Tip #1: Mark and cut the stone 3/4 of the way throughIn order for these natural stones to fit together, some trimming/shaping is required. Depending on how tight the joints are, more or less cutting will be needed. In this case, a wet tile saw was used. Each stone that needed trimming was cut about 3/4 of the way through and snapped with a masonry hammer.
Tip #2: Finish with a masonry hammer
Tip #3: Use a non or low sag mortar to build up stones
Tip #4: Use color enhancer to bring out rich color tones
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