"The DfW area has begun in the verticle stone application. The need for more artists is in demand. I am very happy to see this subject come up, as I have been trying to get a group together in order to take it to another level. If…"
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Thanks for the comments.I used my normal grey vertical mix as a base.I make my own mix(call me 209-406-7046).The colors are Flex-C-Ment liquid and acid in some joints.3 days of work.I did not regrout just handcarved and minipulated.
Thanks Victor, the guy from Waco never called back. Guess he changed his mind. Oh well. It is pretty slow down here but I have faith. Work is coming and I mean good work. I am spending time making new samples. New ideas that have been in my head. I will post them when I finish.
Victor yes we can make any size edge form you want. Any style. The only exception is the chiseled edge. We hand chisel our edges when needed. Also the stone edge can be applied to any of the edge designs. I will try to make a promo video of a finished shower wall this week if time permits and post it soon. The class went real good thanks for asking.
Hi Victor. The Epoxy is heat resistant up to 500 degrees. I have no idea what Bryna class is. I use a 10,000 psi overlay that is mixed with just water. I use a different mix when I overlay floors or walls, that overlay is a 8000 psi mixed with a 2/1 water/poly. This stuff is very thin, around a 1/8 inch on the counters. That is with 4 coats of concrete and one coat of epoxy.