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Cinder block walls

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Strike the joints with a rubber mallet or sledgehammer. This will help to solidify the bricks in place. Do this shortly after checking the mortar to make sure it has hardened somewhat, but not completely.[16] If you choose to use a sledgehammer, be sure to use one that is 2 pounds (0.91 kg) or less. Rubber mallets tend to produce more consistent results with less chance of causing damage. Strike the horizontal joints first using gentle pressure. Then strike the vertical joints gently. Scrape ...

Whether you're building a retaining wall or just need some extra privacy, a cinder block wall is an affordable way to get the job done. Once you've got your base set up, it just takes some finesse in building the wall up and turning...

We spruced up our dark and scary basement bathroom and now it's not too bad...I'm calling it "Cinder Block Chic" ;-) [media_id:2391270] Here's the deal with the…

We spruced up our dark and scary basement bathroom and now it's not too bad...I'm calling it "Cinder Block Chic" ;-) Here's the deal with the bathroom; it's u…

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Cinder blocks may be just the right material that you need, but painting them is no easy matter. Cinder block is porous, so you will need to prepare it accordingly. After a few simple steps the cinder block will be ready to assume any color you want, from magenta to eggshell.