Apply four or five coats to the surface of your stepping stone for maximum protection. Wait 48 to 72 hours after the last coat to give the sealant time to fully dry before placing the stepping stones in the ground.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long after pouring concrete can you put furniture on it?
Once the concrete is poured the curing process begins immediately. To protect your new slab and ensure an exceptional finished product you should wait 24 hours for foot traffic (including pets), 10 days to drive light vehicles or add furniture, and 28 days for heavy pick-up trucks and RVs.
When can I remove forms from concrete patio slab?
Many concrete professionals remove the forms the day after the pour is completed. However, forms can be removed as soon as the concrete exhibits enough strength not to crack as the forms are pulled away. This is sometimes done on large projects where forms are reused in another part of the pour.
How far apart should stepping stones be?
You'll want to space your concrete stepping stones in such a way as to accommodate the average human's stride. Spacing them 24 inches on center is just about right for most people.
When do you start using stones in landscaping?
MARCH 2012. In landscaping, stones are gradually being used to replace concrete, as it is a natural landscape element of great versatility. This has been proving from the study of the ancient Japanese culture in which stones where used in gardens as sculptures, boulders,
How long do concrete paving stones last for?
Concrete pavers are crafted to last a lifetime. Even if a single paving stone (or group of stones) cracks or chips, it can simply be replaced, which means the overall installation could last for future generations of your family to enjoy.
What to know before pouring a concrete patio?
Things I Wish I Would Have Known Before Pouring My Concrete Patio 1 It’s easy to mix concrete so it’s too wet; 2 Concrete cures much quicker during hot weather — too quick sometimes; 3 Concrete slabs crack unless you go all out to prevent and control those cracks; 4 If something is worth pouring, it’s worth using reinforcing fibers in the concrete.