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SAKRETE

Model 60200640

Internet #100350270

Store SKU #425628

40 lb. Fast Set Patcher

  • For rapid repairs of concrete steps, walks, drives and patios
  • For repairs from 1/4 inch to 2 inches
  • Just add water

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The SAKRETE 40 lb. Fast Set Patcher is a pre-blended, fast setting mixture that can be used for making quick repairs in concrete walks, slabs, floors, steps and driveways. The Patcher sets in 20 minutes and is ideal for applications of 1/4 in. to 2 in. (6.4 to 51 mm) in thickness. Does not require forms or braces.

  • Apply in thicknesses from 2 in. down to 1/2 in.
  • Use for cracks in concrete slabs, driveways, or sidewalks
  • Can also be used for broken steps, curbs, ramps, concrete overlays and large masonry cracks
  • For applications requiring a 1/2 in. to 2 in. T
  • Sets in as little as 10 minutes
  • High strength 5,000 psi
  • Walk on in approximately 4 hours
  • Just add water and mix
  • Coverage: 18 sq. ft. at 1/4 in.
  • Note: Product availability may vary by store

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How much concreted do I need and how long do I have to work the mix?

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I have an area that is 7 feet long, 1 foot wide and 1 INCH deep. If I'm calculating correctly according to the instructions on the bag I need 1 and 1/2 bags? Also, the bag says don't mix anymore that I can work in 5 minutes - yet - the specifications on the Home Depot web site says working time is 10 minutes. Which is it? This is important to me due to the area I'm working with.
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April 26, 2016
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This is a large area to try to use the Fast Set Patcher on. It would be easier to use the Sakrete Sand Mix with the Sakrete Bonder & Fortifier. The Sand Mix will take around 6-8 hours to set. It can be placed From 1/2" to 2" in thickness. The Fast Set working and placement time gives you roughly 10 minutes to place it, 5 minutes to work it. Because in 15 minutes it starts setting and you loose the Read More
This is a large area to try to use the Fast Set Patcher on. It would be easier to use the Sakrete Sand Mix with the Sakrete Bonder & Fortifier. The Sand Mix will take around 6-8 hours to set. It can be placed From 1/2" to 2" in thickness. The Fast Set working and placement time gives you roughly 10 minutes to place it, 5 minutes to work it. Because in 15 minutes it starts setting and you loose the workability of the product. Read Less
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April 25, 2016
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Hi PineIsland,
This product is for patching, not for laying out areas as large as yours. You need to use regular concrete mix for your project.
Mike
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August 27, 2015
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You can only apply Top N Bond over fully cured concrete. Full cure is at least 28 days. Yes, you will need to prep the area prior to application. The surface should clean and free of any loose dust, debris, oils, paints, and or sealers.
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how many square ft will 1 bag of sakrete patcher cover

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Close to 1 square foot at 4 inches thick, but it all depends on how thick you want to lay the patch.
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