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10 lb. Anchoring Cement

  • Use for anchoring in bolts and handrails
  • Sets in 10-30 minutes
  • Interior and exterior applications
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Product Overview

Quikrete 10 lb. Anchoring Cement is a pourable, rapid setting, expansive cement that develops strength greater than concrete. This cement expands to fill voids in concrete to ensure that it locks into place. Quikrete 10 lb. Anchoring Cement is used for anchoring essentially anything metal into concrete. Can be used in both interior and exterior applications.
  • Ideal for setting bolts, handrails or anything metal into concrete
  • Expands as it hardens, locking itself securely into place
  • Sets in 10 - 30 minutes
  • Suitable for wet environments
  • Use for setting bolts, handrails, or anything metal to be anchored in concrete
  • Ideal for repairing loose wrought iron railings
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide



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Specifications

Dimensions

Coverage Area (cu. ft.)
.084
Product Depth (in.)
8
Product Height (in.)
6.5
Product Length (in.)
8

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Compression Strength (psi)
7000
Features
Crack Resistant
Material
Cement
Max. Cure Time (Days)
28
Max. Set Time (Hours)
2.0 h
Min. Cure Time (Days)
1
Min. Set Time (Hours)
1.0 h
Mortar Mix Type
Type S
Product Weight (lb.)
10
Returnable
90-Day
Use Location
Floor
Working Time (min.)
10

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

51Questions16Answers

Is this suitable to install a flagpole?

Asked by Ed April 9, 2021
2
Answers

QUIKRETE® Anchoring Cement is suitable for installing hand rails and small posts. We do not recommend it for flag pole installations. Instead, we recommend QUIKRETE® Fast-Setting Concrete Mix. Product information can be found at https://www.quikrete.com/productlines/FastSettingConcreteMix.asp

can I use this to anchor a basketball hoop?

Asked by Jason April 6, 2021
2
Answers

Yes Jason, this is your best option. Some people use hydraulic cement but after it cures , it will shrink and your threaded rods will become loose. Anchor cement when it cures, expands and will keep those rods tight.

The hole in an existing concrete pier for a wood fence post is a little too wide by about 1/8". C...

Asked by CaliDIYer March 7, 2021
1
Answer

QUIKRETE® Anchoring Cement is suitable for your application.

Will there be problems if I use anchoring cement to anchor a piece of 2" PVC pipe in a hole in co...

Asked by casahac March 3, 2021
1
Answer

QUIKRETE® Anchoring Cement can be used to fill the annular space around PVC in concrete. QUIKRETE® Anchoring Cement will expand as it cures, locking the PVC into place.

It's December. Can this be used in freezing temperatures?

Asked by SloLerner December 26, 2020
2
Answers

QUIKRETE® cement based products will set slowly and gain strength slowly in cold temperatures. We recommend adapting cold-weather precautions like using warm (not hot) water to mix, pre-heating the substrate and using heating blankets for insulation when temperatures are below 50F. Covering with plastic is a good technique to retain moisture, which should be continued for the first week after application.

Can I use this product to fill screw holes for screws that were drilled out for a railing and then have new holes drilled into the same spot?

Asked by Jack November 16, 2020
1
Answer

QUIKRETE® Anchoring Cement can be used to fill drilled holes with a minimum diameter of ½”. For narrower holes, we recommend using an anchoring epoxy. QUIKRETE® Anchoring Cement can be drilled after curing for 28 days.

How much coverage is there in a 20# bucket? I want to anchor (8) 3/4" threaded rod into 2" cored ...

Asked by Man August 5, 2020
2
Answers

20 to 30 would be my guess. For a 3/4 rod only 6” deep seems a bit light

Can this be used to fill large hole in wood

Asked by N7znx August 2, 2020
1
Answer

QUIKRETE® Anchoring Cement will not bond to wood.

Would I use this to fill a 15 inch planter halfway to hold a 2 x 2 pole for stringing outdoor lig...

Asked by Sally May 9, 2020
2
Answers

Yes, it should hold it fine.

Is it possible to use to fill in cement floor crack that is roughly 3/4 inch wide, 1 inch deep?

Asked by David April 22, 2020
2
Answers

Yes as liquid it will work very well.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 136 reviews
  • 90% recommend this product
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The cement was easy to work with, but I would not recommend using towels for making cement plante...
The cement was easy to work with, but I would not recommend using towels for making cement planters, they are more difficult to work with and require a lot more cement than thinner fabrics.
by SummerEagle
This worked great for anchoring an umbrella holder into pavers....
This worked great for anchoring an umbrella holder into pavers. First I drilled a 2 5/8" hole in the center of a paver. I dug out enough dirt for the holder to fit. I cut a paper towel and put a dixie cup with the bottom cut out. I mixed the Quikrete as per instructions plus a little more water to allow a little more working time. I poured enough in until the holder bottomed out. I continued to pour around it until it wouldn't take any more. I waited 15 minutes to dry then pulled out the towel, tape, film, and cup. I filled the gap with sand and sprayed sealer. Took about 90 minutes for my first one and turned out great.
by Qpoe
3 people found this helpful
Good product so far, but dries up too fast
I used it for a small project where I was piling up some bricks in my garden. I used the cement between one floor and the next. It works pretty good, easy to use. The only issue I found is that when I mix it up with water, I found out that I had to do small amounts and use them right away because a minute later, it would be all dry and unusable. I basically mixed it up, pasted in about 2-3 bricks, put the ones on top and whatever cement was remaining was already solid. I discarded it, mixed more and repeated the process over and over again. Once I got the right amounts I needed to avoid waste, ti worked out pretty good.
by Javier
3 people found this helpful
Very easy to use and sets quickly.
Very easy to use and sets quickly.
by SCJ43
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
I expected the bucket to be filled with cement. Instead,...
I expected the bucket to be filled with cement. Instead, there were two small plastic bags of cement inside, roughly 1/4 the total volume of the bucket. I would have bought more if I'd realized the container was so oversized compared to the contents.
by HomeDepotCustomer
Says what it does- does what it says…....
Says what it does- does what it says….
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cement cured very fast...
cement cured very fast
by Barwickmasonry
it started to set up much too quickly. It became...
it started to set up much too quickly. It became un-pourable.
by PAUL
Worked well. The directions seem to underestimate the amount of...
Worked well. The directions seem to underestimate the amount of water needed. Had to add more.
by ALBERT
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