Filling 3" holes

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Old 04-05-14, 06:49 PM
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Filling 3" holes

I installed a power rack a few years back and recently had to re-locate it. It left a total of twelve 3/8" holes in my basement floor. The concrete anchors used were 3/8" in diameter and 3" in length.

I filled all 12 holes with PC Products' "Epoxy Paste." Some of the holes were still there afterward and I was out of the Epoxy, so I went over all 12 holes with Dap's Concrete Patch.

Is this a good enough fix?

Second question: Is it true having drilled holes in concrete makes the concrete weaker and prone to eventually cracking? I couldn't find any evidence of this via google....

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Old 04-06-14, 12:21 AM
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if you're happy w/the appearance, its fine. structurally the holes won't make any difference unless you start loading the conc w/weight more than usually done - depending on hole pattern, of course.

what's ' pc epoxy paste ' ?
 
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