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Setting Corner Stones in a Dry-Look Wall

Tight walls require the right stones and a judicious use of motar

Length: 1:31
Produced By: Greg T. Gordon

In this video, mason Brendan Mostecki explains that even curved walls need straight corners at some point. Watch along as he shows you what stones make good corners, and how to shape them to fit using a mason’s hammer. Mostecki also explains how to set stones with mortar to achieve a look that emulates dry stacking.

Video by: Justin Fink

July 23, 2008