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How to Make a Pre-Cast Concrete Counter Top Yourself

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Simple Steps for Making a Form and Pouring Your Own Concrete Countertop for Bathroom or Kitchen

Jeff Kuryluk and his company Concrete Encounter are featured in this video. You can email Jeff by clicking here.
For inspiring photos and links to products visit ConcreteNetwork.com and Buddy Rhodes Concrete Products
For classes and training check out the Concrete Countertop Institute.


I like the look, feel and durability of concrete counter tops. This video goes into considerable detail on how to make your own mold from readily available material, how to mix and pour the concrete and how to install the finished product on a standard bathroom vanity base. There are companies, like the one mentioned above, that will custom make a concrete countertop for you. However, it you have the do-it-yourself spirit and love the idea of trying this, then you'll find this video particularly helpful.

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