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Quikrete

Model # 100680

Internet # 100318448

Store SKU # 289310

80 lb. Crack-Resistant Concrete

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

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Model # 100680

Internet # 100318448

Store SKU # 289310

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
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
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Color Family 
Gray 
Compression strength (psi) 
4000 
Material 
Concrete 
Mix Type 
Crack Resistant 
Overhead Use 
No 
Product Weight (lb.) 
80 lb 
Working time (min.) 
60 
Warranty / Certifications
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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 .

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Bartlesville, Ok
March 7, 2013
Just walking on the driveway will sometimes cause a small spot to crack and a quarter inch of cement will come loose
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January 14, 2014
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Cement with mortar included will fix the problem. Mix well with good consistency
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October 19, 2013
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From the product data sheet. I suggest this product. QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher is designed to make thin repairs
to spalled, cracked or pitted concrete floors, driveways, sidewalks,
steps or any other horizontal concrete surface. QUIKRETE® Vinyl
Concrete Patcher is a very versatile product that can be used indoors
or outdoors, is easy to apply and can be feather-edged to old
concrete or masonry. It
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From the product data sheet. I suggest this product. QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher is designed to make thin repairs
to spalled, cracked or pitted concrete floors, driveways, sidewalks,
steps or any other horizontal concrete surface. QUIKRETE® Vinyl
Concrete Patcher is a very versatile product that can be used indoors
or outdoors, is easy to apply and can be feather-edged to old
concrete or masonry. It has good durability and toughness. It bonds
excellently to clean, structurally sound concrete without the need for a
bonding agent. QUIKRETE® Vinyl Concrete Patcher has excellent
resistance to ultraviolet light and heat, has good color retention and is
self-curing. No additional bonding agent or additive is needed. Enjoy, Tommy-G
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March 8, 2013
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Any repairs or resurfacing must be made to existing sound concrete surfaces. Based upon the description provided, if the action of a person walking on it can cause spots to crack and portions of it come loose, indications are that the driveway in its entirety may be unsound. If repair or resurfacing is done without starting with sound concrete, there is potential for it to be a short term solution. To Read More
Any repairs or resurfacing must be made to existing sound concrete surfaces. Based upon the description provided, if the action of a person walking on it can cause spots to crack and portions of it come loose, indications are that the driveway in its entirety may be unsound. If repair or resurfacing is done without starting with sound concrete, there is potential for it to be a short term solution. To better evaluate the condition of the concrete, any weak, cracking material should be removed, through pressure washing, wire brush, chiseling, etc. Once the weakened material has been removed, you will be able to better evaluate what remains to see what action is needed next. Read Less
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March 8, 2013
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New concrete will NOT stick to old dried concrete.
To do the job correctly you will have to remove the old concrete and replace it with this new crack resistant concrete AND new rebar!
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What is the curing time on the crack resistant concrete

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April 25, 2016
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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 Read More
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. Read Less
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April 25, 2016
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Depends on project. How thick? Driveway or patio? 72 hrs of cure time is a rule of thumb.
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April 23, 2016
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Curing takes 5 to 7 days.
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How many bags will I need for a 32 ft x 32 ft slab 4.5 in in depth?

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How many bags will I need for a 32 ft x 32 ft slab 4.5 in in depth?
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November 2, 2015
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I would consider scheduling a mixer truck instead of mixing sacks. A good strong blend is a 6 sack fiber mix that has strength and durability that will last for years and you can drive a truck over it with no damage.
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April 28, 2015
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An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Crack Resistant Concrete Mix yields 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. A 32 ft x 32 ft x 0.375 ft (4.5 in) slab will require 384 cubic feet of concrete, or 640 80 lb bags of Concrete Mix. Yields will vary based upon waste, uneven subgrade, etc.
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April 24, 2015
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It will take approximately 520 bags to fill 1024 square feet to a depth of 4.5 inches. Each 80-lb bag will cover .6 cubic feet of space.
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How many bags for 11ft. By 5ft. 31/2 inch. Thick

