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SAKRETE

Model 65455001

Internet #100275522

Store SKU #321134

10 lb. Top'n Bond Concrete Patcher

$8.99 /each
  • A high quality concrete patch, repair and resurfacing material
  • Apply in layers from 1/2 inch down to a feather edge
  • Superior abrasion resistance

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SAKRETE Top‘n Bond Concrete Patcher is a polymer modified sand cement repair mortar requiring only the addition of clean potable water. It is for applications from 1/2 in. (13 mm) to feather edge and can be used for refinishing, patching and general repairs to concrete/masonry. Sets in as little as 30 minutes.

  • Use for: repairing cracks in concrete slabs, driveways and sidewalks
  • Can be used to level uneven concrete surfaces
  • Can be applied with a trowel or used as a brush coat over larger areas
  • For interior and exterior applications
  • High strength 5,000 psi
  • Superior abrasion resistance
  • Covers approximately 4.5 sq. ft. at 1/4 in. thickness
  • Apply in layers from 1/2 in. down to a feather edge
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide
  • Note: Product availability may vary by store

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Expansion joint: Fill or leave empty

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August 28, 2016
I am planning on using Top And Bond in an attempt to build a "wedge" between
concrete slab that have lifted along an expansion joint.
Should I attempt to retain the expansion joint, or fill it in?
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August 29, 2016
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The joint should really be called a sacrificial contraction joint. Concrete is good at compressing, lousy at tension, which is the force that occurs in contraction. (That's why you put rebar in concrete, to compensate for this difficiency.) Either the joint clearly separates the slabs, with felt, wood, rubber or something in between. Otherwise, a slab gets a big score put across it by the mason, in some Read More
The joint should really be called a sacrificial contraction joint. Concrete is good at compressing, lousy at tension, which is the force that occurs in contraction. (That's why you put rebar in concrete, to compensate for this difficiency.) Either the joint clearly separates the slabs, with felt, wood, rubber or something in between. Otherwise, a slab gets a big score put across it by the mason, in some sort of hope the contraction cracks can be encouraged to happen in there. That looks much less nasty and is why I call it sacrificial. In your case, it was nice of the joint to separate rather cleanly along the joint, rather than breaking the slab into 5 jagged chunks! I'm kind of assuming the one slab was lifted by tree roots, as opposed to the other slab settling.
If you don't think the slabs are moving anymore, and you just want a short transition between them to make it less of a tripping hazard, I don't think I'd add a joint. I'd want to add strength to the repair by allowing it to be attached to the higher slab. There is even a nice little video by the manufacture about this: https://youtu.be/07blEEF0qxM
If you want to pour a larger more gentle transition on the low slab, then I'd add a true separation between the repair slabette (not a masonry term so don't use it around masons or you will be laughed at) and the higher slab. That way, if the slabs are continuing to move, it doesn't immediately wreck the repair job. I like the idea of using redwood or something relatively moisture impermeable. You can read more about gap filling here:
http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2012-06-15/classified/sns-201206041730--tms--askbildrctnab-a20120615-20120615_1_slabs-cracks-driveway
You might also want to add some acrylic concrete fortifier to the mix for added strength. Double check to make sure it is compatible with T&B though. If memory serves, it is.
Your height variation between slabs is rather substantial compared to the repair shown in the video. I encourage you to make the transition as gradual as possible. My friends in wheelchairs and old folks will be thankful for your efforts, as it is easy for we able-bodied folks to not be aware of how such things can make life miserable for them. Read Less
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August 29, 2016
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You will need to retain the expansion joint. You can use backer rod or weather stripping to help honor the joint. Strip the backer rod or weather stripping out after 24 hours.
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From the support line: "All expansion joints should be honored. Concrete must be prepped free of all sealers, paint, dust oil or grease or any foreign materials that would hinder proper bonding. Misting the area with water prior to applying the Sakrete Top & Bond will aid in the proper adhesion"
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Can I use this material to paint my concrete stair?

