Concrete Stamp – Floppy
When doing stamp concrete, jobs will require at least one ‘floppy’, which is the same size and pattern as the rigid concrete stamps, but thinner and without handles. The ‘floppy’ stamp is used when there is not enough room for the entire rigid stamp pattern (going up to forms, next to walls columns, steps and other obstacles).
They are soft so they are not designed to be used as part of the regular stamp process. As the concrete stiffens it is much harder to imprint the floppy as clean as the rigid stamps.
Weatherwood plank stamps will unquestionably produce the most attractive wood finish in concrete that you can find. The concrete mats were meticulously derived from century old dock planks from Lake Michigan, and will produce an incredibly rustic, yet detailed surface that looks like anything but concrete. The individual planks are each just over 5 inches wide and are constructed into a side by side pattern of three different lengths (each stamp being approx. 11 inches wide). They are very easy for stamping in either a linear or stepped fashion.
- Very detailed planks with rustic grains.