Pay special attention to the space around your sink. If you have silicone sealant or similar that is visible, you’ll want to remove it with a razor blade before you begin spreading the concrete, because (I learned) the concrete doesn’t stick well to the rubbery surface.
While you don’t want to run your trowel over and over the same concrete mix (it will start to dry out, and your efforts at smoothing everything out will be thwarted), I found it to be a good idea to drag my trowel in the perpendicular direction after a section was covered. This helped to alleviate major trowel lines.
AVOID adding water in spots. One strategy I attempted but now recommend that you AVOID is adding water to my fingertips and spreading the corners smooth, if I miss the window of malleable opportunity. This is also evidence of powder-to-water ratio discrepancies and discoloration, even after it dries.
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