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Henry 345 1-gal. Premixed Patch and Level
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Henry

345 1-gal. Premixed Patch and Level

  • Dries in just 2 hours
  • Indoor and outdoor safe
  • For use on concrete, masonry, and wood
$24.97 /each

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A ready-to-use patching and leveling compound for smoothing and repairing concrete, wood and masonry prior to flooring installation. The Henry 345 1-gal. Premixed Patch and Level can be used indoors or outside on underlayment. The Patch and Level offers up to 20 sq. ft. of coverage per gallon.

  • Premix compound
  • Reusable container
  • Use a flexible sealant for moving concrete joints
  • Dries in 2 hours

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this be sanded?

Can this be sanded?
Asked by: Zman
Yes, with a heavier grit sand paper if you want to smooth out the ridge lines. Then a higher grit for smoother finish.
Answered by: JH
Date published: 2017-01-24

Can this product be painted after using on a basement floor?

Asked by: Dub
Installation instructions state that a high quality floor paint should be applied if this is used to patch a concrete floor (i.e. it's intended to be covered by something - either paint or another flooring material).
Answered by: ABDGA
Date published: 2017-01-08

Floor Leveling

Can this product be used as a substitute to level quick or other self leveling compounds when leveling a concrete sub floor prior to wood floor install?
Asked by: rstone
No.
Answered by: number1son
Date published: 2016-12-14

Painting Interior Cement Floors

Plan to paint the concrete floor where we ripped out the carpet and need to fill in the nail holes from the tack strip. Can I use this product since I will not be adding another type of floor over it?
Asked by: Jea9
It dries very much like concrete. Just makes sure to coat the holes smooth. There is no sanding this material after it sets.
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2016-05-22
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345 1-gal. Premixed Patch and Level is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 53.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for filling imperfections, and minor leveling This is very thick so it isn't like a self-leveling mix, but is good for filling cracks, holes, voids, etc. I found that misting he surface slightly with water helped the mix spread and stick better. I used this on a wood floor in prep for a follow-up skimcoat, and then glue-down carpet squares. I did have to press the mix into the narrow cracks and, the more I worked the mix, the less it wanted to 'stick,' thus the suggestion to mist the surface very lightly. Also, don't be afraid to 'clean' your trowel or putty knife of the drying mix - it dries very fast, which contributes to the lack of 'stick' when worked. Keep the lid on the bucket, unless you are scooping more mix out. It dries very fast.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to apply. I needed to build-up and level a few kitchen flooring areas before hardwood floor... Easy to apply. I needed to build-up and level a few kitchen flooring areas before hardwood floor installation due to moving a large cabinet that exposed plywood subfloor. It was easy to apply and feather with a trowel. As long as you work with smaller areas, the set-up time is very manageable. Clean-up is easy -- just a bit of water for your trowel and if you miss a few lumps of excess around the perimeter of your built-up floor area, it's easy to remove with a light shearing tap from a chisel or flat blade screwdriver. If I had a larger area to do or larger build-up requiring more leveling compound, I would have gone with the the mix-yourself variety. For my 8 sq ft at 1/8" or less build-up, this worked great.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Read the reviews and questions/answers before buying! Relatively expensive for a material that i... Read the reviews and questions/answers before buying! Relatively expensive for a material that is more difficult to use than it should be. It is the consistency of thick cake frosting and it will not self level at all. It stays where you put it and remains in the as-worked surface finish. Dries hard as a rock and is difficult to sand. I used it to improve the profile at plywood subfloor joints prior to laying down laminate flooring. I used a 10" drywall taping knife to spread and smooth it but wish I had thinned the material and used something closer to about 2 ft long as a screed to spread it and get better tapering. I also recommend using a light shining at a low angle to the floor to accentuate high/low/rough areas as you work. I found several excessively irregular and rough areas that were not visible with direct overhead lighting. It dries exceedingly slowly (i.e., overnight) if applied more than about 1/16 in thick. It definitely sticks to tools and anything else it gets on. On an earlier project I used drywall compound to smooth the transitions at subfloor joints prior to putting down laminate floor. It was cheaper, easier to use, much easier to sand, and worked fine.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was replacing the flooring in my house, and the old tongue-and-groove sub-floor was a less-than... I was replacing the flooring in my house, and the old tongue-and-groove sub-floor was a less-than-ideal surface for installing new flooring. The old floor creaked a lot, due to gaps and low spots in the sub-floor, and I needed something to level it out. Self-leveling products would not work properly since one side of the flooring area is lower than the other by 1 1/2", and hence would distort the floor's relationship to walls, doors, etc... The premixed patch is extremely easy to use and accomplished what I needed it to do.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Needed to level out a low spot on concrete before... Needed to level out a low spot on concrete before installing vinyl floor plank - an area about 2 1/2 ' in diameter. I filled in the spot that evening with about 1/4 in thick patch and level and by morning it's was prefect - rock solid. The product went on like spreading butter. Very easy to use.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Very easy to apply have used to fill cracks and level low spots without fail. It can be difficult to sand so make sure you get it smooth
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product worked really good. Would buy it again if needed. Product worked really good. Would buy it again if needed.
Date published: 2016-11-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from premix patcch n level review does what it says. skins out to a feather edge. dries a little slower than it says
Date published: 2016-10-04
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