In the past, imprinted
concrete was usually limited to a mason scoring a flagstone-like
design freehand, or embedding sticks, leaves and even coffee cans
into the surface to achieve a desired effect.
leading edge of concrete is a process called pattern-stamping.
process involves "stamping" or "impressing" three dimensional
patterns into colored concrete with special stamping tools. When
the stamping is complete, the product is then sealed, highlighting
the colors and providing greater stain and weather resistance. The
result is a surface that combines the beauty of masonry with the
durability of concrete.
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