Chiseled Edge Concrete Countertop Edge Form Liner 12’L x 2”W x 2”D, Recycled Material

Chiseled Edge Concrete Countertop Edge Form Liner 12’L x 2”W x 2”D, Recycled Material


This 12 feet long concrete edge form liner is 2″ inches tall by 2″ thick and designed to be fastened directly to the substrate with common wood screws spaced approximately 3″ apart, with no need to silicone edges. Because of their flexibility and strength, they can be curved or shaped for most projects and cut to length easily with a utility knife to fit your form. They create a detailed edge on concrete and can be used in both precast and poured-in-place concrete work with easy clean-up to be re-used many of times. Create your own concrete countertops, wall caps, column caps, window sills, trim, etc.

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  • 2" thick, self-supporting, designed to be fastened directly to substrate; no silicone necessary
  • No release agent necessary, saving you money, time, and clean up, as well as easy, clean release of face color pigments, unlike plastic molds
  • Production quality molds can be used hundreds of times
  • Save a significant amount of time and money compared to other form liners
  • Made in the USA from plastisol rubber, including recycled plastisol

5 reviews for Chiseled Edge Concrete Countertop Edge Form Liner 12’L x 2”W x 2”D, Recycled Material

  1. Kathleen

    This worked perfectly for a concrete hearth capstone we made… The chiseled edge is perfect.

  2. dave

    This thing is great for making perfect chiseled edges.

  3. Rick C

    I used this mold form to make 2″ treads for our front entry steps. I used a little paste wax on the form and these liners. Worked great and look very nice! Thanks

  4. RAT

    Easy to use, made DIY concrete countertop with a decorative edge a breeze, This was my first concrete countertop and it came out phenomenally. I have now reused for five pours for my summer kitchen and bar countertops. I used boards secured behind the edge just to keep my lines straight. That worked well Another tip – use torx-head screws to secure & place a dab of petroleum jelly in each screw head. Makes post-concrete removal a breeze. I had to learn the hard way.

  5. Jeremy

    Needed to create some concrete tops for an outdoor fireplace/seating area and wanted to do something a little fancier then just a basic concrete edged top. Using these really dressed up the concrete edges and after acid staining, they look fantastic!Detailed instructions are also included (and helpful) that explain the type of concrete that is recommended or if you want to make your own from scratch.

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