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

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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 forms. - We're gonna pour the bands today, and that's going to be stamped concrete. - It's going to have a color hardener on there. - The color hardener we're gonna be using is a 500 psi. - And then we're going to be throwing 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 cleanouts 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 cleanouts, 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 colors mixed into the concrete. - This is an integral 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 dowels in the rebar. - We have two bars side-by-side in every band. - We've used...