|Name||4 lb. Fast Plug Hydraulic Cement Mix||Fast Plug 10 lb. Hydraulic Cement||20 lb. Hydraulic Water-Stop Cement Concrete Mix||20 lb. Gray Leak Stopper|
|Use Location||Ceiling,Columns,Curbs,Floor,Foundation,General Purpose,Wall||Ceiling,Columns,Driveway,Floor,Foundation,General Purpose,Wall||Wall||Floor,Wall|
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Yes. When it cures, it looks like dark grey concrete. You can paint it with anything that you would paint concrete with and expect the paint to last just as it would with concrete.
Neither stucco nor QUIKRETE® Hydraulic Water-Stop Cement will function as a water barrier. The water barrier will have to be repaired or replaced prior to patching the stucco cracks.
Yes, I used flex seal. I mixed the white and black 50/50 to get gray.
Carl, can you list the names of the better products.
QUIKRETE® Hydraulic Water Stop Cement is designed for plugging active leaks in concrete and masonry; it is not suitable as a coating. Only a golf ball sized portion of the material should be mixed at a time.
QUIKRETE® Hydraulic Water-Stop Cement is not an ideal product for repairing driveway cracks, as it sets in 2-3 minutes and must be ground to be even with surrounding concrete. QUIKRETE® has many superior crack repair products, depending on the nature, size, and source of the cracks. Please contact our customer support representatives at 800-282-5828 or online via LiveChat at www.quikrete.com for further product selection advice.
The directions said to use warm water below 50 degrees. I used mine at 45+.
yes, indeed, that is what it is for. Just follow the directions.
It dries in about 10 minutes to an unworkable state. I wouldn't recommend mixing it with anything.
Experiment using 1/2 half teaspoon water than add more if mixture is not putty like. & total up the measures that make the mixture you want. 1/2 cup cement to ----teaspoons water.