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Quikrete

Model 692132

Internet #202092153

Store SKU #532275

Country Stone Walk Maker

$15.72 /each
  • Creates a natural cobblestone look
  • Makes walkways, patios and sidwalks
  • 2ft x 2ft plastic mold

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Quikrete Country Stone Walk Maker is a building form used to help create walks, patios and courtyards. Its unique design allows the user to easily create a number of different concrete projects; simply fill the form with mixed concrete. Quikrete Country Stone Walk Maker is made of durable plastic which allows for long time use and lightweight functionality.

  • Creates walks, patios and courtyards
  • Requires 80 lb. concrete mix
  • Designed for use with Quikrete crack resistant concrete mix
  • Reusable
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Can I add pebbles for a cobbled look?

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April 6, 2014
After pouring concrete into mold, is it okay to add pebbles for a cobbled look or does this not work for this type of concrete mix?
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November 18, 2014
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The directions say you can, but I have not tried it. It looks to me like the pebbles would leave a void because of the design of the form.
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April 14, 2014
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Yes, you may press pea gravel into the surface of the concrete after pouring it into the mold, while the concrete is still damp, but after it has reached initial set (approximately one hour after concrete has been placed). It is best to embed the pebbles 2/3 deep.
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April 7, 2014
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Hello novice,
You can in fact add pebbles to the concrete. You will want to allow the concrete a small amount of time to firm up before adding them to the mold. If the concrete is too liquid the pebbles will sink in, too firm and they wont take hold. I recommend doing a small test batch to see at what rate the concrete dries in your area and using that information to get the timing down. Best of luck on Read More
Hello novice,
You can in fact add pebbles to the concrete. You will want to allow the concrete a small amount of time to firm up before adding them to the mold. If the concrete is too liquid the pebbles will sink in, too firm and they wont take hold. I recommend doing a small test batch to see at what rate the concrete dries in your area and using that information to get the timing down. Best of luck on your project and I hope this information is helpful.
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Chris
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For somewhat of a beginner, is this method faster or easier than using premade pavers to make a patio?

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Albuquerque, NM
May 10, 2013
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It's easier, but slower. It takes time for the concrete to cure enough to take up the form before you can pour another.
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May 20, 2013
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Utilizing the QUIKRETE Walk-Maker requires approximately one bag of QUIKRETE concrete to be mixed for each form. Without a concrete mixer, this requires labor. However, it is more economical to utilize the QUIKRETE Walk-Maker as compared to pre-made pavers.
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May 13, 2013
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Hi Casd91, premade pavers are diffidently faster. However not as fun or giving you the ability to make your own. To some this is allowing them to use their creativity. Hope this answered your question.
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The 80 lb bag says it will cover a 2x2 ft area with a depth of 4" so wouldn't the bag fill two forms because the form is only 2" deep ?

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January 10, 2013
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The extra depth makes each piece a single 2' x 2' unit. My first use was done by pouring the form on a flat surface, creating individual stones. It worked well enough for a walking surface, but the stones tended to shift and wash out when it rained. In the future I will be pouring in place, with the extra depth. It should be more stable, and strong enough to use as a driveway for a car.
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January 14, 2013
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The 80 lb. QUIKRETE Concrete Mix reflects that one bag would be required for a slab that is 2 square feet (i.e. 1 foot x 2 feet), and 4 inches thick. Because the form is double the footage (2 feet x 2 feet = 4 square feet) but half the thickness (2 inches), each form will require an 80 lb. bag.
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January 10, 2013
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Hi Herbtea, yes one would think you could get two forms complete with one 80 pound bag. I had reached out earlier to the quikrete technical folks, and they told me one form for one 80 pound bag. I would go ahead and try and see if you can get two complete forms finished.
However you might end up with one form stronger than the other as it is hard to divide the aggregate into equal parts.
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If using the mold along a wall, what would you recommend to use for filling the voids along the edge of the wall?

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You can use concrete mix for the voids.
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August 12, 2016
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The space between the existing wall and the pavers made with the QUIKRETE® Walk Maker® form should be filled with material that will allow movement without impacting the wall and the pavers. Please call the QUIKRETE® Technical Center at 1-800-282-5828 to discuss your project further to determine the most suitable product for your application.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cobble stone paver easy to use "extremely durable and looks marvelous after finished September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Concrete stamp Works Great. Just what my contractor wanted. Narcie was terrific and very professional. August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by worked ok. . Use a 60 pound bag of concrete instead of the 80 they recommend. it worked well but more time consuming than I expected. It took longer to touch up the edges and smooth the surface of each block than it would have to screed an equal size slab. One plus is that you can do part of the project at a time. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by makes a nice surface that looks good I got mine from a friend who was moving. So far I have done a porch and wide walkway from the driveway. My next project will be the driveway itself. It's easy to use, and by mixing just one section at a time, I can manage all the work. I'm 72 years old, and enjoy the sense of accomplishment as well as the finished results. And, the neighbors admire the results. It's an ideal way to create a unique look with little effort. I would recommend it to anyone with an interest in covering nearly any size or shape area in the typical yard. I am planning to buy one more to speed up the construction process November 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cool way to make a patio This product and a few days of work gave my family a wonderful patio area. You can add color the pavers really easy. I was able to make a 12x12 patio in four days. You just level out the area as best as possible and then start mixing the concrete for the molds. January 25, 2012
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