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Posted: 10 Nov. 2018,14:43 QUOTE

Hello, I recently carried out a small concrete job, the concrete came via a truck & I had anti cracking fibres added to the mix (c35). That night it rained really bad and has now pitted it but fibres are now exposed on the surface.  Is there a slurry mix I could use? as I'm not keen on starting all over again. Would a mendip dust, yellow sand & cement combination work with SBR addded?  much help would be very much appreciated.

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Posted: 10 Nov. 2018,18:11 QUOTE

There are a few concrete overlays out there ( google thin concrete overlay ) or maybe grano dust ... here

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