How Do You Mix Crushed Glass In Cement?
Crushed glass adds a twinkle to your cement, and provides another aggregate to keep it solid. Proper handling and installation of the cement ensures the glass does not cut bare feet. Knowing how to mix the glass into the cement is the tricky part, though. It is important to get your cement-to-glass proportions correct and thoroughly mix the thick concoction. The finished product is an attractive and safe addition to any home. Pour your dry concrete into a wheelbarrow. For every pound of dry cement you use, throw two handfuls of glass into the mix. Ask an assistant to hold the wheelbarrow steady while you stir the cement with a strong shovel. Slowly add water to the dry cement mixture while an assistant stirs. Add water until the cement has a consistent texture similar to wet, thick mud. Pour your cement into your mold. Shake the mold to spread and mix the wet cement. This helps reduce air bubbles in the cement, and prevents shrinkage as the cement dries. Flatten the wet cement using a