Notes to take to mix cement| Anthony’s Guide to Home DIY (feat. Uncle Sam)

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After demolishing all the loosen concrete, you can use the cement to repair the wall Notes to take to mix cement| Anthony’s Guide to Home DIY (feat. Uncle Sam) – with Deco-man. Visit https://www.deco-man.com/ for more DIY, decorating and design ideas!!

 

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In the last episode, we talked about how to demolish concrete.

After demolishing all the loosen concrete, you can use the cement to repair the wall.

Sam, is it difficult to repair the wall using cement?

It is not difficult at all. You only need to prepare three things.

Okay, we will explain it in detail later. 

Sam, what are the three things we need to prepare?

Firstly, we need to have sand, cement and water.

You can add a little bit of mortar admixture as well.

What is the mixing ratio for sand and cement?

The ratio is ¼ of sand to 1 cement.

What are the mixing procedures and order?

Put the sand first and then mix in the cement.

Then you can mix them up like “cooking”.

Mix until you see the mixture becomes light grey.

Make sure you mix the sand and the cement thoroughly. 

Yes.

Try to mix them as thorough as possible.

Okay, please check if this is alright.

It is fine. 

Make a hole in the middle.

Then add the water inside.

Add a little bit of mortar admixture.

Is it enough?

Yes. 

It is ready to use.

Do we need to mix them up until it become creamy?

As long as the mixture is like this condition. 

This steps for mixing cement are very simple.

In the next episode, we will talk about how to repair the wall using cement. 

Great!

Anthony Lau

Author: Anthony Lau

From the humble beginnings of a self-taught DIY lover to the Youtube DIY heartthrob, DIY Anthony has never stopped cultivating his art of do-it-yourself. Be it a scratched drywall or a leaky bathtub, he’s got it all under control with ten nimble fingers and a can-do attitude.

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