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Quikrete

Model 692134

Internet #202092128

Store SKU #241658

European Stone WalkMaker

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

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Quikrete European Stone Walk Maker is a durable, plastic form designed for making your concrete projects easy. Simply fill the form with concrete and remove to have decorative and functional pavers for your outdoor projects. Quikrete European Stone Walk Maker can be used to make walkways and patios. For an additional decorative touch, add one of 5 Quikrete 10 oz. Liquid Cement Colors to the concrete before filling form.

  • Durable plastic construction
  • Partitioned design allows easy laying of concrete and is removable to let your concrete dry
  • Used to create a custom walkway, path, patio or courtyard
  • Reusable design allows you to build multiple outdoor living space surfaces
  • Adds a decorative touch to almost any outdoor concrete project

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where in mass. do they sell europeon walkway molds

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Please call or visit your local Home Depot. If the QUIKRETE® Walkmaker® - European Stone is not a regularly stocked item, they may be able to special order it for you.
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what is the name of the material that is used to fill the cracks of the quickrete walk forms?

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Many customers prefer the appearance with no filler. QUIKRETE All-Purpose Sand can be used to fill the cracks of the QUIKRETE Walk-Maker. If a more permanent material is desired, QUIKRETE PowerLoc Jointing Sand can be placed in the cracks, OR, for a very rigid filler, QUIKRETE Sand Topping Mix or Mortar Mix may be used. If one of the latter three products is used, be sure to remove ALL sand and dust from Read More
Many customers prefer the appearance with no filler. QUIKRETE All-Purpose Sand can be used to fill the cracks of the QUIKRETE Walk-Maker. If a more permanent material is desired, QUIKRETE PowerLoc Jointing Sand can be placed in the cracks, OR, for a very rigid filler, QUIKRETE Sand Topping Mix or Mortar Mix may be used. If one of the latter three products is used, be sure to remove ALL sand and dust from the top of the concrete (using a broom and / or a leaf blower) before misting, or any remaining material may harden on top of the concrete. Read Less
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Beats the heck out of pavers, making forms I bought this in the store for the same price as advertised on-line. There are good directions included and the form is made of quality materials that will last. I made a path for my neighbor that was 16 feet long - so she could use her motorized wheelchair. I started at 4 pm and finished at 9 pm. This included digging out the grass, leveling the ground, and mixing and pouring the concrete. The hardest part of this project was lifting and mixing 80 lb bags of concrete. 1 bag of concrete is used per mold. Advice: rinse mold off between pourings, have a good float to smooth the surface of the concrete before removing the mold and mix the concrete on the wetter side - be careful though, too wet and it'll lose its strength. We got one batch pretty slushy and I was surprised it still held it's form when the mold was removed. If you mess up, it's easy to put the mold back on the concrete and fix the error. Also, have the Advil and a hot shower ready for when you are finished! May 24, 2012
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