Right type of concrete repair product

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Old 07-31-12, 08:38 AM
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Right type of concrete repair product

Patio area around pool, have some cornes cracked that need to be pulled out, have a few open cracks that need to be filled..........what type of product can you guys recommend based on your experience that might be pre-mixed or be available in a small quantity dry that will dry hard, maybe be someone flexible but also can be painted. I suspect many have had the opportunity to try some new things and find that they are a super solution to some common problems.
 
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By cornes, do you mean corners & what to do you mean by pulled out? How thick & deep are the cracks?
 
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For the purpose of discription, think of a 12x12 cement section and one corner has a diagonal crack so the corner is actually loose, that broken piece needs to come out and filled. As far as the crack in question, it might be an inch, maybe two in depth and runs along a section of a slab and again, needs to be filled with something.

thanks for you interest, hope this helps.
 
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In that case I would use portland with sand. 2 sand to one portland would work. Make a form for the corner. Chop out all lose pieces first.
 
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