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Monument Repair Kit - Small

Original price $29.25 - Original price $60.50
Original price
$47.25
$29.25 - $60.50
Current price $47.25
Compound: Light Gray
Tools: 3/8" Tuck Pointer
Wooden Blocks: Yes Wooden Blocks

Atlas Preservation Monument Repair Kit - Small

Supplies needed to reset a headstone onto a flat base. Small kit will set one multi-level monument, or two single-level monuments. View photos for instructions and watch a long form YouTube video provided by the Wisconsin Historical Society here!

Kit Includes:

Monument Setting Compound

Industry standard monument setting compound for creating seal between headstone and base. Miles Supply’s Set-Rite, is a premier setting compound. Always fresh and ready to use!

Tips & Tricks: Hardening can be prevented by keeping covered with water and tightly sealed. Keep out of reach from children, wash hands thoroughly after use. Keep container sealed and away from direct sunlight & store at room temp!

Pratley Standard Setting Putty

Great for repairing gravestones - fill cracks, small voids and use in conjunction with Monument Setting Compound to reset monuments.

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  • Can this be used to fill cracks in a white marble headstone. Will it be waterproof when set.

    These products are waterproof, but we recommend using a different product to fill cracks in a white marble headstone. The Milliput Superfine White will work well for this application.

  • How do I know when I should use Pratley setting putty versus using the Monument Setting Compound? I am working on some 100+ year old family graves. I want to stabilize them for another century or more.

    We recommend using Pratley on contact points between the two pieces in the middle and Monument Setting Compound between the two pieces all around the outer edges. The compound will squeeze out a bit when you seed the stone into place, and you can trim the excess with a tuck pointer or another tool.