Describes the methods, materials, tools, and equipment used in concrete, masonry, or brick work and shows how to do numerous home improvement and repair jobs using both simple and sophisticated techniquesAny cavities such as tie-rod holes should be filled unless they are to remain unfilled for decorative purposes. Also, honeycombed areas must be repaired and stains cleaned to present a concrete surface of uniform color. ... Samples should be applied in an inconspicuous location, perhaps a basement wall, several days in advance to determine the most suitable proportions of white and gray cements.
|Title||:||The complete concrete, masonry, and brick handbook|
|Author||:||Jeannette T. Adams|
|Publisher||:||Chapman & Hall - 1979|