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    How would this have been attached to the inside of the form?

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    I pretty sure the wall was painted black, A stencil put on top and then painted grey.

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    And it's special cement based paint, so it looks like bricks,or, on the ground, tiles.

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    that would sure cut down on the cost of bricking your home!!!.

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    My home is "bricked" already.....nothing works.

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    mine too. but most everything but me works....
    about 5 years ago I got a bright idea after I heard about the paint additive to make it a radiant heat barrier. so..I orderd the additive, got new paint...and went to painting....I wish i had done it 35 years earlier. that **** really works!!!! and now...still working and still looks great!!! and cheep to do too!! in this florida sun the bricks got so hot you could not hold your hand on them in the afternoon sun.now you can barley feel any heat.
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    When I said "bricked" I meant as in mobile phones, when they're bricked they're nackered

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    oh you have a bricked mobile home...thats unusual, you in alabama or mississippi,? does it have air ride so it can lift up off the ground so the bricks dont drag on the dirt roads?



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