Divot Patch is a fast-setting concrete patching compound, perfect for fixing damaged masonry on any project. Made of a carefully measured blend of shrinkage-compensated cements and polymers, this concrete patching compound can be used to fix practically any type of masonry damage.
Formulated to dry in as little as 15 minutes, Divot Patch is the perfect concrete patching compound for both DIYers and professional concrete floor coating installers. Use it to easily patch divots, cracks, and squalls without the long cure times associated with latex and ordinary cement patching compounds.
At Garage Coatings.com, we’ve dedicated our careers to working with concrete. As the makers of America’s strongest direct-to-concrete epoxy, we know how important a fast-setting concrete patching compound can be for contractors on a quick-turnaround project.
That’s why we’ve precisely engineered our Divot Patch concrete patching compound to deliver professional-quality results in practically no time. Divot Patch can be easily applied, hardens quickly, and results in a smooth, rock-solid finish. Divot Patch’s 15-minute set time makes it perfect for correcting damaged concrete on the fly. This way, hidden or unexpected concrete damage won’t bring your project to a screeching halt, allowing you to save time and money and finish on schedule.
Along with its quick set time and professional finish, Divot Patch also boasts user-friendly workability. Divot Patch’s concrete patching compound can be easily prepared, and only needs mixing with water. You won’t need to prime concrete surfaces or other types of masonry ahead of patching. Just apply Divot Patch directly to the damaged areas.
Divot Patch’s concrete patching compound contains no coarse fillers or sand, meaning you can easily achieve a feather-edge finish. Simply use a steel trowel or putty knife to apply Divot Patch for a smooth surface. It also results in no shrinkage, meaning you won’t need to worry about applying a second or third layer.
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