Concrete Resurfacing Creating The Mix
You should not mix more than one bag at a time. A professional tip is to use a 0.5 inch drill and paddle mixer to get the best results. As a rule of thumb, you will need around 3.5 quarts of water per 40 pound bag of mix. If you are resurfacing in warm weather, use cold water and if you are resurfacing in cold weather, use warm water.

Make sure you have a large bucket; a 5 gallon plastic bucket is ideal. Pour most of the water in first followed by most of the mix. Start mixing the combination until a smooth consistency has been achieved; let it rest for a few minutes before mixing again. Use the remaining water or mix to ensure the right consistency is achieved. Spray the concrete surface with water before application; this prevents the concrete drawing moisture from the resurfacer.

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