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My house has a concrete stair at entrance. Recently I repaired concrete surface(mainly on vertical sides): took out broken coating layer(not all, don't know which material it is) and loosen concrete, added Sakrete top'n bond and cleaned the whole stair. Now I am going to paint the stair with brush(no more trowel) to make it same gray natural color and kind of waterproof/and strength like original coating.
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July 11, 2016
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Could you provide more details about that brush coat application?
And what is the difference between it and general concrete resurface ?
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July 11, 2016
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There is a brush coat application using a soft paint brush or masonry brush, apply the mix no more than 1/8” thick.
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July 8, 2016
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You apply this product with a soft bristle broom, masonry brush or squeegee.
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can i add sand or small pebbles to the mix. can I apply the material to a driveway crack and then add pebbles over top?

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I HAVE NOT DONE THIS BUT I DON'T SEE WHY NOT, I AM SURE IT WILL WORK..
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Nothing can be added to this mix as it is made to be brushed on or applied in several thin coats rather than a thicker coat that you could add pebbles to .
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June 7, 2016
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You can only add water to the mix. We have no recommendation for adding additional materials because it will change the performance characteristics of the material.
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How many square feet does a bucket of sakcrete top and bond cover?

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May 11, 2016
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When mixed with .75 qt of water, 10 lbs. will cover 4.5 sq. feet at a thickness of 1/4".
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The 10lb bucket Covers approximately 4.5 sq. ft. at 1/4 in. thickness.
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Thanks for your question. When mixed with .75 qt of water, 10 lbs. will cover 4.5 sq. feet at a thickness of 1/4".
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Affordable solution for patch jobs What I love about this product is the way it is packaged. The bucket with a handle is extremely useful for transporting the concrete patch mix. The direction are very straightforward, and as stated - just add water and stir. Be sure to wear a protective mask when working with this product as the mix is very granular and is easily airborne. For a successful patch job, I found doing the necessary prep work - cleaning and roughing up the existing concrete helped the patch adhere well. April 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ADHERES WELL THIS IS REALLY EASY TO MIX AND APPLY, I USED ON MY SIDEWALK WHERE IT WAS HOLDING STANDING WATER. JUST SPREAD WITH A TROWEL, ADHERES WELL. September 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product The color matches well to most concrete and it adheres really well. September 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Loved It At First I picked up this stuff to fix some cracks in our driveway and patio. I used a total of three buckets of it, mixing and following the instructions exactly. Everything was great, until about two weeks later when virtually EVERYTHING I'd used it on developed a cracks itself. The product has good points like not really expiring and being easy to use only some at a time and most importantly the cracks formed were much smaller than the ones fixed, but still over an 85% re-cracking rate is just not acceptable. June 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A THIN COAT TOP ' N BOND CONCRETE PATCHER I was unsure what to use this on , but found that it is a very limited use product . I feel it would work best for a very thin coat of concrete patching. More for something like a crack repair , I had got it to level off some concrete on my patio that was washed out and had a lot of exposed stone and it worked on that , but covered such a small area that it would have been very costly to do the area that needed to be done. July 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Concrete Patcher Need to repair a spot on the driveway and found this product. It comes in a 10 lb container. You can mix the whole container or what you needed. I only use a portion of the product to repair my driveway. It was a warm day so you have to keep it moist so it doesn't dry out to fast. I put plastic over it to keep the moisture in so help it set correctly. Remove the plastic and look good. So far it been cool and having a lot of rain. It holding up really well. A great product. January 7, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by So, so repair! Repaired crack in driveway. Crack had gaps and was 12 foot long. Repair appeared good until five days later. Small crack line has appeared whole length of repair. Has been bone dry the whole time! June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good stuff to smooth over a rough concrete surface. Mixes nicely. Packaging (Tub with tight top) allows a portion to be used and then sealed for later use. Can be smoothed over a rough concrete surface to yield an attractive finish. End product sets nicely, and at least so far appears durable. May 10, 2016
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