Let your garden path have a beautiful pattern so that the road is no longer rigid!
DIY Path Floor Mould Maker fulfills your dream of decorating your own pathway & garden!
You can make a cement garden path in flawless patterns, smooth surface & even filling with these molds. Everything can be easily done - Just fill the mold with concrete, smooth surface, and remove mold and you're done!
DIY Path Floor Mould Maker is a paving mold used to make a cement (or red mud) garden path. Let your garden path have a beautiful patternso that the road is no longer rigid.
Durable Material: It is a reusable plastic mold for creating patterned walks, path, patios, sturdy and durable.
Suitable for gardens, meadows, balconies, villas and more.
Easy to Use: No special skills required. Just put the cement into the mold.
It can be used repeatedlyor multiple times at the same time until all the roads have been completed.
Easy to Clean:Just take out the mold before the concrete is solidified and clean it with water, it can be reused next time.
It is possibleto make roads of different colors, and it is only necessary to blend the cement inside into colored, without expensive equipment and laying costs.Save money, convenience, beauty, and practicality.
DIY Your Garden NOW!:This mold is designed for the garden-lovers, who want to create their own design decoration to make their gardens more beautiful. To give your pavement and yards some artistic sense.
HOW TO USE TO BUILD THE PATHWAYS
Step 1: Mix cement with water, according to package directions. When ready to use, the concrete will be the consistency of oatmeal and thick enough to hold an edge when you slice into it with a shovel.
Step 2: Fill the paver mold, scooping the concrete in with a shovel and making sure to fill each area.
Step 3: Using rubber gloves, spread the concrete around the mold, filling in any gaps or low points. Tap the mold with your hand to eliminate any air bubbles.
Step 4: Following the contours of the mold, smooth out the concrete, wiping away any excess.
Step 5: Allow the concrete to set for a maximum of five minutes, then carefully remove the mold. For the next stretch, rotate the mold a quarter-turn and place it beside the paver just completed, angling slightly if you're creating a curving pathway.
Step 6: After letting the concrete cure overnight, fill the cracks with dirt and wash away any excess. Wet the ground around the newly formed pavers to help them settle.
A: 30 x 30 CM
B: 40 x 40 CM
C: 36 x 36 CM
1 x Path Floor Mould
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Very easy to use and very good results. TIPS: Just make sure to giggle the mold well before lifting off to make sure the cement fills the mold and gives it smoother sides . Also when moving the mold press it very close the stones you just laid. Use normal quick setting cement. Pretty straightforward!
This mold worked great for us! Be sure to wash between uses to keep concrete from drying on it, and this will last thru many projects! This small form made it easy for my husband to start/stop the project, working just an hour or two after work when he had time.
Take a look at how gorgeous our driveway looks, All we did was follow the instructions that came with it. It is unbelievably easy to do, it might seem daunting but you just to have to have faith that it will turn out well. Im a mother of 2 and have no masonry skills whatsoever.
We have had this for quite a long time and it still looks good, I hose it down once in a while when the weather gets dry, concrete really stands the test of time.
I bought these in August of this year to make a walkway from my back porch to back fence gate. I finally was able to get to it this past weekend, after finishing my new fence. I really wanted a concrete walkway, as I can never get grass to grow by my gate to the ally. It also made for a nice mud hole after a good rain or snow. I definitely didn't want cheap pavers, so I thought a walkway using these would be perfect. I will definitely use these again. I'm sure I'll come up with another use for this...
My neighbors did their walkway using this. First, they did a practice square which didn't look all that good, but then they were ready to do their walkway and the walkway looked terrific! So now I am confident mine will turn out just as good. They did their 2ft x 20ft walkway in one day. The practice square was about 8 inches thick and that was too thick. I think that they went with 4 to 5 inches thick with a well prepared area.