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There's a small patch of concrete in my driveway that was broken a few years ago from a falling tree. It's on the edge, so it's not a big deal, thus a repair was not high on the list of DIY projects.
With the arrival of a Bosch self-sharpening wide chisel in this quarter's shipment of The Home Depot ProSpective tools, we knew it was time to make the repair. We got a Bosch hammer drill in the first year of the program so with the new chisel and hammer drill we were ready to break up some concrete!
Follow along as we made our very first concrete repair.
Ready. Set. Mix. Pour. And do it fast! We are using Rapid Set CementAll which sets up in 15 minutes and cures to structural strength in about one hour. Working together we were able to mix and pour before it set up. We followed the manufacturer's instructions to use cold water to slow down the process just a bit.
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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