26.10.15 by Staff

Satisfying Video of the Day: Curb Roller Smoothing Rough Cement

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Not much else to say. There’s just something so satisfying about watching this curb roller do its thing. Click below for the full video!

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    A roller smoothing concrete,not cement.cement is one component of concrete.cement will not work by itself.sorry,just one of those things that bothers me when I see it like when people say nucular,instead of nuclear,like the president of the U.S.A. does.anyhow I’m not the word police so,sorry





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