Walttools has taken over the manufacturing of RockMolds’ native Hawaiian stone texture skins for use in custom concrete texturing products. These unique, aggressive textures have been used to make faux rock, water features, stepping stones, custom paving and vertical stamping. Most recently, RockMolds skins were used in the new Patas monkey exhibit at Zoo Boise.
Walttools has also released a new coloring agent called Tru Tique. Tru Tique is a water-based antiquing color wash solution designed to provide a natural, two-tone mottled effect normally obtained by the use of colored release agents. Tru Tique works for coloring new surfaces or rejuvenating old textured surfaces. There are currently 16 colors.
Finally, Walttools has released a new flatwork line of its well-known Tru Tex rollers. The 18-inch Tru Tex Flatwork texture rollers are designed for concrete, overlays and microtoppings. This lightweight tool makes it easy to apply quick textures with little labor. The included bracket accepts small bull-float threads or a standard broom handle. Currently there are four textures — Travertine, River Slate, Flagstone and Pitted Granite.
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