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Old 04-14-2014, 07:23 AM   #1
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I'm curing cement pavers- Is it OK to submerge them in water to cure them?


I'm making about 150 pavers over the next few months, about 10 at a time. I feel too busy to babysit them to make sure they are moist and covered etc. ...Once the poured blocks are set can I just soak them in a large container of water to cure and pull them out after 5 days? Thoughts?

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I'm curing cement pavers- Is it OK to submerge them in water to cure them?


I would leave them set at least over night before putting them in the pond.

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