Dollhouse Charcoal Brick Corner, 125 pcs., AAM0205C | Just Miniature Scale

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Dollhouse Miniature Charcoal Brick Corner, 125Pcs
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Item #: AAM0205C
Our Price: $4.78
 
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Description 

One-inch (1:12) scale dollhouse miniature charcoal bricks. This package of bricks includes 125 corner pieces intended for use with AAM0206 charcoal bricks. Each corner brick is about 5/8" wide by 1/4" high by 3/16" thick. The package covers about 20 square inches. This product is very versatile. It is made of a high-density casting plaster and is a solid color throughout. It can be easily trimmed to fit with a knife or scissors.

This item is 1/12 scale, also referred to as one-inch scale (or 1" scale), means 1 inch = 1 foot

 

FOR BEST RESULTS USE WITH BRICK & STONE MORTAR MIX DESIGNED FOR MINIATURES


Directions for Application (be sure to read through instructions before beginning your project):

  • When creating a simple straight line brick (adapt directions for stone shaped product)pattern, glue bricks to surface beginning at the bottom of your project (i.e., foundation, chimney or fireplace base).
    For more complicated designs and patterns, it's a good idea to create a drawing of your plan to use as reference as you install the bricks.
  • Glue bricks to surface using a good quality adhesive (such as Grrrip).  
  • Be sure to keep horizontal lines level along each course.
  • Have wood strips available to use as spacers for each row of bricks as well as between brick sides (1/16" thick stripwood would work good for this purpose).
  • Be sure that you alternate each course to form the typical brick pattern found in building construction.
  • Coat bricks with a non-yellowing polyurethane or a clear sealer.
  • Let dry overnight.
  • With a foam brush or small putty knife push mortar into spaces between bricks.
  • Gently wipe off excess mortar with a damp sponge.
  • Let bricks and mortar sit for a minimum 24 hours before anything is placed on or glued
    to surface.

 

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