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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing When 8850 Form Stamps

Instructions and Help about When 8850 Form Stamps

Music Applause Music Applause hi this is David Odell with Odell complete concrete this is part 2 video of this same job the first video showed the setup and the removal and a little bit look at the drawing that we're working off of so here we are day of pour we've got all our speed dowels in as you can see mounted to the sides of those forums we're gonna pour the band's today and that's going to be stamped concrete it's going to have a color hardener on there that color hardened we're gonna be using is a 50 500 psi and then we're going to be throwing a an antiquing color on top of that just before we stamp and that'll give it a two-tone effect here's our pumper out front all set up and we're starting getting it on right now I've got the cleanouts you've seen the clean outs there I got some blue tape over them the first video I didn't really show those brass collars going on but we're gonna show how they clean up at the end when we do the rinse those are sewer clean outs by the way they're kind of you don't really see them there now but um this I actually you know what I'm gonna have to take that back on that color hardener actually this this is a this colors mixed into the concrete this is a intrical mixture so this is a 3000 psi because that's the mix design we're using here and we're just going with some gray so it's pretty dark when it goes in just like any concrete goes in dark as it cures it gets a lot lighter you know we've got all those speed dials in the rebar we have two bars side-by-side in every band we've used some road base throughout the entire driveway the rebar setting on the speed down so that keeps it up off the ground and whenever is not on lifted up off the ground we just lift it up as we pour once that concrete goes under the rebar it doesn't go back down so they've got everything laid down in my little 10 inch wide walking edger pretty much knocks this whole thing out if after you edge both sides is that over let the overlap on the walking edge there's not a whole lot of finishing to do at this point the walking edge or pretty much gets you to where you want to be we have a thickened edge around this raised front porch area because we didn't want to add a base in there and bring up the grade because the native compacted soles you know like I said in the first day of much better they're not bringing basin and re compacting now on the jointing we're gonna be following the drawing of course we're just gonna separate these joints out make it even spacing on these bands now you always want to put your joints on the corners because that's where concrete's gonna want to crack is on the corners so you always have to cover those like that is there this concrete's been down about 45 minutes now and we've got it all laid down we've got our joints in there so you can pretty much walk away at this point or a couple up for an hour until you hit it again what you want to do is wait for all your bleed water to come out and when it looks a little bit non Shane service and that's when you want to hit it again with your trowel the type of jointer we're using here is 1/2 inch radius and it's 3/4 inch deep also I wanted to mention we're gonna be opening a patreon account and that's P a Treo n what that's gonna be is a lot of these videos are gonna be real similar in that as it is here on YouTube the only difference is there's gonna be some other features in there behind the scenes we're gonna do a little bit more detail stuff just for people that want to really learn this business and actually do it for a living possibly and this way it would kind of give you a better understanding of the whole process of doing these jobs from getting the job in the sales department all the way to advertising contracts the whole works so you may want to check it out now this rolled curb that that's what that is a rolled curb in the street there it's not an L curb that curb right there just a to form poor it's not like your typical L curb where you've got a 3/4 mint strip and face these are much easier to do and it's not really well done so I have to actually use my trowel on the side to try to keep a nice smooth radius also that roll curb there's free hand when you do that into a driveway like this so it's kind of up and down as well so I'm using the side of my trowel to make a nice straight line and keep it nice and flat as you go in in the hopes that someday when they tear out that roll curb that they can match my driveway and get it nice and straight at that point so here's the process now we just threw the antique reliefs on there and what that does is it adds a secondary color and it also prevents my stamps from sticking to the concrete now we're using a small random stone stamp so these bands will look similar to natural stone in in the concrete driveway we're going to pour next here's what it looks like after you pull your mats up now you just do a little hand work with your chisel just to finish out your lines.

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