How to make concrete pavement interlocking bricks

by prince adeparusi
(Ekiti state. Nigeria)

Q. What are the mixing ratios for concrete pavement interlocking bricks?

A. If you are going to mix the concrete to make your own concrete pavement interlocking bricks, the mixing ratio is one part cement, 3 parts sand, and 3 parts stone (aggregate).

If your mixing the concrete with an electric portable concrete mixer, it's O.K. to just do it by the shovel full. This works good for small jobs.

If you have a large patio or driveway, you can use 5 gallon buckets to measure out your materials for accuracy.

Here is a page I wrote about concrete mixing ratios.

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