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May 23, 2016
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An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE® Crack Resistant Concrete Mix yields 0.6 cubic feet when placed. An 11 foot by 5 foot area at 3 ½ inches (0.292 feet) thick will require 16 cubic feet of concrete, or 27 bags (of 80 lb each) of QUIKRETE® Crack Resistant Concrete Mix. Typical slabs are 4 inches (1/3 feet) thick, which would require 18.3 cubic feet of concrete, or 31 bags (80 lb each) of QUIKRETE® Concrete Read More
An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE® Crack Resistant Concrete Mix yields 0.6 cubic feet when placed. An 11 foot by 5 foot area at 3 ½ inches (0.292 feet) thick will require 16 cubic feet of concrete, or 27 bags (of 80 lb each) of QUIKRETE® Crack Resistant Concrete Mix. Typical slabs are 4 inches (1/3 feet) thick, which would require 18.3 cubic feet of concrete, or 31 bags (80 lb each) of QUIKRETE® Concrete Mix.Yields will vary based upon waste, uneven subgrade, etc. Read Less
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May 21, 2016
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You will need 37 bags to fill a 11 ft. by 5 ft x 3.5" area.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Don't use on big jobs Did a large patio with this concrete 12'x74'. Set time was horrible. The stuff was hardening before the mixer could mix it. Had to add a lot more water then the instructions called for to keep it from hardening inside the mixer. I am afraid this will mean my patio is weaker then it should be because of the excessive water needed to keep this concrete from setting before it was poured. Unfortunately, I had ten pallets delivered of the stuff and it wasn't like I could pick it up and return it to the store. This may work fine for small jobs but I don't recommend it for any larger jobs. Used two different mixers so it wasn't the mixer. Thought the higher price would mean easier installation because I didn't need rebar for a patio. It wasn't. October 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Padio and Pond project looks and works great. I selected the 80 lb crack resistant concrete for my patio project because I wanted it to last. The video instructions on the web site were very valuable in helping me understand how to mix, and pour the concrete. I was able to do it in a few batches according to the time I had available. The end result looks very good in my humble opinion. I did the best I could and followed the instructions but I am really not much more than an novice. I have attached a picture because it truly is worth 1000 words. I am completely satisfied and my wife loves going out to the new patio area. She even likes going outside just to take a look. We worked hard, but it was well worth the effort and the satisfaction of a job well done cannot be overstated. I was also pleased with the color options we were able to add. May 21, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pillar Cap perfect Used this to pour a three inch cap on concrete block pillars at driveway entrance. Couldn't be more pleased! August 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BEST I used three different grades for my walk way. This by far is the easiest and best to work with. It's double the money, however worth every penny. Don't waste your time and energy. If you're using Forms this is the way to go. August 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The only product for my project! I chose this particular Quikrete product for my patio borders because they are too small to deal with reinforcing bars. Each border is 2" thick, 24" long and 5 inches high with tongue and groove ends. Some years ago you could buy that size but they no longer make them. The fibers mixed into the formula are just what was needed. The instructions were accurate, and I followed them down to the curing and finishing. The mix provided the exact volume advertised. My total waste was less than 2 shovels of mixed concrete. 4 border pieces from one 80 lb. bag! My form fit on a 4'x8' sheet of 3/4" plywood, and each pour resulted in 32 border pieces. My project requires a little over 70, and I just finished the first 64. Will proceed with construction of the patio, and wait for a final count before pouring the last pieces. No copyright required, I built the forms, poured the concrete, and took the pictures. Any one with a sense of construction can do the same thing. June 25, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by product did what I expected it to do. Product did what I wanted it to do. Will buy again. July 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does as advertizes. Excellent to work with. Easy to use. don't have to have experience. Home Depot customer service has become the best in the business. I online order and pick up at Wilshire union store weekly!!! January 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 19, 2013
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