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MaintenanceCast-in-place concrete is relatively low-maintenance. It can be stained by fruit-tree berries, pecan husks and other acidic plant materials if the material is left to decay on the surface of the concrete. It can also be stained by automotive oils. Pressure-wash your concrete thoroughly every year to keep it in great shape. You can seal small cracks with a flexible epoxy made to fill in concrete cracks. Shown A cast-in-place concrete patio with a large square scoring pattern.Read more:9 Landscape Paving Materials You Need to Know AboutTell us:What material have you used for your home’s paving and why? Tell us in the Comments below.
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June 27, 2013 VW Fowlkes wrote: concrete terrace - What is the finish on the concrete? is it broomed? Like 7 Comments Hide comments PRO Abramson Teiger Architects Sand finish Like Save June 27, 2013 at 3:49PM Laura Catto What integral color was used? Any other textures or washes? Or just the sand finish? Like Save October 18, 2016 at 10:06PM PRO Abramson Teiger Architects Standard sand finish. no color added Like Save October 19, 2016 at 7:45AM sillysquares did u use top cast? 1 Like Save December 10, 2016 at 1:36PM PRO Abramson Teiger Architects for interior yes. for exterior no