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What water:cement:sand ratio gives the strongest mortar?
A typical mortar mix ratio is 1 cement : 3 sand. But what is the water ratio? Is it 0.5:1:3? Would a 0.5:1:2 ratio be a stronger mortar? Our next door neighbor has a dog that digs like a pro. The ...
Jan 27 '13 at 14:31
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