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Old 07-03-2010, 03:12 PM   #1
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Concrete Resurfacer


I have an old client that wants me to resurface his driveway with QUIKRETE Concrete Resurfacer. Has anyone ever used this product and if so what do you think of it. I want to just demo and pour, but he wants it his way.
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Old 07-06-2010, 06:37 PM   #2
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Little Bear, (osito) for the pale faces

I used Quickrete Concrete resurfacer on a driveway. I broomed it on.
I sealed it with a 30 percent solids, xylene based sealer. It has been 4 years and I have heard no complaints. I did a drive by last year and it looked fine.
I would not do it without a sealer. I feel it would get abraded too quickly.
There were no cracks in the original substrate. It was just to fix some rain damage and discoloring.

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Thanks, just what i was looking for. Osito is what I call my baby boy (20yr) The client is set on this type of repair. So sealer is the baet way to go? This driveway is the set up too quick and bubbled, no cracks.
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