Surecrete Flash Patch Patching Compound - 50 lb Bag
SureCrete’s Flash Patch is a single component cement based chemical patching compound system providing a workable, no-slump patch that sets in as little as an hour for a quicker return to service. Available in a white portland-cement formulation, you can add in your favorite dry pigments. Flash Patch's strong chemical bond was designed for heavy traffic repairs from patching cracked and spalling parking garages, commercial loading docks, and parking lots to residential driveways, driveways, and substrates.
How many square feet of patching area?
Tip: multiply the length (in feet) by the width (in feet)
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- Coverage: 50 lbs = 0.45 cubic feet, or 12 square feet at 1/2” depth.
- Pot Life: 5-10 minutes
- Shelf Life : 1 year in original unopened container
- VOC Content: 0 g/L
- Color: White
- Compressive Strength: 3 hour = 3,090 PSI; 24 hour = 4,850 PSI; 28 days = 6,042 PSI
- Set Time: 77 degrees Initial = 15-25 minutes; Final = 30-45 minutes
Cleaning is always your priority in any concrete project. Make sure the surface is clear of all chemical contaminants, grease, oil, old paint and other foreign matter.
It may not always be needed, but your surface may require some profiling to ensure the most secure bond of Flash Patch to your substrate.
- Dampen the area slightly without creating any puddles or pooling areas.
NOTE: Before applying Flash Patch™, the surface should be saturated surface dry (SSD) or damp with no puddles.
Mix only enough product for your current project in a bucket, making sure it has a smooth consistency.
Trowel by hand or squeegee product tightly into patched area, as quickly as is reasonable. Minimize troweling, do not over work surface.
Allow product to dry sufficiently before placement of any overlay, usually 1-2 hours (depending on surface porosity, temperature, and the amount of material used).
Before applying an overlay, be certain that the patched surface is no longer generating excessive heat from its curing. If using a coating or sealer, wait 24 hours.