What is top and bond cement?

What is top and bond cement?

OVERVIEW. Sakrete Top’n Bond Concrete Patcher is a polymer modified sand cement repair mortar requiring only the addition of clean potable water. For applications from 1/2 In. to feather edge. For refinishing, patching and general repairs to concrete/masonry.

Will sakrete bond to existing concrete?

Make sure to use concrete products that are compatible with a liquid bonding agent. Products like Sakrete Sand Mix and Sakrete Fast Set Cement Patcherwill work well with a liquid chemical bonding agent such as Sakrete Bonder & Fortifier.

What is self bonding cement?

Description. Sakrete Top’n Bond self-bonding cement is a great way to patch and repair existing concrete surfaces to make them look new again. This pre-blended polymer-modified cement mixture boasts superior bond strength and only requires clean potable water to work.

Can you patch concrete with mortar?

Paradoxically, concrete surfaces cannot be repaired with concrete — the coarse gravel aggregate in the new concrete would prevent a strong bond between the patch and the surrounding area. Instead, it’s best to use mortar or commercial epoxy or latex-patching compounds designed for concrete repairs.

Why is my driveway lifting?

There are a few different causes of rising concrete, and one of them is roots. Snaking and bulging roots can work their way under your concrete and push it up over time. Roots can cause cracks, misplaced slabs, and other headaches. Another common reason for rising concrete is poor soil conditions.

Can you paint Top N Bond?

The substrate must be sound, clean, hard and free of dust, dirt, grease, oil, paint, sealers, curing compounds and other materials that will interfere with the bonding of the new material. Do not mix any materials with this product other than water. DO NOT USE WITH A BONDING AGENT.

How much Parging mix do I need?

Empty contents of bag into a clean mixing container. Add 5 litres (1.3 US gallon) of clean water per 30 kg bag and mix thoroughly. Add up to ¼ litre (½ pint) of water if necessary to adjust the consistency of the mix. Avoid using too much water.