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SAKRETE

Model # 60201130

Internet # 100350500

Store SKU # 321120

40 lb.Top 'N Bond Concrete Patcher in Gray

$17.76 /each
  • A high quality concrete patch, repair and resurfacing material
  • Apply in layers from 1/2 inch down to a feather edge
  • Superior abrasion resistance

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Product Overview

A polymer modified, sand and cement repair mortar for the resurfacing and patching of worn or chipped concrete surfaces. Superior bonding strength means long-lasting repairs. SAKRETE Top 'n Bond is a material used for patching, repairing or resurfacing concrete surfaces.

  • Apply with a towel, or as a brush coat over larger areas
  • Apply in layers from 1/2 in. down to a feather edge
  • Make old concrete surfaces look like new
  • Just add water
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
17.75 
Product Height (in.) 
4.5 
Product Length (in.) 
13 

Details

Color Family 
Gray 
Product Weight (lb.) 
40 lb 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
1 YR 

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40 lb.Top 'N Bond Concrete Patcher in Gray
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How much will 40lb. bag cover @ 3/8" thick ? Covering side walk.

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January 10, 2016
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Data sheet say 18 sq ft at 1/4 inch thick . So if my math is right 18*1/4=3/8*X., X=12 sq ft.
So should cover 12 square feet at 3/8" thick. I would not recommend this product.
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April 1, 2015
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It will cover approximately 3 sq ft - 3.1 sq ft at 3/8"
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How long must I wait to drive over a patched crack that is 1/2 inch deep by 1 inch wide?

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April 21, 2014
I would like to get an estimate on resurfacing the driveway with Sakrete Flo Coat but can't seem to find any professional who uses the product.
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January 10, 2015
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The product sheet states 4000 psi compressive strength in 7 days. 4000 is the c.s. of most concrete.
It says it reaches 5000 psi in 28 days.
If it was myself, I would wait 28 days.
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July 17, 2014
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Typically, you should wait for approximately 4 hours before driving over a patched crack, to give it ample time to dry.
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what do i use to suface and waterproof cinder block for a pool

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July 26, 2016
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You would need to go to a pool supply house. We do not have waterproofing material for pools.
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Top coating to smooth out floor?

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July 18, 2016
My ancient basement floor has some cracks and spalling. It also has a very rough finish that is hard to keep clean. I patched the cracks and removed all loose material.

I'm sure pros could mix it thick and smooth it nicely, but I am not that person! I'd like to mix Top 'n' Bond fairly thin, and spread it all over for a leveling effect. If I mix it to milkshake consistency will it spall in a few years, or fail in some other way?

I want the finish to be fairly smooth, just a bit of tooth for traction. I tried a few test areas with a normally thick mix, spreading it out as evenly as I could. Then I used a damp hand to sort of liquify the surface, smoothing it out and feathering the edges to the existing floor.

Is this a good plan? Is there a better way?

Also, is it okay to apply Top 'n' Bond in layers? Perhaps I want to go back and add more to fix under-filled craters a few days later. Is that okay?

