Concrete Stamp Mat SM 5100
Concrete Stamp Mat. Wood Plank and Logs Stamped Concrete
GlobMarble offers the most attractive and unique wood plank and log texture stamps for stamping concrete.
These stamp mat can be used as a part of your project's design stamped concrete works.
Use our water based stains to color concrete wood grain patterns to your choice.
Stamp size: 34½" x 34½" x 1" (87.5 cm x 87.5 cm x 2 cm) approximately
Sections (logs) - 13
Each section dimensions:
9 logs dimensions: 5¼" x 5¼" (13 cm X 13 cm)
4 planks: 25¼" x 8¾"
Set of 4 pieces includes:
3 Rigid stamps with handles and 1 Flexible without handle
Suggested Detailing and Touch-up and Tools:
Touch-up Texture Skin: SKM 5000
Touch-up Texture Roller: —
Chisels: 2", 4" & 8"
Touch-up Wheel: 1/2" Wedge
RIGID Stamps Mat
These are the strong and solid built mat types and are firm enough to stand on. The RIGID Stamps Mat have handles for easy lifting and moving. The RIGID Stamps Mat are used to stamp majority of the stamping job. Rigid Stamp Mats usually red, blue and yellow color coded. Each stamp has unique pattern variation to lend an authentic look and achieve a more random appearance.
FLEX Stamp Mat
The Flex Stamp Mat (floppy) is about half the thickness of a rigid mat and made with a more flexible urethane, so you can bend the mat to a 90-degree angle to conform to slab edges or walls. The Flex Stamp Mat doesn't have handles. Flexible stamp mats are used to finish edges of the pattern, spots against the wall, stairs, corners and hard to get areas.
How to stamp concrete (Do-It Yourself)
Frequently Asked Questions about Concrete Stamp Mats
Q: Can i use one flexible Concrete Stamp Mat to complete my sidewalk project?
A: It's so hard to stamp concrete with one flexible mat. You can use flexible mats, but I would recommend to use at least 3-5 mats.
We always recommend to use at least 3-6 Rigid mats to form the stamping line and one flexible for edges. It works the same way as puzzle, you need few stamps to puzzle up the stamping pattern. Flexible stamp mats usually used to finish edges of the pattern or spots against the wall.