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First I am a paint contractor so this is out of my field just trying to get some ideas for her.

I have a client that has a small 1"long x 1/2"wide x 1/4" deep divet and 6" hairline crack in the center of her basement floor. When the ground is very wet and we get a rain she gets water up through them maybe a 2 sq.ft. puddle. What would you suggest as the fix for this? Can it be sealed? I have heard of an injected material that expands to cause a seal can't recall any details. Who should she call?

Thank you Jim Bunton
 

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Hydraulic cement. Mix it just a little soupy and work fast.
Git Rot is a penetrating, flexible epoxy intended for wood but works fine for hairline cracks in concrete.
 
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