- 1 Can you fix pitted concrete?
- 2 Can a concrete driveway be resurfaced?
- 3 What does spalling concrete look like?
- 4 How long will concrete resurfacer last?
- 5 What is the best concrete resurfacer?
- 6 Should I pressure wash my driveway?
- 7 Can you pour new concrete over old cracked concrete?
- 8 How do you bond new concrete to old concrete?
- 9 How do you fill a large hole in concrete?
- 10 How do you fix uneven cracks in concrete driveway?
Can you fix pitted concrete?
Smooth it out best you can with a putty knife or margin trowel. Within 24 hours the repair will be hard enough to grind or sand flush. For larger areas of pitting and spalling, we recommend using a 100% epoxy concrete patch with a sand aggregate. Once cured, these repairs are actually stronger than the concrete.
Can a concrete driveway be resurfaced?
RE-CAP™ Concrete Resurfacer will renew your old, worn concrete driveways, sidewalks and patios at a fraction of the cost to tear out and replace old concrete slabs.
What does spalling concrete look like?
Spalling concrete can look like round or oval depressions along surfaces or joints. Spalling tends to be most common in cold climates when de-icing chemicals are applied or when seasonal freeze-thaw cycles damage the concrete.
How long will concrete resurfacer last?
How long does it last? Thanks to its advanced bonding properties, concrete resurfacing can last for quite a while. A properly resurfaced floor can last from 8-15 years.
What is the best concrete resurfacer?
Our 10 Best Concrete Resurfacer Reviews:
- KILZ Over Armor Smooth Wood/ Concrete Coating.
- 10466 Dap Concrete Resurfacer.
- SAKRETE Flo-Coat Concrete Resurfacer Review.
- Quikrete Fast-Setting Self Leveling Floor Surfacer.
- TintCrete Thin Patch and Concrete Resurfacer Sealer Review.
- SAKRETE Flo-Coat Concrete Resurfacer.
Should I pressure wash my driveway?
That is why most professionals agree that your driveway should be pressure washed at least once a year. This will keep the grime off the surface and you can keep washing it per your need and time over the year yourself, to keep it in the best shape.
Can you pour new concrete over old cracked concrete?
There are situations when pouring new concrete isn’t the most suitable option. For instance, surfaces with larger cracks, heaving or settling conditions, or where height cannot be raised, replacement is a better solution. However, in most cases, you can pour a new layer of concrete onto the existing one.
How do you bond new concrete to old concrete?
When using a liquid bonding agent, paint the bonder onto the existing concrete and allow it to dry until it is tacky. This usually takes only a few minutes. Then apply the repair material. Just as in the process described above, after the bonder has become tacky apply a scratch coat and then apply the repair material.
How do you fill a large hole in concrete?
- Using a Chisel, Make the Crack Wider at the Bottom than the Top.
- Clean Out the Debris with a Stiff Fiber or Wire Brush.
- Fill the Crack with Patching Mix (also know as Vinyl Concrete )
- Address Any Pop-Outs.
- Wet the Surface and Apply a Concrete Bonding Agent.
- Pack a Small Amount of Anchoring Cement into the Hole.
How do you fix uneven cracks in concrete driveway?
Cracked and uneven concrete can be repaired in a day by filling it with caulking gun loaded with either a tube of concrete repair or polyurethane sealant.