How To Make White Concrete | A Modern Builds Experiment
- Published on Jun 20, 2019
- How to make White Concrete for the best result in your DIY furniture projects. White concrete is something I've wanted to incorporate into my videos for a long time, but it's not readily available in most places and expensive to acquire online. The good news is that all the individual ingredients are locally available and super affordable. See best recipes below :)
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3 Parts Aggregate
2 Parts Sand
1 Part Cement
(I would use liquid fortifier for high traffic areas like countertops, but not on "non-heavy duty" projects like coffee tables.
USE REBAR or MESH REINFORCEMENT. For forms thicker than 1"
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Materials and Supplies:
White Portland Cement: thd.co/2IWCikS
White Sand: bit.ly/31L9OCZ
Pea Gravel: thd.co/2rawevY
White Gravel: amzn.to/2FkVgk8
Liquid Fortifier: amzn.to/2L554CC
3/4" Melamine: From Home Depot
Paste Wax: thd.co/2FgZOYL
Silicone Caulk: amzn.to/31Ob3lc
Grout Too (Chamfer): amzn.to/2IY3oYL
Fondit Tools (Roundover): amzn.to/2WTlKUs
Pocket Hole Jig: amzn.to/2FnUL8M
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