Ha! Thanks, old nickname that has served its purpose well. Thanks for the 411 on the Drylok, I'll have to give it a whirl next season. Less than 2 weeks until our party and still soooo much little stuff to do. My wife has banned me from any new props until all the little stuff is done. *bleh* *heh*Thank you Thud (I love your name). I used two coats of Drylok on all my tombstones. What was a very happy accident was that it has sand in the paint (didn't expect that). That really helped add the perfect stone look. I was going to just do the latex myself but after seeing the texture and color of the gray Drylok, I realized that I was only going to need the latex for the accents (epitaphs, dark crevices, tea-staining, dry-brushing and sponging.