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Model # 12063

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Store SKU # 396092

345 1-qt. Pre-Mixed Patch and Level

$9.97 /each

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Model # 12063

Internet # 202046251

Store SKU # 396092

The Henry 345 1-qt. Premixed Patch and Level compound is designed for smoothing and repairing concrete, wood and masonry surfaces. It can also be used to patch non moving joints in concrete. Ready to use formula, no mixing required.

  • Dries in 2-3 hours
  • For indoor or outdoor use
  • Covers up to 5 sq. ft.
  • White

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Product Width (in.) 
Details
Commercial / Residential 
Commercial / Residential 
Flooring Product Type 
Patching/Repair 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Product Weight (lb.) 
3.52 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year Limited 

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product not dry after 18 hours.

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August 3, 2015
I filled in nonmoving expansion joints on my garage floor to prep for priming and laying self stick tiles. that was 18 hours ago and product is still not hard. Room temp was 74. I turned ac up to 80 all night. now turned AC off so it gets hot in the room to help. When can I install primer and tiles? must it be completely hard?
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Attleboro, MA
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August 4, 2015
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Yes, it should be hard. I filled a gap in my bathroom floor and the directions said it would dry in a few hours but I had to wait 24 hours before it was completely hard. It will dry, it just takes longer than what the directions say it will. You should be pleased with the results, I was.
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The only time I've seen what you're describing happen, one of my newer tech's filled a 18 inch long crack that was easily 4 inches deep. It just wouldn't set. Maybe it would have eventually but I had him pull it out and start over with generous backer and applied the Henry 345 a quarter inch at a time to a depth of 3/4 inch letting each layer dry. The product is only meant for shallow application and Read More
The only time I've seen what you're describing happen, one of my newer tech's filled a 18 inch long crack that was easily 4 inches deep. It just wouldn't set. Maybe it would have eventually but I had him pull it out and start over with generous backer and applied the Henry 345 a quarter inch at a time to a depth of 3/4 inch letting each layer dry. The product is only meant for shallow application and should be applied no more than a 1/4 inch at a time (1/8 is even better) and allowed to dry before applying another quarter inch. If your expansion joint is very deep or goes to ground, it may be a while before it dries. On the other hand, if the joint is not very wide and you're laying something as rigid as, say, VCT, I'd at least consider testing a tile lay. It may be dry enough to support it. I wouldn't try it with rolled flooring. Hope that helps. Read Less
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I have a depression in my floor where an old heater used to be. Will this do the job of bring it back to level. The patch will be around 2' X 4'.

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Millville, NJ
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July 20, 2015
Will 1gt do my job
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July 21, 2015
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Yes, it will do a great job. I used it to fill a gap between my tub and the subfloor. Whoever put the tub in installed it on the original floor and then put subflooring on the rest of the floor. They didn't but it up against the tub. The old linoleum the put in was sinking down in that spot. I took out the old linoleum and filled the gap with the patch and it was completely level and dried as hard as a Read More
Yes, it will do a great job. I used it to fill a gap between my tub and the subfloor. Whoever put the tub in installed it on the original floor and then put subflooring on the rest of the floor. They didn't but it up against the tub. The old linoleum the put in was sinking down in that spot. I took out the old linoleum and filled the gap with the patch and it was completely level and dried as hard as a rock. Then I put in the new linoleum in and it goes right up to the tub and doesn't sink down into a gap. It really hardened up nice and was level. It took 24 hours to dry. I think it said it takes 12 but it took 24 hours. It should work for what you're going to use it for. Good luck. Read Less
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July 21, 2015
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You bet. The product feathers well an concrete but it won't look the same so I hope this is in an unobtrusive location. Assuming the depression is not very deep, the quart should be plenty.
Good luck.
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applied outside to concrete - can I sand it to smooth?

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July 11, 2015
we couldn't get it to smooth out - we are covering with Rustoleum concrete paint 4x but on a sample spot too rough - don't want to keep layering on patch product if we can sand it smoorth
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I don't know how smooth you want it? I don't remember mine being that ruff where it would need to be smoothed if I was going to leave it exposed and paint it? You could try sanding it after it's been down 24 hours and has completely dried?
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Use care and a 3M filter mask (or equivalent) if you end up sanding because the structural component of the mixture is crystalline silica; very tiny TINY crystals that can do a number on mucus membranes and lungs... BE OVERYLY CAREFUL> That said, I've used 60 grit in an orbital sander to smooth 345 in a wood flooring substrate application, so it is sandable. To be fair, I wasn't needing a smooth surface Read More
Use care and a 3M filter mask (or equivalent) if you end up sanding because the structural component of the mixture is crystalline silica; very tiny TINY crystals that can do a number on mucus membranes and lungs... BE OVERYLY CAREFUL> That said, I've used 60 grit in an orbital sander to smooth 345 in a wood flooring substrate application, so it is sandable. To be fair, I wasn't needing a smooth surface for painting, I was knocking down an obtrusive plywood ridge. A minor qualification to that point is that I've not sanded it when I've used it with concrete. Couldn't help but wonder if your container of 345 was a bit dry. It's shelf live "before opening" is a year but once opened, even if the lid is securely replaced, that time shrinks to a couple months at best and is much harder to work to a smooth surface.
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Can glue be applied to this product?

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I have pulled up the carpet on my builders grade 1x10 stairs and plan to install vinyl planks and nosing. I am possibly going to use this to level the awful treads prior to installing the vinyl planks which I plan to glue down. Is this compound ok to do that with or will "glue down applications" cause a problem?
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Yes it can. I put it in a gap next to a bath tub and put linoleum down. I put the glue right over the patch and the linoleum stuck to it like glue, LOL. Yes, you can put glue on it.
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May 19, 2015
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
“Yes, Flooring can be installed over HENRY 345 using adhesive. Read instructions on dry times specifically. ”
Thanks
The Home Depot User Generated Content Team
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Many more uses than expected... This stuff will take a day to dry fully if applied in anything but a thin layer, but if you have the time to spare, this stuff is amazing. I use it for its intended purpose of floor leveling/patching, but it also is fantastic for filling gaps in small drywall repairs and it doesn't require using tape, just finish up with drywall compound after the Henry's Patch fully cures. It's also great for filling the gaps between cement boards or filling the corners in a shower enclosure. It cures rock hard, virtually gluing two adjacent cement boards into one, with no mortar or tape needed. It works great for repairing old loose drywall anchors too. I can't be without it, always finding some new use that it excels at! April 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Does what it says it will**************************** May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great innovative product! This is a great time saving product. Multi purpose for both wood and concrete. Indoor/outdoor! Compatible with most adhesives and finishes! Pre-mixed for added convenience. April 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by does the job This product did fill the divots in my concrete basement floor. I had used another product and ran out, so I purchased this. It was easy to spread but it has a sandy texture to it, which I didn't particularity like. All in all the product did exactly what it was suppose to - April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good quality product Quick and easy concrete patch/ filler, good quality March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gooooooood Works great at leveling out old subfloor problem areas. Just ensure you get it as smooth as you can because it can be hard to sand March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for concrete patches. Great product. I bought this to fill on the holes left in my concrete sub-floor by removing carpet tack strips. The product does smooth very well and dries pretty quick. For me it dried as a slightly brown tint but will be installing laminate flooring on top of this so do not care. July 16, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by did the job The pre-mixed patch mixture was easy to apply and dried fast. It evened out the cracks and low spot in the concrete floor to enable the tiles to be laid flat. May 26, 2015
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