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How to Mix Broken Glass & Ceramic Cement for Countertops

by Jourdan Townsend
Many people without construction experience confuse the words "cement" and "concrete." Cement is a pure masonry product often used for cast decorative items due to its smooth finish. However, it is too weak on its own for countertops. For this reason, it is mixed with aggregates to add strength and ...
Brandi Moritz
Brandi Moritz • 1 year ago

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