Old Cloth and Concrete Wash = Flower Pots

Joy Bracewell
by Joy Bracewell
Concrete Wash

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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  • Estelle Estelle on Jan 22, 2019

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

  • Vickie Collier Newell 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!

  • Pat85980394 Pat85980394 on Jul 16, 2023

    What are the correct ingredients for this

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  • PAM 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 Patricia on Nov 06, 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.

  • LUIS TORRES LUIS TORRES on Aug 16, 2020

    what is the correct cement for this?

    I mixed kind of watery and it did not take,flaked.

    Then I mix a more solid and soaked it,let it sit for 10 minutes and still did not take, flaked.