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Quikrete 40 lb. Vinyl Concrete Patcher
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Quikrete

40 lb. Vinyl Concrete Patcher

  • Multi-purpose concrete repair material
  • Trowels to a feather edge
  • Strong adhesive properties
$14.45 /each

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Quikrete 40 lb. Vinyl Concrete Patcher is ideal for making smooth repairs to crack or chipped concrete floors, sidewalks or steps. It has strong adhesive properties allowing it to be applied down to a featheredge. Quikrete 40 lb. Vinyl Concrete Patcher is made of a special blend of vinyl resin, fine sand and Portland cement.

  • Use for making smooth repairs to sound, but chipped or cracked concrete floors, sidewalks or steps
  • Can be applied to a featheredge of 1/16 in.
  • No need to add a bonding agent, just add water
  • High-strength 5,000 psi repair product
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Can this product be used in a basement?

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May 17, 2016
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We will need additional information about your project to determine if QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher will be the most suitable product for your application. QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher is designed for making repairs to small areas of concrete surfaces which are cracked, chipped, or spalled. For deeper patches, do not apply more than ¼ inch thick per lift and allow it to cure completely before Read More
We will need additional information about your project to determine if QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher will be the most suitable product for your application. QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher is designed for making repairs to small areas of concrete surfaces which are cracked, chipped, or spalled. For deeper patches, do not apply more than ¼ inch thick per lift and allow it to cure completely before adding another lift. Vinyl Concrete Patcher is not intended to be used as a coating, or over a large area (must be less than 2 square feet in area). Please call the QUIKRETE® Technical Center at 1-800-282-5828 to discuss further. Read Less
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May 16, 2016
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Yes, this can be used in a basement.
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What is the recommended thickness this product can be applied on horizontal surfaces? All at once or in layers?

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Have looked in your various docs about this product. I would think the recommended maximum thickness and whether it should be applied in layers for horizontal and vertical applications would be mentioned somewhere. Please advise. Sorry if I missed any indication of such.
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April 23, 2016
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I use this often on driveways it's very easy to work with and I have done entire driveways, you only mix what you can spread at the time. I have also used it on small stucco jobs as a finish coat with a sponge finish. It has great bonding agents in it. I will come back at the end of the day and post a pic of one I am doing today
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March 14, 2016
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QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher is designed for making repairs to small areas of concrete surfaces which are cracked, chipped, or spalled. For deeper patches, do not apply more than ¼ inch thick per lift and allow it to cure completely before adding another lift. It is not intended to be used as a coating, or over a large area (must be less than 2 square feet in area). When making repairs, getting a Read More
QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher is designed for making repairs to small areas of concrete surfaces which are cracked, chipped, or spalled. For deeper patches, do not apply more than ¼ inch thick per lift and allow it to cure completely before adding another lift. It is not intended to be used as a coating, or over a large area (must be less than 2 square feet in area). When making repairs, getting a good color match is difficult. QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher is a fairly dark repair product. Performing a small test patch in a discrete area in advance to allow you to evaluate the appearance of the final repair is recommended. Please contact the QUIKRETE® Technical Center at 1-800-282-5828 if you have further questions. Read Less
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Can this concrete patch be used to build up approximately 3/4th inch to 1/8th inch across a 5' x 10' area of garage floor?

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May 13, 2015
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Off the top of my head, without researching what else is available for your needs, I'd say this probably wouldn't be my first choice for your purpose. You probably want something made for floor leveling. This stuff is more for fixing areas where chunks of concrete have chipped off.
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September 29, 2014
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No, this is a larger area than the QUIKRETE Vinyl Concrete Patcher is intended to be used. QUIKRETE FastSet Repair Mortar, #1241, may be used. Note that this is a fast setting product. It will be crucial that you have sufficient equipment and man power to allow apply material to the entire area before any of it has set. If some of the material sets before subsequent material is applied, a cold joint will Read More
No, this is a larger area than the QUIKRETE Vinyl Concrete Patcher is intended to be used. QUIKRETE FastSet Repair Mortar, #1241, may be used. Note that this is a fast setting product. It will be crucial that you have sufficient equipment and man power to allow apply material to the entire area before any of it has set. If some of the material sets before subsequent material is applied, a cold joint will form. A cold joint is caused by the inability of the product to intermix between mixes, and prevents the application from being a single, solid mass. A cold joint may cause problems ranging from a simple aesthetic issue, to as serious as potentially allowing for water intrusion into the cold joint, which may eventually lead to concrete degradation. You may also consider using QUIKRETE Sand Topping Mix #1103 blended with QUIKRETE Concrete Acrylic Fortifier #8610 replacing a portion of the water content – this is a normal setting product, which will allow you more time to place it. However, it cannot be used for areas thinner than 3/8” due to the aggregate it contains. Please contact the QUIKRETE Technical Center at 1-800-282-5828 to discuss further. Read Less
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Can several small batches be mixed from a single bag?

