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Quikrete Walkway Patio

Quikrete Walkway Patio - How to Make a Quikrete Walkway or Patio Making a custom concrete walkway or Patio takes some time and effort but the end results look professional. The materials needed are minimal and allow for you to take your time and create a visual appealing outdoor space.

How to Make a Quikrete Walkway or Patio

Easy do it yourself project on how to make a Quikcrete walkway or patio, it takes some time and effort but the end results look professional. The materials needed are minimal and allow for you to take your time and create a visually appealing outdoor space.

You will need a Quikrete walk maker (choices below), QUIKRETE Concrete Mix, Quikrete Liquid Cement Color (optional), wheelbarrow and trowel.

There are several walkway and brick forms that you can purchase.
Quikrete Walkway Maker #1

Quikrete Walk Maker #1

This mold is wonderful for making walks, patios, courtyards, and terraces. With no special skills required.

 



 

How You Do It:
1.) Fill the molds with concrete,.
2.) Smooth the surface, and remove mold.
3.) Takes only minutes to complete a 2′ x 2′ section.

Each mold section takes one 80 lb. bag concrete mix to fill.

Quikrete Walk Maker #2 

 

Quikrete Walk Maker #2 This mold makes excellent patios. The finished patio pictured is 12×16 in size and took 48 times filling the molds.

If you wish to add Quikrete Liquid Cement Color they do come in many different colors.

Random Cobblestone Mold 

 

Random Cobblestone Mold  Create a stone walkway or patio in an afternoon! It’s super-fast and super-easy with this terrific, tough, recycled plastic mold.

 

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Three simple steps:
1) Pour quick-set concrete into the mold on any relatively flat surface.
2) Smooth with a trowel.
3) Wait one minute, lift mold and move on.


It is really is that easy! Try it yourself to achieve the desired look you want.

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