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    Yes, that's excellent looking, nice job.

    Will Schultze

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    Update: Unfortunately, the concrete was too cold (40+ degrees) when I applied the RubberizeIt which caused over 50% of it to not cure correctly. The bad news is I had to pressure wash everything to peel off the "bad" areas. The good news was, were it did cure, the 4,000 psi pressure washer didn't cause any damage at all. Don't ask me why some cured and some didn't because it doesn't make sense to me. The product definitely goes on better with the concrete at 70 degrees. I finished applying the 3rd coat Sunday and will try filling it again around Feb 13th.

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    Job well done! Neat job!

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    Pond finally done..

    Hi All,
    My pond is finally done and now I just have to finish up the area around it and some more landscaping. In the beginning, it seemed like it would never end.

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    That looks gorgeous! Nice job on the brickwork and cap stones!
    This is my opinion. It is worth exactly what you paid for it.

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    Wow! Very nice

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    Beautiful
    Chris Goldfish & Shubunkin ponds
    Pond is still in progress, 85 foot stream, one large pond, multiple small ones, multiple waterfalls, one large bog garden / filter

    Live every day as if it is your last, enjoy it to the fullest, because one day it will sure will

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    Wow. That's really cool, looks very professional. I know all about that never ending feeling. Wait a sec - my stuff never does end. Just an endless series of unfortunate events, with an occasional success punctuated by abysmal failures. God, I love working on it, though...

    Will Schultze

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    That really turned out nice.
    Steve Joneli
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    very very nice would love to see some close ups of that thing in the middle ... or perhaps its just my eyes :)
    Helen

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