Old Cloth and Concrete Wash = Flower Pots


Concrete Wash
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http://www.thehypertufagardener.com/oh-the-possibilities.../
This is the web site for further instructions. Sorry I can't add more but not use to this web site. I haven't made one yet so I can't fill in any of the cost.

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  • June
    on Dec 5, 2018

    Would Quick Dry cement do? Or is that the one that you used? Normally not so lumpy just open bag add water and go with it. Oh can you put a dye in it ?

  • Estelle
    on Jan 22, 2019

    Can i use quick dry cement and add colouring or paint it

  • Vickie Collier Newell
    on Apr 26, 2020

    I tried this and my results weren’t good. The cement flaked off of the fabric and they didn’t hold their shape. My mix: 2 parts Portland, 3 part sand, 2 parts water to get the consistency. Help please!

    • Cheryl Turner Zammit
      on May 15, 2020

      My understanding is all ingredients need to be the same = equal measurement. I would also omit the sand and substitute with vermiculite.

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  • Terri Kelley Davis
    on Mar 3, 2019

    Instead of towels I have used a sheet that I have cut into squares of different sizes. It looks great, I do need to sand the bottom to insure it maintains balance.

    • Vickie Collier Newell
      on Apr 26, 2020

      What was your mix? Mine didn’t hold its shape and the cement flaked off of the fabric. An old sheet was what I used.

  • PAM
    on Oct 30, 2019

    Cannot wait to try this. I have an old "Drop Cloth" that I am going to try this project on. It is a little heavier than a sheet and seems like it may hold up better. Will let you know the results!!!


    • Patricia
      on Nov 6, 2019

      Hi Pam, have you tried the old drop cloth, I have not tried any of the cement project as of yet, sure would like too one of these days, I live in an apartment. All the best to you.

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