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Re: Pouring Ground Slab - how many hours does it take?

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Posted by Rado (211.29.254.20)

In Reply to: Pouring Ground Slab - how many hours does it take? posted by Larry

Larry,
To pour the slab and finish it by myself takes me whole afternoon, the mixing concrete and concreting leveling job for about 3 hours -> then waiting for concrete to set to finish smoothing and round edging. 80lb (36kg) I use similar small mixer. Start in the morning rather if you do it for first time. Main is not to mix the concrete too wet so add water in small amounts. Also don't stop this little mixer when full - not good for its gears to start with heavy bowl. Have lunch ready for the time when waiting before smoothing (about 2 hours brake it depends on weather.) Smoothing and bullnose edging takes about 30 minutes only. When you finish cover it to protect from strong sun, and next day sprinkle water on several times.r

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