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Old 04-06-2015, 05:28 PM   #1
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Ugl Bonding Agent

I ran out of Acryl 60 so the nearest supplier had UGL bonding agent. Gave it a try and was pretty impressed...would use it again.

Simple project of resurfacing some concrete spalling on a driveway apron and I mixed a rich color match using bar sand and white portland. Just a tad of deep buff and the mix was fairly close to blend.

According to UGL, it's an admix and bonder and I didn't see any mention of one or the other. I rolled it on the surface and used a 1:1 ratio in the mix and it was quite an impressive mud.

Within a hour or so when I went to clean some mixing trowels, it was stuck tenaciously and hardened like a 28 day cure

Of all the different bonding agents I've used over the years, I'd rank this a good quality and will definitely use again.

Next on the list is cutting out some expansion joints and hitting them with a 2 part polyurethane followed by an application of SureKlean Salt Guard WB. I'll snap some pics when it's done...
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Old 04-06-2015, 06:25 PM   #2
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Re: Ugl Bonding Agent

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Next on the list is cutting out some expansion joints and hitting them with a 2 part polyurethane followed by an application of SureKlean Salt Guard WB. I'll snap some pics when it's done...

Before you even think of cutting expansion or control joints,you better check with the engineer and have him sign off. What makes you think you can just indiscriminately take it on yourself to do that ? ?


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