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Concrete: Stamps & Texture Mats

Stamping Mats for ConcretePour Polytek® liquid rubbers onto a textured pattern (e.g., slate, brick, cobblestone, flagstone, etc.) to make reusable stamping tools and texturing skins to impart any desired texture into a concrete floor, wall or other surface. Concrete stamping is used to make faux stone walls, textured pool decks, walkways, patios, driveways, stairs, countertops and more.

Popular product options are listed below:

The polyurethane mold rubbers listed below are pourable, but can be thickened with PolyFiber II or Fumed Silica to make brush-on molds when desired.

Select an option below for additional product details and buying information or browse all polyurethane mold rubbers or silicone mold rubbers:



Product Description

Poly 75-80 Liquid Rubber

A firm polyurethane rubber popular for flatwork.

Poly 75-65 Liquid Rubber

A medium-hard polyurethane rubber popular for vertical stamping.

Poly 74-45 Liquid Rubber

A mid-range hardness polyurethane rubber popular as “floppies” for stamping corners & edges.

Video Tutorials

How to Make a Rubber Stamping Mat for Concrete [Cobblestone Model]

In this video, we demonstrate how to make a concrete stamping mat out of polyurethane rubber. We use cobblestone as our model and Poly 75-80 as our rubber mold material.


How to Make a Concrete Texture Mat [Slate Model]

In this video, we show you how to create a rubber texture mat from real slate. Texture mats are commonly used as concrete texturing tools and can be created from a variety of natural surfaces.