Concrete Coatings Inc makes a stampable overlay in both white and gray mixes (http://concretecoatingsinc.com/stamp_tek_stampable_overlay.html). It has fiber in the mix and feels kind of granular, but it holds texture well and works pretty well in shower applications. We made a great barn-wood sample for our last home show display with it. (You have to use a VAE primer or it'll delaminate -- http://concretecoatingsinc.com/duraset-vae.html )
All the other showers I do, have either used their G-100 grout & modifier or Tru-Pak.
thanks Jeff for the recipe. going to give it a try tomorrow. damn, the things you learn on this forum,
I LOVE IT!!!!!
Hey dion, look on concrete solutions web site and look into polymer overlay specs. It gives you overlay recipes. I believe they are for horizontal, but with adding less water the will prob work well. They take stamps well. Also like Chris said, sbc mix is 1 part cement and 1 part #60 silica sand, and 1 part #90 silica sand and polymer. Thats all thats in bryans mix. Works great. Fly ash would help to slow it down and make it stickier. Just my opinion.
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