This Saved Me $1200 || Making a Large Concrete Planter

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19 Replies to “This Saved Me $1200 || Making a Large Concrete Planter”

  1. The Modustrial Maker is a professional in creating concrete Forms for Kitchen- and Bathroom Sinks, Countertops and even desks.

  2. As a certified concrete video watcher expert, I can confidently say that thing won't survive an hour, it will explode immediately, also river rocks? Do you know how dangerous those things are in dirt??? Those plants are gonna smoke like hell also since you put no holes on the bottom for airflow
    How dare you use concrete smh

  3. Why did it have to be so massive for your first try????
    Great work anyway

  4. Lightweight concrete would have helped this situation. There are various formulations you can find here on YT — ones using perlite, foam made from Suave soap, fiberglass threads and more.

    Funny that you posted this. We must have seen the same Insta and both had the same foolish idea that it looked easy.

  5. Your doing it the hard way, use clay on a giant turntable with some giant hands the same way as Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze did it.

    PS. It won't work but it will be funny to watch.

  6. Tell the truth Jason, you saved, you saved $1200 to spend on a new tool…
    Great job!

  7. From Wikipedia: "The term "wheelbarrow" is made of two words: "wheel" and "barrow." "Barrow" is a derivation of the Old English "barew" which was a device used for carrying loads."

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