barn. Saturday , February 18th , 2017 - 04:09:05 AM
Curing The Concrete: Another of the most important steps to pouring concrete is the curing process. This step increases the strength of the concrete which is important if you are using your large shed to roll heavy equipment or cars on. The trick to properly curing concrete is to slow the moisture from leaving the concrete. About 12 hours after the pour spray the surface with a light mist of water and then cover the concrete with plastic. This keeps the water from evaporating. After a few days you can remove the plastic and seal the concrete surface with a quality sealing spray. This will help keep moisture inside the concrete during the month long curing process. If you are in a hurry to build your shed using your 16x20 shed plans you may want to get onto the concrete long before it is fully cured. It is typically ok to walk on poured concrete 24 hours after pouring and you can start framing on it but be careful because it is still soft enough to scratch.
Over the next few days which passed, Bill made up his mind to join the gym, just 3 days a week.
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