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Does the entire bag have to be mixed at one time, much like regular concrete mix? Or can a few pounds at a time be removed from the bag and mixed to patch small areas?
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April 23, 2014
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When I was patching the side of the house, I did it in batches. I would open the bag, make what I needed, then seal the bag and store it in a moisture-proof container (I used a 5 gallon tub with lid I picked up at a bakery). This worked fine for me and was cheaper than buying a 5 or 10 pound tub every so often.
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The entire bag of QUIKRETE Vinyl Patcher does not need to be mixed with water at one time, but if small quantities are going to be utilized, it is strongly recommended to pour the entire contents of a bag into a pail and blend it dry (in case any shifting / settling of material has occurred during transportation), then take the needed quantity from that. Storing material from an opened bag in a tightly Read More
The entire bag of QUIKRETE Vinyl Patcher does not need to be mixed with water at one time, but if small quantities are going to be utilized, it is strongly recommended to pour the entire contents of a bag into a pail and blend it dry (in case any shifting / settling of material has occurred during transportation), then take the needed quantity from that. Storing material from an opened bag in a tightly closed pail or sealed bag will protect the unusused product from excess moisture which can cause it to hydrate prematurely. Read Less
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40 lb. Vinyl Concrete Patcher is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from On Crumbling Basement Walls it worked great! Although the product specs don't mention use on concrete walls, we used bags and bags of this to repair our crumbling 100-year-old basement walls. We brushed the loose, sloughing concrete as best as we could, then wet the surface, then applied the mix. Now, 2 years later, there has not been any more crumbling and the patches have all held onto the surface perfectly. We are delighted with the results
Date published: 2012-09-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better bang for the buck Needed to patch cracks in the sidewalk to pass inspection. Not having done this before, I bought the tubs (would have been better off buying this bag). As others have stated, mixing instructions are off. I kept adding water until it was what I thought was a good consistancy, like cake icing (I am so not a contractor). I cleaned the cracks in the sidewalk, got out all the loose junk and got to work. I filled the cracks in the sidewalk, feathered the edges so that it would smoothly meet with the existing, and got the job done. I was concerned with the work because it was October and the nights were chilly. It set well and survived a winter of ice and salt. The next spring I picked up the 40lb bag and got to work patching the side of the house. The bigger holes (more than 1/2 in deep) I would spread out over several days, leaving at least 72hours for it to cure. It cured much better with the warmer evenings, but you also don't want it to be too hot and sunny when you put it down or it will dry too fast and be crumbly. I'm a DIYer, so have a clue. And that's really all you need for this. I'd never done concrete before yet my first project was a success. Don't necessarily go by the instructions, you may need to add more water (and if it is hot and sunny you may need to mist it once it is set so it doesn't dry too fast). Cake icing seemed to be a good consistancy, so shoot for that.
Date published: 2014-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Experience I've read a few negative reviews on here which leads me to believe people don't know what they're doing. First and foremost do a little more research before attempting something you haven't done before. Check youtube videos and the manufactures website. This will give you a much better idea of where to start. Anyway, with my experience this stuff goes on very easily as long as it's mixed properly, there aren't any clumps in it, and you prepare the surface you're applying to properly. If you have the skill to use this it will def stick to whatever you're applying it to. Love this stuff.
Date published: 2013-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is one of the best patches for long cracks and rough cement. This product works great for cracks and repair. Also used a a cold pack dry, brushed in with old broom. Then wet down with water. Keep damp, but do not over soak.Seemed to work fine. Hardened overnight. Cured in a couple of days.
Date published: 2013-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superior product for patching and feathering I love this stuff when it comes to repairing concrete walks or steps. You can feather it right out and it won't flake or chip. It's probably three times the money than a regular bag, but doing the job only once is certainly worth it. BTW, once I saw that "quiet" was an option I just HAD to check the box! Noisy cement is very annoying - ha ha.
Date published: 2013-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Terrific Moldable Concrete I am giving a facelift to old concrete steps by stamping a brick pattern on sides and facings using this concrete. So far, so good.
Date published: 2016-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Darn Good This product is easy to mix without mistake and works very well on larger cracks....way bigger than 1/2 inch deep or wide... without the need of layering the mix in every two hours. I do not recommend if for anything under 1/2 inch though. Use Quickrete Concrete Crack Sealer in the liquid quart squeeze container for cracks less than 1/2 inch wide or deep.
Date published: 2010-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product I used this stuff years ago (maybe 10 ) in a area which sees the most water(by faucet) and a high traffic area. Still looks like it did when I put it down.It won't match concrete in color. I really don't think anything will match a concrete patch, all concrete is different color. Put new concrete next to old and it will be different. I plan on using this on my rough basement wall in places before I paint. I know it will work based on my usage before.Good stuff!! Also I live in Michigan where it freezes every year.
Date published: 2016-01-03
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