8 sander dust bag Outdoor Design Photos

Maple Leaf Custom Homes
3 Reviews
Country House
Ideabooks4,234
Questions9
We applied the first coat on the raw wood, sanded lightly with an orbital sander and 100 grit sandpaper, then applied the second coat. We just did a very
installation do you wait before sanding and staining the deck? Also, what type sander do you use?
stone is Citadel French Country; High bond cream colour for mortar; Old Mill Bagged Joint; Indiana limestone as cap/sill plate. Hope that helps. Thanks, Brian
“gray color and lights” — denise0314
Coates Design Architects Seattle
25 Reviews
Green Lake
Ideabooks14,636
Questions20
to look into Gator Polymeric Stone Dust since its meant for gaps up to 4" but my husband and I feel the Stone Dust looks more like a grout and we like
like the look of loose stone/rocks instead. We brought a few bags of small 3/8 river stone and we put that between some of the gaps to get an idea. we love
“Neat and clean look” — myacoe
AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mod. Kensington
Ideabooks688
Questions1
center of concrete paver) Step 4) fill form with regular grey concrete (conc. bags ok) and fill form to top (conc. shrinks). Level with wood trowel. Run edger
CH-320 Golden Sandstone Color Hardener. Step 6) If color test sample is ok, dust apply white cement-color hardener mix powder (1/8"-1/4" thick) evenly over
“along fenceline as screen” — Gardenworkz Designs
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AFLA-Landscape Design
10 Reviews
Mod. Kensington
Ideabooks774
Questions0
CH-320 Golden Sandstone Color Hardener. Step 6) If color test sample is ok, dust apply white cement-color hardener mix powder (1/8"-1/4" thick) evenly over
center of concrete paver) Step 4) fill form with regular grey concrete (conc. bags ok) and fill form to top (conc. shrinks). Level with wood trowel. Run edger
“plyteles” — Giedre Zel
www.KarlGercens.com
Country Estates
Ideabooks5,499
Questions6
around arid plants. It's sold by the cubic yard.Cost: DG is sold by the bag for around $3 if you simply need to add to or fill in a small area, or by
Crusher Dust Path
“Love the planting” — Emmy Butcher
Stout Design-Build
Landscape Design - Build
Ideabooks3,378
Questions4
to look into Gator Polymeric Stone Dust since its meant for gaps up to 4" but my husband and I feel the Stone Dust looks more like a grout and we like
like the look of loose stone/rocks instead. We brought a few bags of small 3/8 river stone and we put that between some of the gaps to get an idea. we love
to look into Gator Polymeric Stone Dust since its meant for gaps up to 4" but my husband and I feel the Stone Dust looks more like a grout and we like
like the look of loose stone/rocks instead. We brought a few bags of small 3/8 river stone and we put that between some of the gaps to get an idea. we love
“For parking strip” — ivmalu
Greico Designers/Builders Dallas
1 Review
Greico Designer Builders Dallas
Ideabooks4,288
Questions3
to look into Gator Polymeric Stone Dust since its meant for gaps up to 4" but my husband and I feel the Stone Dust looks more like a grout and we like
like the look of loose stone/rocks instead. We brought a few bags of small 3/8 river stone and we put that between some of the gaps to get an idea. we love
“Layout of grass and bricks” — sundaysgirl
Jeffrey Gordon Smith Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Bonifield Residence
Ideabooks5,567
Questions5
We have oyster shell and glass dust for Bocci ball courts!
to leave the lawn darts in the garage, everything else is fair game. Bean Bag and Washer Toss have seemed to be quite popular lately, but it may be nice
“Bocce court that can double as open space” — chrisdube
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