So got around to doing the shower. Not as impressed as I am with doing the granite. Seems to leave a white haze on the pebbles for some unknown reason (may have been application error). We'll leave it for now and just let it wear off over time.
Talked to the wife and we plan on doing our shower with the stuff because we get crazy amounts of hard water stuffs when the water evaporates so maybe it'll help. Floor and accent only...not doing the walls. This is what it looked like brand spanking new.
It's now covered in a white haze...
In order as I posted
They are all 3cm thick, the remaining 2cm could probably be made up of mortar that you're going to need anyway...I think.
There are some very pretty slabs out there that are level 1 or 2. In fact our kitchen counter is a level 2 and is called...
You could always get a hold of a stone fabricator, get a slab of marble, quartzite or granite or whatever. Have the fabricator measure, cut and install the whatever you decide on getting. A slab typically runs ~70 sq ft and depending on the level (eg cost per sq ft) can cost anywhere from $420...
I have the ColorQ and the TA always reads ~30 less than titration. There is also a new reagent out for the ColorQ as well, no idea why but it >seems< to be just a wee bit more accurate (difference usually ~20 compared to titration).
This may work well. You'll have to figure out how to attach it to the fence. Maybe use self tapping metal screws or something. Easy on, easy off.
We have a ring stickup cam mounted under the eave of our back porch roof. Plugged in no charging required. Get motion detection and the app on my phone goes off if motion is detected. We like it.
Thanks for the review @Katodude . We have granite and so far have very similar results as far as the water beading (or as they call it "pearling"). Haven't tried it on our flagstone coping yet but so far we're pretty impressed with the stuff. It is also supposed to be completely UV...