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60 lb. Sand/Topping Mix

  • Repairing and topping damaged concrete less than 2 in. thick
  • Ideal for patching and leveling steps, walks and floors
  • Finish can be a broom finish or hand troweled
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Product Overview

Quikrete 60 lb. Sand/Topping Mix features a uniformly blended mixture of portland cement, graded sand and other approved ingredients. This mix is ideal for repairing and topping damaged concrete surfaces that are less than 2 in. thick. It can be applied down to a 1/2 in. thickness and still maintain the strength needed for traffic areas.
  • Use as a base for laying flagstone and paving bricks
  • Suitable for repairing and topping damaged concrete surfaces less than 2 in. thick
  • Excellent workability for easy application
  • 5,000 psi
  • Sets in as little as 60 minutes
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide
  • California residents

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Questions & Answers


I am wanting to make miniature bricks to build miniature buildings. Which type would you recomme...

Asked by Mike May 19, 2021

Depending on the size of the brick you wish to make, we may have a few product options to recommend. We recommend contacting our customer service representatives either at 800-282-5828 or online by LiveChat at www.quikrete.com with more information to select the appropriate product.

can this product be used to make a shower pan?

Asked by jojo May 6, 2021

QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix (No.1103), in conjunction with QUIKRETE® Concrete Acrylic Fortifier (No.8610) replacing half of the required water content, is the combination of products recommended for a shower pan or a mortar bed for shower base or bathtub installation. ANSI 108.1 provides application and material requirements for shower pans and bathtubs. It is critical that the subfloor / structure underneath be rigid. Bathtubs require secure and adequate support because of the combined weight of the tub, person, and water. Please consult and follow local building /plumbing code requirements.

Can I use this product for thermal flag stone over concrete patio? And joint between flag stone?

Asked by David April 23, 2021

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I want to level my basement floor that has a dip that ranges from 1/8 to 1 1/4. Id like to use t...

Asked by jason March 30, 2021

Your application technique is what we recommend for filling uneven flooring at that thickness. We recommend using QUIKRETE® Concrete Acrylic Fortifier as a partial replacement for the mixing water, particularly in the areas thinner than ½”.

I have put down an new 3/4 inch Birch plywood floor under the area my shower is going. I will be ...

Asked by ED March 28, 2021

QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix will not bond directly to plywood without mechanical fastening. A water barrier should also be installed over the plywood.

I'm building 1 1/2 inch (12"x 36") slabs as concrete block wall cap. Is this the appropriate prod...

Asked by David March 25, 2021

For slab-work at less than 2” thick, we recommend QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix. Once the slabs are 2” or thicker, we recommend one of our quality concrete products instead.

Is Sand/Topping Mix good for building a ramp that will be 1" thin to 3" thick?

Asked by EasyDIY March 24, 2021

You'll be better off using regular concrete since it should be stronger than the sand/topping mix. Regular concrete is much more appropriate for a 3" thickness. If 1" is as thin as you go, there should be no problem smoothing it out over the aggregate (rocks). If you get down to 1/2", the aggregate will start showing, but I wouldn't go that thin anyway.

Hi how many bags will i need for a 6 feet x 8 feet pad

Asked by Al March 20, 2021

Each 60-pound bag of QUIRKETE® Sand/Topping Mix yields approximately 0.5 cubic feet. For an area of 48 square feet, you will need 8 60-pound bags per inch of thickness. Yields will vary with waste, uneven subgrade, etc.

If im patching a 3'x4' low area 2" high do i need to buy a bonding agent to mix in?

Asked by fasteddie March 18, 2021

For applications of 1-2” thick, we recommend using a topically applied bonding agent like QUIKRETE® Concrete Bonding Adhesive. This product can be painted onto the existing concrete prior to pouring the new topping.

Can this be used to make stamped stepping stones? How well does it hold up to freeze/thaw cycles?

Asked by Chucky February 1, 2021

QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix is a high strength mortar, exceeding 5,000 psi once cured. QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix can be stamped for decorative walk ways.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 83% recommend this product
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concrete mix not sand topping mix
Buyer beware! I bought 4 bags last week and just opened them to discover concrete mix (i.e. rocks and cement) instead of simply sand and cement. I purchased the same sand topping mix three weeks prior and it was just sand and cement. This is frustrating as the sand topping mix is significantly more expensive than concrete mix and I need sand topping (not concrete) for my project. This is a QUIKRETE mistake, not a Home Depot mistake.
by BusyDad
9 people found this helpful
The perfect mix to make hard works very easy. Super strong and durable. With the Quikrete quality.
The perfect mix to make hard works very easy. Super strong and durable. With the Quikrete quality.
by Readyforhurricanes
3 people found this helpful
stones in mix
We bought this product thinking that the label was correct in saying it was sand and cement. We used it for the bedding of the shower floor, and wanted it to be pretty precise. But there was actually a significant amount of larger stones, that was very frustrating when we wanted to add a fraction of an inch, and the trowel really had a problem with them. We ended up having to screen the dry mix first, to get out those stones (see picture). Then to keep the proportions right, we added some clean playground sand in equal amounts to the stone volume that we screened out. Mixture worked well then. Gave it a 2 because if the stones
by JohnB
16 people found this helpful
I did a bathroom shower subfloor with the quikrete sand/topping mix and it was easier to work wit...
I did a bathroom shower subfloor with the quikrete sand/topping mix and it was easier to work with as compared to thin set mortar that was used on the first layer. The sand/topping mix set up time was slower than the thin set which helped a novice like me to get it level on the perimeter with a 1/4" per foot grade to the drain. It blended well when leveling and filling in voids etc. I mixed the first batch dryer (which worked well) than the second batch. The second batch might have been mixed too wet because the top surface was pretty wet and shiny. I'll see if that didn't affect the surface integrity when it dries.
by Jms
10 people found this helpful
Finally Finished it
I have been slowly purchasing this concrete for the last several months working on this sidewalk. After about 40 bags and a stronger back I was able to finish the walkway to my shop from the house. No more tracking mud in the house when I am grilling or letting the dog out. I probably have another 200 feet to go to finish out the yard, but I am in no rush. This stuff mixes easily and is forgiving in a wide temperature range. Within an hour or two, depending on the weather, it is dry enough to stand up to afternoon showers in Georgia.
by Braphie
30 people found this helpful
Great for a shower base
I did a concrete shower base on a rubber bladder for the shower floor in my basement bathroom. A fraction of the cost of so called specialty mixes from over priced tile stores. I added my own Fibermesh and poured it at about a 2-3" slump. No cracks or leaks 5 years layer. The sand mix grades down to the drain better than conventional mixes with large aggregates . This sand mix just has the cement and fine sand in it.Perfect . I'm doing another one in the upstairs master bath . Concrete shower bases are nice because you can custom make them any size or design you want..SO EASY !
35 people found this helpful
The product works fantastic however someone at Home Depot thought a piece of masking tape would h...
The product works fantastic however someone at Home Depot thought a piece of masking tape would hold a large hole in a bag. That bag was then loaded into my car via curbside pick-up and guess what? About a forth of the product is all over my trunk! Great!
by Mai
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Quick quitter is great, they have the perfect product for...
Quick quitter is great, they have the perfect product for every application
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