Stone Master Molds Rubber Molds for Concrete, Chiseled Edge Concrete Countertop Edge Form Liner, 10’L x 3”W x 2”D

Stone Master Molds Rubber Molds for Concrete, Chiseled Edge Concrete Countertop Edge Form Liner, 10’L x 3”W x 2”D

$145.95

  • 10 feet long, 3 inches wide, 2 inches thick
  • Only 3″ wide form liner on the market that is self supporting
  • Production quality molds can be used many times
  • NO RELEASE AGENT required
  • Made in the USA
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Stone Master Molds Concrete Countertop Edge Form Liner

Measuring approximately 10 feet long, 3" tall/wide, and 2" thick this concrete countertop edge form liner is designed to be fastened directly to the substrate with common wood screws spaced approximately 3" apart. In addition, there is no need to silicone edges!

Consequently, these form liners are thicker and more heavy duty than most form liners on the market.  Because of their flexibility and strength, they can be curved or shaped for most projects and cut to length easily with a utility knife/box blade to fit your form.

Creating a detailed, chiseled edge, they can be used in both precast and poured-in-place concrete work.   Use these professional quality form liners over and over again!

Additionally, our molds require NO release agent.  As a result, this saves you money, time, and clean up, as well as easy, clean release of face color pigments, unlike plastic molds, urethane molds, and silicone molds.

Create your own concrete countertops, wall caps, column caps, window sills, lintels, trim, etc., with these top quality form liners!

3 reviews for Stone Master Molds Rubber Molds for Concrete, Chiseled Edge Concrete Countertop Edge Form Liner, 10’L x 3”W x 2”D

  1. JBruJBru

    Easy to use and easy to setup and clean. I drove screws directly through the moulding backed up by wood as well. Detached from concrete very easily. Great stuff for a first time user of any type of concrete and moulding. I used Quikrete Countertop mix with NForce fiber and #3 rebar as reinforcement. There are some bug holes around the edge, and I used a pencil vibrator too, but I will be filling those in with some leftover fine particles mixed into a slurry and then fill those in, and this is typical from what I have researched. But, the edges look absolutely realistic with a lot of detail.

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  2. Amazon Customer

    I poured 2 continuous sections of wall cap both 40 foot each I used the forms as directed by the seller screwing down every 3-4 inches with 4” screws poured using pro5000 mix concrete from lowes tap forms gently with hammer as pouring to get rid of air pockets easy to strip pealed right off the next day I tired Pam cooking spray on forms on other pours and it made no difference i put relief cuts every 5 feet the forms were very easy to use around radius areas and flows very nicely

  3. WravenWraven

    This mold allowed us to add a subtle look to a sign post foundation that identifies a civil war era home. Easy to cut and easy to use. Doesn’t require a release. Purchased multiple times.

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