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SAKRETE 20 lb. Flo-Coat Resurfacer
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SAKRETE

20 lb. Flo-Coat Resurfacer

  • Make old, worn concrete look new again
  • Used to resurface large areas of concrete
  • Superior bonding strength
$2199 /each

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SAKRETE Flo-Coat is a flowable product used to rejuvenate old concrete surfaces. It's a great alternative to expensive concrete replacement. A polymer modified, flowable resurfacing material for making old concrete surfaces look new again.

  • Makes old, worn concrete look like new
  • Highly flowable material for resurfacing large areas of concrete
  • Easy to apply with a lightweight squeegee
  • Polymer modified for superior bonding strength
  • Easy to apply
  • Approximate 20 minutes working time
  • 5,000 psi
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide

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What is the proper tool or tools to use with this product. I'm thinking of using this to refinish a concrete step. The standing push squeegee seems overkill.
Asked by: jreed
I used a small and wide blade putty knife
Answered by: Blair
Date published: 2017-03-25

Can you add color to this to make it a different color?

Asked by: TinyTribe
Yes.
Answered by: HaaHaa11
Date published: 2016-12-16

what surface area will sackrite flo coat will 20 pounds cover

i can't find this information
Asked by: Augie
Beats me
Answered by: Stu
Date published: 2017-05-19

what is the sq ft coverage

Asked by: hthap
20 to 30 sq ft, depend upon surface to be covered
Answered by: HaaHaa11
Date published: 2016-10-12
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20 lb. Flo-Coat Resurfacer is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I watched the videos on youtube and this did not work anywhere close to what they portrayed. The... I watched the videos on youtube and this did not work anywhere close to what they portrayed. The sand was much coarser than I expected and in no way could I evenly spread the mixture with a squeegee. I ended up with lumps that I tried to dilute with water to get any reasonable spread. The 20# bucket will only cover about 10-15 sq feet which makes this a very expensive option. I have a second bucket but I will just use it for concrete repair.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good cement resurfacer I use this resurfacer to touch up the underpinning on my house. It worked very well for the minor cracks and broken pieces. For larger pieces that broke off you need to do it in a couple of stages and let the first one dry. I found using a spray bottle of water before you apply helps it to adhere better to the existing concrete. All in all I was very happy with the product.
Date published: 2017-03-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The resurfacer did not stick to my garage floor. On the third day, it cracked and 95% of it lift... The resurfacer did not stick to my garage floor. On the third day, it cracked and 95% of it lifted up with just our fingers. Some of this was my fault. The EDCO floor grinder cost $100 a day to rent, and the diamond blocks for it were $300 a day, so I went with the cheaper "masonry stones" ($60 per day) which I hoped would scratch it up enough, but that made the floor smoother rather than rougher. (These issues should be discussed in the directions.) However, I used a 5-inch diamond cup on a hand grinder to get closer to the edges and that left a nice rough profile, but the resurfacer did not stick there either. On most of the spalled areas it did not stick either even though the surface was very rough. On some of the spalled areas it stuck very well and we were unable to remove it completely, even with hammer and chisel. If the whole thing stuck like that, we would have been golden. We brought all sections of the concrete to "surface saturated dry" condition as directed. It you use this product, I would strongly recommend buying just one bucket and divide it up among several one foot squares to see if it will stick (each square bordered with 1/4-inch thick weather strip). (Also test the weather strip. One brand stuck too well and took adhesive remover to get it off the floor. Another brand worked fine.) Wait several days (at least 3) before deciding if the resurfacer will stick to the concrete. It is does not stick, it will be easy to lift up. If it does stick, jump around on it and hit it gently with a hammer. If it's solid, then buy more and do more, but keep testing as you go (wait at least 3 days per section).
Date published: 2017-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Slow set - easy to use. This product worked well for me. I've used other bag resurfacers, but always had trouble getting them to spread well. This stuff went down smooth and easy. I suspect the difference is that this is not a quick set product. The longer cure time makes it easier to work with, but you're not going to be laying tile on this stuff in 4 hours! Perhaps the steps I used will be of help to others. First, I checked the area to be patched with a straight edge - high spots were chiseled away. I cleaned the area with a shop vac, then wet it thoroughly. I covered the wet area with plastic and let it soak for about 4 hours. Just before mixing the product, I removed the plastic and blotted up the standing water with an old bath towel. I measured out about 60 oz of water, put a paddle mixer in my electric drill, and went to it. The 60 oz is slightly over the recommended amount - when I use this product again I'll use the recommended 56 oz. It didn't take long to get things smooth. Be sure to go around the sides of the tub as well as across the bottom to avoid any unmixed spots - it's tough to remix after you dump it onto the floor. For spreading, I used a 3 ft length of scrap wood rather than a squeege (didn't have a long squeege). A squeege would probably work better, particularly if you were trying for a feather edge in some areas. One mistake I made was trying to distribute the product by pouring selectively from the bucket. The material tends to settle in the bucket pretty quickly, and the first part of the pour ends up watery. Better is to just dump it one pile and then spread it - mix as you go, all the same. This would give a more uniform spread. Anyway, I'll use this stuff in the future. I'll leave the quick set stuff for the pros who don't want to come back the next day to finish the job.
Date published: 2016-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Addictive great product I tried the 20LB Flo-Coat resurfacer on my cracked backyard concrete surface over the weekend. The treated surface was about 4'x4' and I thought the 20LB bucket was enough for the job?! The mixing, applying was so easy and straightforward and I wonder what kind of special compound Sakrete put in there to make it to flow so smoothly. After I was half way through the job then I realized that I need to get another bucket to get it done....I later checked it on Sakrete website using their calculator/estimator and found out I do need about 2 buckets to treat the specified area. I cannot emphasize enough the importance of pre-cleaning the surface in order to get the best result.
Date published: 2015-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product delivers as advertised Flo-Coat is the only product I was able to find that does not just put a skim coat on old concrete, but can be placed up to 1/2" thick. Thus if you need to raise a low spot in a driveway to correct drainage Flow-Coat does the job. Any questions, check Sackrete's website and check the video. Twenty pound buckets are not full thus allowing for adding water and mixing without using some other container such as a wheel barrow. Mixed with a 1/2" drill motor and grout mixing attachment.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good product. End result is very good, but be careful with how much water to add. The instructions on the pail said add 5 quarts which I did and it was double the amount of water required. Fortunately I ordered 2 pails of flocoat so I was able to mix it properly, liquid enough to spread evenly but not watery or soupy. End result is great.
Date published: 2016-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did a great job for our porch and steps Great product that made our front steps and porch look like brand new. We used concrete patch for the sides because it was a thicker product. However for the re-finishing of the top of the steps and porch it was a great product. Our porch and steps were pitted and looked bad. we used one bucket of this and one bucket of the sakrete concrete patch. So like 30 bucks in all plus a trowel. Not a bad alternative to the quotes we got from some companies to replace all of it for $800 plus.
Date published: 2014-04-18
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