Internet #207102852

Model # 124125

Store SKU #1001965221

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20 lb. Polymer Modified Structural Concrete Repair

  • Used for sealing cracks in masonry and concrete up to 1 in. wide
  • Offers strength of 2,500 PSI in 3 hours and 7,500 PSI in 28 days
  • Ensures a fast setting time between 20-40 minutes
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Product Overview

  • Used for sealing cracks in masonry and concrete up to 1 in. wide
  • Offers strength of 2,500 PSI in 3 hours and 7,500 PSI in 28 days
  • Ensures a fast setting time between 20-40 minutes
Quikrete 20 lb. Polymer Modified (PM) Structural Repair is a multi-use product that can be used to fix damage to concrete and masonry surfaces. It is a pre-blended cement and sand mixture that also has the addition of a polymer as a bonding and application agent. Quikrete 20 lb. Polymer Modified (PM) Structural Repair is strong enough to handle heavy commercial applications, but also is easy enough to use to make repairs around the house.
  • 20 - 40 Minutes working time
  • 2,500 psi in 3 hours; 7,500 psi in 28 days
  • Horizontal, vertical and overhead applications
  • Mold, sculpt and shape to match surrounding contour
  • Can be extended with 10 lb. of 3/8 in. gravel for depth repairs
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide



  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

  • Used for sealing cracks in masonry and concrete up to 1 in. wide
  • Offers strength of 2,500 PSI in 3 hours and 7,500 PSI in 28 days
  • Ensures a fast setting time between 20-40 minutes
Model #: 124125
Sku #: 1001965221
Internet #: 207102852

Quikrete 20 lb. Polymer Modified (PM) Structural Repair is a multi-use product that can be used to fix damage to concrete and masonry surfaces. It is a pre-blended cement and sand mixture that also has the addition of a polymer as a bonding and application agent. Quikrete 20 lb. Polymer Modified (PM) Structural Repair is strong enough to handle heavy commercial applications, but also is easy enough to use to make repairs around the house.

  • 20 - 40 Minutes working time
  • 2,500 psi in 3 hours; 7,500 psi in 28 days
  • Horizontal, vertical and overhead applications
  • Mold, sculpt and shape to match surrounding contour
  • Can be extended with 10 lb. of 3/8 in. gravel for depth repairs
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide



  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
9.5
Product Height (in.)
10.5
Product Length (in.)
9.5

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Features
Fast Setting
Product Weight (lb.)
20 lb
Repair Type
Patch
Use Location
Ceiling,Floor,Wall

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See packaging

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
9.5
Product Height (in.)
10.5
Product Length (in.)
9.5

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Features
Fast Setting
Product Weight (lb.)
20 lb
Repair Type
Patch
Use Location
Ceiling,Floor,Wall

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See packaging

Questions & Answers

I have a mice problem in my basement. There are small gaps between the cement foundation & my bri...

I have a mice problem in my basement. There are small gaps between the cement foundation & my brick exterior. I would like to try & fill it with concrete repair. What do you think?
Asked by: Gramps
may be far easier to use stainless steel wool to fill that gap (many products like that on the 'jungle website'). Also the gap may serve a purpose to let moisture/condensation evaporate depending on what climate you are in.
Answered by: KT
Date published: 2020-03-01

Will this type of patch be feasible to use as a "self leveling" application? I recently had my dr...

Will this type of patch be feasible to use as a "self leveling" application? I recently had my driveway pumped up. There are still a few blocks that are up approx. 1/2" - 3/4" with very little tapering required.
Asked by: CrazyPete
QUIKRETE® Polymer Modified Structural Concrete Repair is a sticky mortar, designed for vertical and overhead repairs to concrete and masonry. This product will not self-level.
Answered by: QUIKRETEProductExpert
Date published: 2020-07-20

Can this product be used to structurally repair a concrete slab foundation crack, approx. 1/4"-1/...

Can this product be used to structurally repair a concrete slab foundation crack, approx. 1/4"-1/2' wide, 6" deep, and 30ft long? (not on a control or expansion joint)
Asked by: Narddog
Well, it sort of depends on what you mean by structurally repair? It will not keep your slab from moving if you have settling or frost heaving. It will fill the crack. I recommend using a bonding agent if you want it to adhere to both surfaces. So, best you can use a thin brush or even a whisk broom to get as much surface "painted". Also, 30' long may pose a bit of a problem because it does set pretty fast. I would also recommend buying a grout bag so you can "squirt" the mortar into the crack so it has a chance to get deep. Again, depending on what you are hoping to achieve, I would first put in a "wet" and soupy layer so it will go to the bottom of your 6". Then come back and put a more stiff top 2" into the crack and finish level it as you go.
Answered by: rodenthotel
Date published: 2020-07-07

Two questions,Can I use this for cracks in concrete steps? And can I use it where some of the mo...

Two questions,Can I use this for cracks in concrete steps? And can I use it where some of the mortar is coming out around stone on my house?
Asked by: kerri
Depending on the size of the cracks, I would recommend it. On large cracks, I also used a bonding liquid to make sure it attaches to the existing concrete well. Large cracks may crack as it dries, I just put another skim coat over it again like it was drywall mud......... covered it and did not re-crack. As far as the stone on your house, the color is similar to mortar but may stand out like a sore thumb as very "bright" compared to your mortar. Don't get me wrong though. New mortar will also be pretty white in comparison too. But to answer your question directly....it will work great on vertical repairs for the joints.......at least will provide a structurally sound repair.
Answered by: rodenthotel
Date published: 2020-06-14
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