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Looks good. Matching existing is often times tough to do, but you did a nice job.

What kind of mix did you use for something like that?
 

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I would have done all of the edgeing too

I really like doing those small repairs, keeps life simple
 

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I used Euclid Chemical Blue Line.
Although their tech support had no info on mixing sand in, I did for some texture. I have used similar products that allow a fair amount of clean sharp sand or pea stone to be added.
 

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Ahh thats brilliant. I would have made some moronic contraption with braces and steaks and who knows what.
 

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I was lucky it had a nice overhang, made clamping easy. Would have driven stakes like you mentioned if I couldn't clamp it.



Your repair looks better than the original........cause you FORGOT to put the honeycombs in the edge.:thumbsup:
 
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