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Garden concrete turtle stepping molds Features:
The mould is made of ABS plastics and can be used for casting gypsum and concrete.
A mold can produce many turtles to arrange garden paths.
Every concrete turtle you make can be sold easily, making it a very profitable mold.
Fill the mould with cement mortar, compact (ensure that all voids are filled) and smooth, and remove the model after the mortar is dried.
These concrete turtles are suitable for lawns, parks, gardens, beaches – you can walk or as a landscape.
They are very durable.
1. Due to the different monitor and light effect, the actual color of the item might be slightly different from the color showed on the pictures. Thank you!
2. Please allow slight measuring deviation due to manual measurement.
1 X Tortoise Path Maker Mold
Very exciting to make!
Best result so far was mortar-stucco mix, accidentally bought mortar-stone last trip. But seem to turn out the same! We love making them! My hubbie wanted more so he can produce several and faster. I offered to give one to our friend, but he won’t part with any. Lol! We added stones to a couple and I’ve been painting some
Tips on making these
The legs, head, tail must be reinforced. I cut chicken wire and one of them wasn’t long enough and his leg broke. Also I oil the mold before pouring
Great turtle mold
Great turtle mold. I wish it came with some instructions on how much concrete to use. I also sprayed it with cooking spray and wiped it with a paper towel. The turtle came out great. The mold is very sturdy and easy to use.
mold has great detail
This mold has great detail of turtle and is very durable. Am anxious to start my new garden pathway. Only problem is that I have never done this before, and there are no directions. Such as, (1) do I need to spray it with something like Pam oil, to make the cement stone, come out of the mold easier? (2) How long do I leave the cement in the mold, before I dump it out or let it stay in the mold until it dries? I was wanting to be able to let my family write there names on each stone, in my garden. (3) Is there a limit on how many times the mold can be used? I really need to know these answers, before I can even get startedl. Haven’t been able to use yet, so can’t answer the rest of your survey such as value for money, sturdiness, and easy to use. Thanks.