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New! Leonard PathMate™ Do-It-Yourself Belgian-Style Stone Mold

# 9784
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$ 19.99
Weight: 3.500000 lbs

Save both time and money!

The Leonard PathMate allows you to create your own unique walkway in half the time! We create this concrete mold using recycled plastic.

Make a straight path or patio in just 3 simple steps:
  • Step one: Position the mold on any flat surface and then pour in quick-set concrete.
  • Step two: Smooth the surface with a trowel.
  • Step three: Wait one minute, lift mold, then move on!

Specs

  • Length: 20 inches
  • Width: 24 inches
  • Depth: 2 inches
  • Pre-mix concrete capacity: 60 pounds
  • Stone style: Belgian

Warranty

This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's full one year warranty against manufacturer defects for products when used under normal conditions.

Review Summary (Based on 5 Reviews)

Customer Reviews for New! Leonard PathMate™ Do-It-Yourself Belgian-Style Stone Mold

4 Stars

Patio on a budget

Eric W from WI wrote (July 11, 2016):

My wife and I have wanted to build a patio for a few years, but we didn't want to do into debt doing it. I saw an ad for the Pathmate system, did some reading, watched some videos, and crunched some numbers. Our patio 15' x 16' area is not huge, but still formidable when laying pavers or pouring concrete. Pros: • The cost was about 1/3 cheaper than buying basic pavers that we weren't thrilled with. Pathmate had a much more interesting design. • Labor for installing was less cumbersome. Instead of laying out pavers individually, we poured 10 at a time -- actually, we rented a mixer so we could make 2 bags of cement at a time, so 20 blocks made at a time. • The construction of the Pathmate forms is very solid. Cons: • Only because their video shows them using cheap cement, I have to say that their recommendation for Quikrete is a mediocre choice at best. We used the mix recommended in the video and it contained pretty large stones in it. The finish was much rougher than I would have liked. • The forms are manufactured with a slight inward warp along one of the long sides. It is consistent across all four of the forms we bought. • Not so much a "con" as an inconsistency -- They say to use one 60# bag of Quikrete, but our forms took less than that. It may be because we leveled out our area with gravel and sand. Just a note: If using for a large project, be sure to rent a mixer. The drum they want to sell you is too much work. Also, these pavers aren't locked tight together, there are spaces between the bricks. Fill accordingly with whatever is recommended for your climate.

5 Stars

Great results!!!

Homeowner from IL wrote (June 13, 2016):

See above

5 Stars

Great Product

Brittany S. from ME wrote (July 11, 2013):

Mold worked as planned. We ended up using 3/4 of a 80lb bag of concrete per mold. This ratio seemed to work well. One tip: Do not leave cement in mold longer than 30 minutes, we made this mistake and ruined a section when it hardened to the mold. Overall, not a super easy project but much cheaper than premade pavers!

4 Stars

belgian stone pathmate

freda from TN wrote (July 11, 2013):

I love this thing. it has made my life so much easier. now I can have the look I want without hiring someone else to do it for me. just put it where you want it and fill I don't believe it could get any easier.

5 Stars

BELGIAN STONE MOLD - PATHMATE

Housewife/ homemaker married for 7 years this is our first home from TX wrote (July 11, 2013):

I absolutely loved the Belgian Mold set the project we were doing in our backyard turned out better than we expected my friends and neighbors were astonished by the Pathmate and are already asking to borrow it {but I have to let them order there own]We have more projects in our future

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Save both time and money!

The Leonard PathMate allows you to create your own unique walkway in half the time! We create this concrete mold using recycled plastic.

Make a straight path or patio in just 3 simple steps:
  • Step one: Position the mold on any flat surface and then pour in quick-set concrete.
  • Step two: Smooth the surface with a trowel.
  • Step three: Wait one minute, lift mold, then move on!