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[Cob] wood ashes and concretelucynda riley dragonfly_183 at hotmail.com
Sat Feb 19 14:24:44 PST 2005
i found a recipie through a self sufficient living website I am a member of to make a type of concrete using salt, water, and wood ashes. It actually worked pretty well. I made a small dap of it on a cookie sheet and had to smash it with a hammer before I could break it loose. Ofcourse it crumbled into pieces after that. Through some experimenting i learned that its hard like concrete until you break the shiny surface on top, then it crumbles. Its also becomes soft again once it gets wet. Is there anything I could add to it to cause it to not soften when it gets wet or to crumble into pieces once the surface is broken?
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