Repair The Cracks On Your Cement Floor Permanently In As Little As 10 Minutes With This Tutorial.

While it’s normal for cement floors to gain cracks every once in a while, restoration can be expensive since it often requires hiring professional services. It’s a good thing that fixing cracks on cement floors is not really as hard as it looks, because all you need is one item and a few other tools to get those cracks repaired in as little as 10 minutes.

The video features the 10-Minute Concrete Mender — an absolutely amazing cement crack mender that you can use at home. This technique is compatible to use for all industrial type floors and can still be using even in extremely cold temperatures.

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3 thoughts on “Repair The Cracks On Your Cement Floor Permanently In As Little As 10 Minutes With This Tutorial.

  • December 10, 2017 at 1:07 pm
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    I did just about the same thing using grey self leveling concrete caulking with a cover of sand over the top coat. One step polyurethane caulking costs less. The material is a somewhat similar polyurethane material to the two part mix of the video. Two part mixes such as that used in this video tend to be stronger and perhaps quicker setting, but also require extra expense for equipment…

    It can help spreading the caulking around to heat the caulking tubes before use, particularly the thicker stuff, if its needed — Set the tubes on a sunny car dashboard on a sunny day for an hour, or place under the hood of a warm engine also works assuming the tube or tip isn’t going to melt from the heat of the hot engine. A hot water bath won’t work for heating cardboard caulking tubes — the wet tube may fall apart when you try squeezing out the goo.

    The diamond cutter used in the video could improve results. I just pressure washed the cracks to remove junk and loose debris, then blew it with compressed air, let dry for a day or so. If one is impatient, a heat gun might speed drying up, but don’t over do it with too much heat or you might create new cracks or other issues with the cement.

    For wide crack sections that may go down to China, you must apply thicker concrete caulking to plug the crack and let that set up for a day. If it’s not plugged, the thinner self leveling concrete caulking will drain down the hole and may never fill the crack — deep cracks must be plugged with thicker stuff. Once the thick stuff is set (a day), then come back with the self leveling goo and sand.

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    • December 10, 2017 at 5:09 pm
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      Thank you for this great feedback.

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    • December 21, 2017 at 7:51 am
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      Thank you for the added information

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