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July 20, 2016
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A lot depends greatly on the condition of your ancient floor. One being the ancient part. How old is the floor and is it deteriorating? If the surface is soft enough that you can dig into it with a screwdriver and hit China, well that's not good. For that, you would have to grind the floor until you get o a solid base and then resurface it. Ok, if the floor is hard and sound, you will need to clean it Read More
A lot depends greatly on the condition of your ancient floor. One being the ancient part. How old is the floor and is it deteriorating? If the surface is soft enough that you can dig into it with a screwdriver and hit China, well that's not good. For that, you would have to grind the floor until you get o a solid base and then resurface it. Ok, if the floor is hard and sound, you will need to clean it really well to remove any loose material, dirt, dust, debris, paints, and or sealers that may be present. Once the surface has been properly prepped you can start doing any of the larger repairs with the Top-N-Bond. This material can be layered. It can be placed from1/2" down to a featheredge. As soon as the first layer is hard, around an hour or more, place the next layer on top. After all the patching is done then you can skim coat the floor with the Top-N-Bond over the whole area to even everything out. Be sure to apply and light broom finish before the material has set. All the layers and the resurfacing need to be done within 24 hours. If you wait longer than 24 hours then you will have to wait 28 days before placing another layer. Make sure that the surface is damp before applying the material and do not over water the material. Adding water to the surface of the material after it is down with cause it to be discolored and soft. If you need further assistance please calls us at 800-334-0784. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Ambivalent I mixed a bag in a well-washed wheelbarrow. I needed to raise the sidewalk level outside my rear garage door, as during a medium to heavy rain, water would drain into the garage between the bottom of the door and the sill. The area I covered was about 12 square feet, with the thickest area near the door being ~3/4" deep. Well, when dry, about 1 1/2 square feet (this was about ½” thick or less) had that dreaded hollow ring when I tapped it with a hammer. I had followed the directions: cleaning the old concrete, spraying with water, mixing a pancake batter slurry to put on, and then stiffening the mixture to trowel on. Unfortunately, I did not read the curing part of the instructions, as I may have waited too long to spray water on the surface every few hours. Another possibility is that I may have made the final mixture too wet. So, I'm neutral. Oh, the mixture had balled up so much, from baseball size to small marble size, that I had to physically use my hands to break the balls into powder, both in the dry phase and the wet phase. And, I made the mistake of not using gloves! (My hands were rough for a few days.) I will probably buy another bag and try again. This time, I will spray water on the surface and scrub with a brush before putting on the pancake batter slurry. Then, I will spray water on the finished surface after 2-3 hours of set or try using wet burlap bags. Sakrete’s video makes no mention about proper curing. June 25, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do9n't waste your money Poor quality and expensive. Impossible to finish trowel or broom finish. I have done a lot of concrete and brick work and this is the worst performing product I have used . As an alternative go to You Tube and find a Portland mix to use as a concrete patcher. Don't waste your money. January 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product, Could fNOT feather to 1/16 inch Used product to pour around new storm drain and tie into and cover some old existing concrete. Poured around drain at about 1.5 inches thick then covered existing, adjacent concrete at about 3/8 inch thickness. Product has not cracked, adhered well to existing concrete, and finished well. Color dried nice gray color, a bit a darker than very old concrete adjacent to it. The sack I have would not be able to be used to feather to 1/16 of an inch. Has lots of 1/8 to slightly less than 1/4 inch gravel in it. Used left over product on a mock up board and aggregate would come through at about 1/4 or slightly less thickness. Did not have 1/2 material like previous review stated. Product adhered well to mock up plywood board. January 10, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product! I used this product to recoat my sidewalk. I used a mixer on my power drill and that worked very well. After mixting I used a broom to apply and had another bucket fill with water to dip the broom in to keep it wet. It made my old worn sidewalk look brand new. March 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product, disappointing color First, I want to comment on the review by "mistere" on Dec. 31, 2013. That review stated the product contained 1/2" stones the prevented feathering edges. That comment is incorrect. This product has no gravel whatsoever. It is a mortar-like texture that can even be thinned to a thick paint consistency, if desired. Now for my disappointment, the color. I bought this to create a fresh concrete coating on my painted porch. I have existing concrete next to the porch and I wanted the color to be similar. The Top N Bond dried to a greenish gray that doesn't resemble the true gray of the existing concrete at all. If I were using this to patch a crack or chip in an existing slab, the mismatched color would look even worse. I can't recommend this product for projects where you want to patch to blend in. August 10, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Save your cash !!!! This about the worst building product I have ever bought in my life. I watched the Videos and followed all the instructions to a tee.Looked good for about a day,then Peeled Up,Flaked off even where almost 1/2" thick. A lot of work for little results. Contacted the company for help and rep came and took sample.Then let me know they could not stand behind product. Would not recommend for even the smallest job!! Worthless.. July 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to apply, does not crack I used this on a crumbled corner of my driveway that was starting to fall apart. The area was approximately 25 sq ft with 1/2" cracks between the broken and separated chunks of concrete. Not only did it completely and utterly stop weeds growing through the cracks, it stabilized the entire corner and nicely hid what used to look like a meteor impact point. I part my truck on the patched area every night and, several years later, have yet to see a single crack in the patch. Wonderful stuff. November 21, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by cheaper and better than any concrete prepatch product I've bought the prepatch concrete, meaning it is ready to use and you don't need to mix it with water, earlier and it was not as good as this one. It is a lot cheaper to buy this one than to buy any of the concrete prepatch product out there. Honestly, I don't see any reason why you should buy any prepatch product unless you are afraid of water and don't know how to mix this product with water yourself. May 6, 2013
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