What kind of paint/glue I should use on concrete?

by Rachella Shephard
(Gulfport. FL)

Q. I am doing a renovation in my Aunt's home. I'm going to put a 3 inch wide and 12 feet long of marble on a couple of concrete. The concretes are already built in the wall. It is by the window. I need to know what is the right kind of paint for glue to stick on concrete and be able for marble panel to stay on concrete. I hope I make this clear as possible.

A. You can use a 2 part epoxy to "glue" the marble to the concrete. You can purchase this epoxy from home depot or lowes. It comes in two tubes that are connected together. You squeeze the epoxy out of the tubes and mix together to make a paste.

Rub the paste onto the clean concrete and attach the marble. You may have to brace the marble to hold it in place until the epoxy sets.

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