Repairing Concrete Walkways
- A) Clean surface, remove grease or any bond inhibiting substances.
- B) Stir EPO-TOXY thoroughly. Resin and Hardener are manufactured with multiple viscosity products. It is important to stir or roll prior to mixing.
AREA TO BE WORKED ON SHOULD BE DRY FOR BEST RESULTS
MIXING PROCEDUREStep Two
NOTE: Pour equal amounts of A and B EPO-TOXY into mixing container. Add silica sand at a ratio of four parts sand to one part thoroughly mixed A & B compound. Repair all holes, cracks and pit marks in surface to be repaired.
- C) Pour equal amounts of A and B EPO-TOXY into mixing container,(Plastic or metal). Stir until one color.
- D) Add small amounts of color pigment while stirring, until desired color is reached.
NOTE: This will furnish a skid resistant surface. If you prefer a smoother surface roll with a lawn type roller same as a hand asphalt type roller, or on larger jobs a riding roller.
- Apply mixed EPO-TOXY compound to surface with paint type roller approximately 1/16" thick. (For small areas a paint brush or foam rubber brush can be used)
- Broadcast fine sand blasting sand evenly over surface.
- Let surface set approx. two hours. (Depending on outside temperature.)
- Sweep surface clean.
Xylene or any aromatic solvent is used to clean up tools. Tools may be cleaned up with water if EPO-TOXY is still wet after installation.
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