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How To Easily Make A Beehive In A Jar DIY Project
Bees Hives, Ideas, Diy'S, Bee Hives, In A Jars, Gardens, Diy Beehive, Mason Jars, Honey Bees
DIY Gardening #19: Mason Jar Bee Hive
DIY beehive in a jar - creative idea for your backyard. The bees will pollinate your garden
mason jar bee hives How To Attract Honey Bees To Your Organic Garden : http://goo.gl/kPnNR7
This is so easy ans much more accessible than the fancy bee hives they sell at the fancy schmancy farm store downtown. I totally want to do this!!! DIY beehive in a jar http://alternative-energy-gardning.blogspot.com/2013/02/diy-beehive-in-jar.html
side of the house, where all the grass dies.
Walkways Ideas, Rustic Gardens, Wood, Gardens Paths, Garden Paths, Pallets, Pathways, Stones, Railroad Ties
This wonderful decorative rustic garden path uses old boards with stones in between create a wonderful patterned pathway.
Garden Path: Wood pallets and stones.
rustic garden path made from old beams, boards, or railroad ties with stones in between.
Front walkway idea - use pallet wood and already collected rocks
side of the house, where all the grass dies
How to Repair Cracked Concrete
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@Michael McCoy How to Repair Cracked Concete. #HomeImprovement #DIY #OneProjectCloser
How to Repair Cracked Comcrete
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Repairing cracked concrete diy
How to Repair Cracked Concrete. ************** which is used for repairing concrete, masonry and stucco. The mortar is polymer modified, rapid setting and features a “low-sag formula” which makes it ideal for vertical and overhead repairs. It’s important to know that this crack has not moved or expanded at all for the past 6 years. If there was any chance of movement, the appropriate product for this repair would be a flexible, polyurethane concrete crack sealant. Temperatures Fortunately temperatures here in Maryland are still above 32° F even at night. Otherwise the water (mixed with the dry mortar) would freeze and cause the repair to crack. If the temperatures are too low, pros often use accelerant to speed up concrete set time and insulating blankets to trap heat. During the hot summer months, pros use retarder to slow the set time. I don’t own any concrete tools. Instead, I used an old drywall knife and a grout float. I also grabbed a wire bristle brush and hammer. Step 1: Clean Crack I started this repair by cleaning the crack with my wire brush and removing any small, broken pieces. I used a broom to clear away any leftover debris. Step 2: Mix Repair Mortar I combined a portion of the 20 lb. bucket with warm water (speed up set time) until it was thoroughly mixed and a stiff, gel-like consistency. Step 3: Apply Mortar Before starting, I sprinkled some water over the concrete to wet the surface. Using my drywall knife I applied mortar to the crack and skim coated the rest of the face of the concrete. Much like painting, it’s easier to spot a partially repainted wall so I used the corners as transitions. Step 4: Tool Mortar I continued tooling the mortar after the initial set to achieve a smooth uniform look. As the mortar hardened, I switched to my grout float because I could apply heavy pressure and better round the corners. Step 5: Pulverize Old Concrete and Use on Transitions I used a hammer to pulverize a few chunks of concrete into a fine powder, and I lightly dusted the top edge where the repair meets existing concrete. My goal was to further hide the transition from new to old. Step 6: Allow to Cure Aside from ensuring the repair doesn’t dry too quickly during the first 24 hours, there are no special procedures to cure FastSet Repair Mortar. Finished Even with the warm water, the cooler temperatures slowed cure time. After 24 hours the mortar color was much lighter and it began to blend with the existing concrete. I used the wire brush again to smooth out a few places along the corner.
Faux Stone & Counter Space for Outdoor Grilling
Projects, Counter Spaces Ideas, Houses, Stones Counter, Faux Stones Grilled, Outdoor Living, Kitchens Pictures, Outdoor Kitchens, Outdoor Grilled Ideas
faux stone counter space for outdoor grillin'. For our house one day
Outdoor Kitchen Pictures | Beautiful Outdoor Living Spaces Ryan's next do-it-himself project? Lol
Faux Stone Grill
outdoor grill idea
Homemade weed killer