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Re: [hostapix] I need help filling a trough

Betty, try a mortar dye, you should be able to buy at brick yard.
That is what we used.  It doesn't take much, about 1/4 tsp. per
batch, experiment with it to get the color you want.
Sam I Am

I don't know if it would help, But you can use a concrete bonding agent which
is also a strengthener/hardener.
It does make the set up time a bit less...all hardware stores get it.  I get
mine at Home Depot or Lowes. I do buy it by the gallon.  The hardest thing
for me was trying to find condrete coloring agents.


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