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The best method is to apply a small amount of the mix on the concrete surface and start spreading it evenly. If you want clean & professional looking edges, you need to use a concrete edger within 20 minutes of application. If you allow the mixture to cure untouched, the result will be a smooth surface. This is the best outcome for a garage floor but it can be slippery when wet which means it is undesirable for walkways or patios....

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While small cracks don’t indicate any structural problems with concrete, it is best to fix the issue as soon as possible. Once a small cracks appears, wear and tear will inevitably cause it to expand. ‘Minor’ usually refers to cracks that are 0.5 inches or less deep and 0.25 inches or less wide. Here is a quick 5 step process to repair minor cracks and get your concrete ready for resurfacing: 1. Clean the cracks with a wire brush. Get...

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You should look upon concrete resurfacing as cosmetic finishes rather than products for concrete repair. Ultimately, there is no point embarking on a concrete resurfacing project unless you have addressed all structural problems. In simple terms, don’t continue with the project if there are chunks of concrete that have broken away, lifted or sunk. It isn’t hard to determine whether there is a structural problem as the signs are...

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