Flexomeric for Garden Statues or Birdbaths

Posted by Timothy on 7/3/2014

Flexomeric has more uses than basements, foundations, driveways, patios and other concrete structural renovations of the home and property. Consider the garden area: Ever wonder how to repair that old leaking birdbath in your back yard? I’m sure the birds would appreciate it if their bath actually held bathing water for more than an hour. Or perhaps your favorite concrete garden gnome is missing his hat or even, heaven forbid, an arm? If you have any piece of concrete garden décor in dire need of repair, then read on.

Many things can bring damage to concrete birdbaths or garden statues. The most common perpetrator is weather. Water can work its way into small crevices and freeze, thus transforming the small crevice into a large crevice. Whether your concrete birdbath or concrete statue fell victim to ice or a croquet game gone wild, below are the answers you need for the repair process.

Concrete repair is not as daunting a task as it might seem. In fact, it’s pretty easy with flexomeric. The first thing you’ll need to do is determine the extent of the damage. If it’s just a leaky birdbath then the repair is simple. All you’ll need to do is give the birdbath a good cleaning. Then, when the birdbath is COMPLETELY DRY, apply flexomeric by forcing it into the cracks and creating a good seal. Let it dry completely – then it should be good to go.

If the birdbath or garden statue is broken into several pieces, then it’s best to use flexomeric. Do not try to use concrete to glue the pieces back together – it won’t work, so don’t waste your time. After application with flexomeric (as directed on the instructions) the statue or birdbath may need to be clamped.

Remember, patience is the key to repairing delicate concrete lawn fixtures. If you have any questions or inquiries contact us or call our Flexomeric customer service at toll-free 1- -855-236-5566 and we will assist you with your purchase. Good luck!