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For the Birds  A simple basin settles easily into the garden's edge where feathered friends can drop in to drink, splash, and bathe. Form your birdbath in the garden by scooping out a shallow hole, shaping a 15-inch-wide and 3-inch-deep mold in the soil. Press bits of tumbled recycled glass into the surface of the still-wet concrete for a touch of sparkle.

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For the Birds A simple basin settles easily into the garden's edge where feathered friends can drop in to drink, splash, and bathe. Form your birdbath in the garden by scooping out a shallow hole, shaping a 15-inch-wide and 3-inch-deep mold in the soil. Press bits of tumbled recycled glass into the surface of the still-wet concrete for a touch of sparkle.

How To Clean A Cement Birdbath in a few easy steps.  Encourage the feathered friends with a sparkling clean place to land!

How To Clean A Cement Bird Bath

How To Clean A Cement Birdbath in a few easy steps. Encourage the feathered friends with a sparkling clean place to land!

Bird Bath ... great use of leftover old bricks. Just stack them up, lay piece of wood on top, then add a terra cotta saucer.

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Bird Bath ... great use of leftover old bricks. Just stack them up, lay piece of wood on top, then add a terra cotta saucer.

Clean even the dirtiest bird bath in 10 easy steps, all without using any scrub brushes. Suitable for concrete bird baths and other materials.: Add Bleach

Clean even the dirtiest bird bath in 10 easy steps, all without using any scrub brushes. Suitable for concrete bird baths and other materials.: Add Bleach

Birdbath - how to paint concrete bird baths. Clean with soap/water (bleach if needed). Rinse thoroughly and allow to dry. Apply concrete sealer; dry. Apply masonry primer; dry. Paint as desired; dry. Apply exterior sealer; dry.  Fill bird bath with water and enjoy. Be sure to let bath dry completely between each step/coating. Try to use non-toxic materials.

Birdbath - how to paint concrete bird baths. Clean with soap/water (bleach if needed). Rinse thoroughly and allow to dry. Apply concrete sealer; dry. Apply masonry primer; dry. Paint as desired; dry. Apply exterior sealer; dry. Fill bird bath with water and enjoy. Be sure to let bath dry completely between each step/coating. Try to use non-toxic materials.

Copper Bird Bath... I love the stones and the way the fountain is partially concealed by the flowers and greenery.

Copper Bird Bath... I love the stones and the way the fountain is partially concealed by the flowers and greenery.

The birdbath was taken out of storage, and my garden companions have returned. Hi, there, little friend!

The birdbath was taken out of storage, and my garden companions have returned. Hi, there, little friend!

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