By Leigh Bennett. Concrete Tools. Published at Friday, October 05th, 2018 - 21:11:51 PM.
The next operation was using a hilt chipping hammer to remove all the concrete between the scores down ¾ of an inch so that the Cerlon can be poured at least ¾ of an inch thick. Only a ½” of Cerlon is needed to make the area impervious to the salt, but we figure that we go to ¾ of an inch to make sure the salt will not affect our repair. Once this is done and the spoilage is removed the concrete has to be cleaned and remove as much of the dust as possible. Cerlon will chemically bond with the concrete so you do not need to put any product as a bonding agent as you do with concrete.
If you insist on a paint or \\"concrete stain\\" be prepared to have to redo your floor every two to three years. If you dont mind having to do this or your budget is limited please take the recommended prep to heart as this will increase your chances of longevity of your floor by a factor of at least 50%. When deciding on products for your floor try to find paint that is higher in solids than others. This will give you a better chance of receiving a good product. Behr, Duron and Olympic are good choices for this type of product.
How To Choose The Best Decorative Concrete Coating Technique - Decorating your home in a beautiful way is an art that only few people know how to do. If you want to improve your concrete slab around the patios, driveways, pools and walkways of your house, there are numerous techniques available. However, these decorative coating techniques are used only on finished solid areas. Therefore, if you find any concrete slab is peeling off, repair it first before applying decorative concrete coating materials to it.
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