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Concrete Casting: Site Furnishings & Décor

Mold Rubbers for Site Furnishings and DecorPolytek® two-part, room temperature curing rubbers are used to make poured, brush-on or spray-on rubber molds to reproduce concrete statues, tiles, decorative panels, outdoor and indoor furniture, planters and many other decorative precast concrete products. 

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. 

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

 

POPULAR OPTIONS

Product Description

Poly 74-20 Liquid Rubber

A soft polyurethane rubber popular for making molds of models with deep, irregular undercuts.

Poly 74-45 Liquid Rubber

A mid-range hardness rubber popular for making molds of models with moderate undercuts.

Poly 75-65 Liquid Rubber

A medium-hard polyurethane rubber popular for making molds of models with little to no undercuts.

Video Tutorials

How to Create a Travertine Panel Mold for Concrete [Part 2 of 2]

How to create a mold of a Travertine panel using Polytek Poly 74-45 liquid rubber and then cast concrete.

How to Create a Travertine Panel Mold for Concrete [Part 1 of 2]

How to create a mold of a Travertine panel using Polytek Poly 74-45 liquid rubber and then cast concrete.

Rubber Molds for Casting Slate-Textured Concrete Coasters

For the 2014 World of Concrete Expo, we are giving away rubber molds to expo attendees so they can cast their own concrete coasters.

 

Casting “Warped” Concrete Tables in Rubber Molds

This video tutorial details the process of casting side-by-side “warped” concrete tables in a Polytek® Poly 74-45 polyurethane rubber mold.

How to Bend or Warp Decorative Concrete in Rubber Molds

This video tutorial details the process of casting warped decorative concrete elements in rubber molds made from our liquid mold rubber.

How to Make a Concrete Log Mold

This video tutorial details the process of making a FormRub 35 rubber mold of a log in order to cast concrete stools.

How-To Articles & Customer Projects

How to Make Wood-Textured Concrete Stools
The following tutorial details the process of making a polyurethane rubber mold of a log that will be used to cast concrete stools.
How to Make a Decorative Concrete (GFRC) Panel
This tutorial shows the process of making a decorative glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) panel using various Polytek® mold rubbers and casting materials.
Mold Rubbers for Concrete Countertops
Mold Making Tutorial: Old-Growth Cypress Concrete TableTop
We recently visited SureCrete Design Products, a decorative and specialty concrete manufacturer, at their headquarters in Dade City, FL.
Customer Project: Cast Stone Magnolia Buds for Tattnall Square Park
West Side Stone Works of Macon, Georgia took on a mold making and casting project to create cast stone magnolia buds that would serve as finials on the columns situated at the entrance of Tattnall Square Park in historic Macon.
Liquid Mold Rubbers for Concrete Site Furnishings & Decor
How to Make a Concrete Sign
World of Concrete 2014 is coming up next week, so we thought we would share how we made part of our exhibit: the concrete signs.