Updating a concrete bird bath

Read the label and instructions carefully and follow product directions when they deviate from general application tips.

Paint the inside of the birdbath bowl with the sealer.

Follow the manufacturer’s exact guidelines when preparing the epoxy.

Smear some of the epoxy on a putty knife, then work the epoxy into the cracks in your birdbath.

Concrete birdbaths offer an affordable way of providing a water source for the birds that call your yard their home.

Most of our bird baths are made of stone since concrete bird baths tend to decay over time.Alternatively, use a nontoxic cleaner designed for birdbaths, following the product directions specifically.Carry the birdbath into the house, garage or shed if possible to keep it clean, dry and undisturbed while you work.After growing up in construction and with more than 30 years in the field, she believes a girl can swing a hammer with the best of them.She enjoys "green" or innovative solutions and unusual construction.

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