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Decorative Concrete Techniques - A New Way to Throw Concrete Color Release

Throwing color release with a brush on decorative concrete.
With an outward flick of the wrist away from your body, cast the release out on the slab; just like your casting out a line to catch that big fish.

Throwing Release with a Brush
How many times have you wished there was a better way to throw the powder release agent down before stamping... besides by the handful? Well, here's another way.

Use a tampico mason's brush or cement-koter brush; the type of brush used for applying cementious slurry coats. Use it like a scoop and heap the release on the brush right out of the pail. With an outward flick of the wrist away from your body, cast the release out on the slab; just like your casting out a line to catch that big fish. Watch where and how the release lands; with a little practice you'll be casting like a pro. And who knows... maybe you'll even want to do a little fishing when your done!

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