How to make Pavers with our Moulds

The moulds are prepared by coating them with a thin layer of release agent to stop the concrete adhering to the mould.
Concrete is mixed in accordance with the instructions on a cement pocket. The colour can be altered by adding oxides to the dry cement/sand/stone components.
After mixing your concrete correctly, fill the mould and agitate on a hard level surface to remove any air bubbles. The correct consistency should be that with a little agitation, the concrete will level itself in the mould, ie wet mix.
Cover with plastic to retain moisture until concrete has set and a fair amount of strength has been attained.
Once set, de-mould stone and cure the concrete by keeping stone moist and out of direct sun for 7 days.
The stones can now be laid (unless it is for a driveway in which case, 28 days are needed for the concrete to reach full strength before one can drive on it).
Once the stone is de-moulded, the mould can be cleaned and prepared with release agent for the next casting.

More Resources:

How to work out the Concrete Mix for your Mould.

How to work out what amount of Oxide to use.

How to use Mould Release Agent.

How to Lay Pavers.

How to Prepare Walls for Wall Cladding or Tiling.

Mould Cleaning Instructions.

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