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â It can be used for casting concrete and plaster.
â The front surface of the plastic shape simulates wood.
â Intended for the manufacture of heavy-duty colored concrete by vibratory casting method.
â 5 covers can reserve holes
Description: â It can be used for casting concrete and plaster. â The front surface of the plastic shape simulates wood. â Intended for the manufacture of heavy-duty colored concrete by vibratory casting method. â 5 covers can reserve holes Specifications: Material: Plastic Color: White Dimension: 1m/39.4 '' Type: Straight Line / Triangle / Wave Package included: 1 x Balustrades Mold 5 x Covers NOTICE: 1. It is recommended periodic cleaning of the form from the concrete 2. Not recommended for transportation of filled moulds in the process of hardening of concrete.
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