55 PM   #16
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Wayne, there seems to be a lot of possibilities for this product! Any idea how it performs in sub zero temps?

Can you share where one may purchase this? It looks like something I'd love to get my hands into!

Your floor is going to be very nice. I just love it. I could totally see this in a lower level and thick area rugs over it.

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Old 06-05-2006, 05:50 PM   #17
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Wayne, there seems to be a lot of possibilities for this product! Any idea how it performs in sub zero temps?

Can you share where one may purchase this? It looks like something I'd love to get my hands into!

Your floor is going to be very nice. I just love it. I could totally see this in a lower level and thick area rugs over it.

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Go to ( Flex-C-ment.com ) Wayne
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Thanks, Wayne!
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Old 06-17-2008, 10:42 AM   #19
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Ah - this product looks very similiar to www.granicrete.com - which is also another concrete overlay system. I'm a certified installer and am picking up my 1970 Boler tonight, and had this exact same question about doing it to my own floor.

I do think I'll do my floor and post photos of it up here, I was also thinking about using the pattern up the stove area and cover that up as well....

you'll also see a Granicrete countertop in my scamp some day too

Weight - like the poster mentioned - the floor will be about 60lbs and I'll have a countertop that will be about the same.....

Photos as I start my project and finish them!

my site with more photos if anyone is interested - - still building
www.twincitiesgranicrete.com





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That floor ROCK!................get it rocks...anyone?

Great job!
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