ClinicPics_Randall

MiniStackPutty2Stack_55 MiniStackPuttyTrim_51 MiniStackPuttyTrimFin_52 MiniStackRepairFinish_50
Stacking carefully so the putty makes a good seal. Harder than it appears.
Trimming the putty.
Trimmed putty.
A nice repair.
MortarMix_17 MortarRepairCloseup_14 Slotbase1StoneEpoxyClamp2_18 Slotbase1StoneEpoxyClamp_19
Mixing the mortar. There are three basic mixes, a stack mix, a fill mix and a finish mix.
Detail of mortaring a crack. This seals out the weather. This mortar needs to be shaded with the proper color of stone dust to make the crack, almost, disappear.
A simple horizontal crack can be repaired with the base in place. After cleaning the two broken faces and applying the epoxy, align and clamp the stone together again.
A simple horizontal crack can be repaired with the base in place. After cleaning the two broken faces and applying the epoxy, align and clamp the stone together again.

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