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Here's How The Numbering System Works!   (CLICK PHOTOS TO ENLARGE)  

1.  Put a light coating of release
into your mold.

2.  Brush on a light coat of petroleum jelly on each number and place in mold with smooth reverse side onto the mold surface.  You will notice that the  rubber numbers will adhere to the mold which is intended.

Numbers in the mold before pouring the concrete.     Notice that the numbers adhere nicely to the mold at this time.

3.  For stepping stones or other small castings, mix 1 part portland cement to 3 parts sand.  Add water and mix until mixture is slightly fluid for pouring (not dumping).

4.  Fill a small hand sprayer with water and about 20 drops of any liquid soap.  Just before pouring the concrete mix into the mold, spray a light mist of water and soap over the rubber letters.  This will help avoid air bubbles in your casting.

5.  Pour concrete mix into the mold.  Then tap with a mallet a couple of times to loosen any bubbles.


Pouring concrete into the mold.
Pour concrete mix into the mold.  Then tap with a mallet a couple of times to loosen any bubbles.

Stepping stone after removed from mold. 
Now is the time to remove the rubber numbers from the stone.

Removing the rubber numbers from the stone.   
Since the rubber numbers are completely flexible, removing them is very easy.  Simply use a pin to stick into the rubber and pull up.  Once the number starts to come out, simply grab the number with your fingers and pull it out of the mold.

No need to be gentle.
You don't need to handle the rubber numbers gently, as they are quite durable.  And the best part of it all is that the numbers are
That's right, they're
Use them over and over again.   If cleaned and stored properly, you should get hundreds of pours from these numbers.
If you ever lose them, not to worry, we can make more.

Finished Product
The finished casted concrete stone after rubber is removed.  Notice the sharp detail of each number.  That's the real beauty of using rubber numbers for your casting needs.

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