Model # 100680

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Quikrete 80 lb. Crack-Resistant Concrete
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Quikrete

80 lb. Crack-Resistant Concrete

  • Reduces cracks caused by drying shrinkage
  • Superior workability and finish
  • Fiber -reinforced
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Product Overview

Quikrete 80 lb. Crack-Resistant Concrete is designed to significantly reduce the amount of cracking caused by drying shrinkage. This concrete is ideal for driveways, walkways, floors, sidewalks and patios. The special blend of cement, sand, gravel, fibers and admixtures makes this the perfect concrete for both the professional and novice user who wants to tackle a concrete project.

  • Designed to be used in slab-on-grade applications without the use of wire mesh
  • Reduces the amount of cracking caused by drying shrinkage
  • Offers superior workability
  • Provides superior impact resistance
  • 4,000 psi concrete mix
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide
  • Note: product may vary by store



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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (cu. ft.)
.6
Product Depth (in.)
13
Product Height (in.)
4
Product Length (in.)
20

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
GRAY
Compression strength (psi)
4000
Features
Crack Resistant
Material
Concrete
Mix Type
Crack Resistant
Overhead Use
No
Product Weight (lb.)
80lb
Use Location
Floor
Working time (min.)
60

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Customer Questions & Answers

The top of my driveway is chipping off in spots and getting worse--Will any thing put over my spots and also complete driveway work .

Just walking on the driveway will sometimes cause a small spot to crack and a quarter inch of cement will come loose
Asked by: Anonymous
Cement with mortar included will fix the problem. Mix well with good consistency
Answered by: Raven
Date published: 2016-06-02

what all materl is in this bag gavel sdand ? im needing none cracking with no rocks or gavel

what all materl is in this bag gavel sdand ? im needing none cracking with no rocks or gavel
Asked by: mikey
This is a mixture of gravel, sand, fiber, and cement. It is very crack resistant.
Answered by: Pgittins
Date published: 2017-06-27

How many bags would 16'L by 15'w by 4"depth

Basement flooring
Asked by: Josef
With that size of sq ft you may do better to bring in a cement truck. They charge by the yard with a 3 yard minimum. If you are using it as a garage or heavy equipment ask for a 6 sack fiber mix. If weight is not a concern use a standard mix. Let your concrete company know your plans and they will help guide you. A truck just may be cheaper, easier and quicker. Have your forms set and everything ready when they arrive. Also tell them your distance to your sight so they will be prepared as well. Good luck with your project!
Answered by: Batman
Date published: 2017-08-02

What is the curing time on the crack resistant concrete

Asked by: nick
QUIKRETE® Crack Resistant Concrete Mix (No. 1006-80) standard setting concrete, so it will have a typical set time of approximately 4-6 hours if the temperature is approximately 70 degrees F. At higher temperatures, the set time will be somewhat faster, while at cooler temperatures, it will be slower. The earliest potential walk on time for QUIKRETE® Crack Resistant Concrete Mix (No. 1006-80) is 16 hours and a drive on time of a minimum of 7 days.. This would be under ideal conditions. Although it will be set, or hardened, it does not yet have significant strength gain at that point. If your question is something other than this, please contact the QUIKRETE® Technical Center directly at 1-800-282-5828.
Answered by: QUIKRETEProductExpert
Date published: 2016-09-05
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Customer Reviews

80 lb. Crack-Resistant Concrete is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from An ABSOLUTE horrible product. Made 4 orchid stands. Used 4X4's with rebar support at the bottom p... An ABSOLUTE horrible product. Made 4 orchid stands. Used 4X4's with rebar support at the bottom put into 5 gallon buckets. Mixed the first bag of crack resistant concrete using the 3 quart mix as per instructions but added another quart as it looked too dry. The other bag of concrete I used the max of 5 quarts. Neither turned out good. Too many rocks and lacking enough cement to cover everything. Now my project looks terrible. You've got to be nuts to buy this product. Home Depot should pull this product from the shelves. I wasted over $100 on making these orchid stands. Should have listened to the previous commenters complaining about the lack of cement in the mix and too many rocks. Shame on you Quikrete for marketing a lousy product! I hope someone does something about this..........
Date published: 2017-06-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Used on interior shower floor We prev used regular concrete on the shower floor and it cracked badly. So we ripped it all out and used the quickcrete crack control. Worked well, but ended up with hard to trowel smooth. We had to chisel out raised areas to get the surface smooth. But no cracks at all. All in all we are pleased now we will be installing the tile next.
Date published: 2017-06-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too many pebbles Couldnt use this on my sidewalk. I guess its not for light repairs. Tons of rock pebbles. I did use it in some deep cracks at least. Hard to smoothen. Only paid $5 at least.
Date published: 2017-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I use the crack resistant mix without steel reinforcement for patios and areas that will not get ... I use the crack resistant mix without steel reinforcement for patios and areas that will not get vehicular traffic. Works well.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by from 3 of the 10 bags had moisture in them resulting... 3 of the 10 bags had moisture in them resulting in 30% loss of material.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent texture and smooth surface. ... Excellent texture and smooth surface.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I have worked with Sakrete back in the 80's and mixed hundreds of wheelbarrows of concrete and mo... I have worked with Sakrete back in the 80's and mixed hundreds of wheelbarrows of concrete and mortar mix. So working with concrete was second nature to me. I recently purchased 25 bags of Crack Resistant Quikrete from Home Depot so not to have to use rebar for an outdoor oven project. 3 of the bags were cured solid and about 5 or more were partially cured and the rest had a few chunks of cured material in. I mixed by hand with hoe and wheelbarrow. The mix would ball up in small marble sized balls that when hand crushed would pulverize. Adding more water didnt help. Out of 25 bags maybe one bag seemed to mix up correctly and adhere to itself and a trowel. Because I never worked with quikrete or crack resistant blends I thought maybe that was normal? I poured it anyways. The concrete had the tiniest aggregate I have ever seen and looked like crushed pumice. Floating actually brought the tiny aggregate to the surface making it difficult to float. This was opposite of what floating should do as though the cement was missing. I trowed and broom finished and it looked like it was curing really fast. I mist sprayed regularly. The temperature was a perfect 70 degrees going down to 55 overnight. The finish didnt look right and I had a feeling this was a bad blend and that the concrete bags were exposed to weather. After a couple days I tested a slump pile I set aside for hardness and it crumbled in my hands. So I removed the forms of the 6" pad because I was sure that there was something wrong. Sure enough you can see the results in the photos. DIYer beware! Dont buy Quikrete from Home Depot - this product lacks quality control and if I had to guess it was sitting in an outdoor storage yard over several winters. Quikrete rep claims incorrect water ratio. If it required more water then they should indicate so. Especially a specialized product. But I dont think that was the issue based on my experience. Thankfully Home Depot refunded the cost of material - but now I have to tear down and haul out the waste and start all over at my expense. Going back to Sakrete products but definitely not from Home Depot.
Date published: 2017-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from hard core fix for chimney Ripped off mortar cap installed by useless bricklayers. Laid 2 courses of brick and fliiled cavity with 3/8 rebar web and this stuff which is troweled to a crown around the flue. ~4-5 in thick per instructions. Sealant applied to cap and brick and it is a permanant fix for generations. This stuff goes where you never intend to return. Hardcore.
Date published: 2013-08-19
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