Very good step-by-step to make Papercrete. A mix of about 3 parts paper pulp, 2 parts Portland cement and 1 part perlite. Lighter than hyperturfa and perfect newspaper recycling. Should also be good to make raised beds and retaining walls.
Papercrete: Proportions are 2 parts Portland Cement, 2 parts (dry volume) finely shredded paper loosely packed, & parts sand or perlite. Papercrete has a fairly smooth consistency & paper fibers make it easy to shape. When ready t
They were created using an old tennis ball that is cut in half and a little bit of Portland Cement. Once dried they popped out of the tennis ball easily, then spray painted them, and sealed the paint with some outdoor spray sealant.
Fake Boulders - how to make = boxes covered with garbage bags, then cover the boxes with chicken wire, then cover "rock" shape with about 3 inches of pigmented hypertufa (portland cement, sand, peat moss mix).
Make cement cloth planters. Approximately a water/cement ratio. Add drainage holes in the planter before it completely hardens to prevent cracking. You may also want to apply a couple coats of cement sealer after the planter is dry.
Homemade furnace refractories: The refractory mix is composed of Portland cement parts), silica sand parts), perlite parts) and fireclay parts). The first three components are mixed together thoroughly.