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To repair concrete driveway cracks, clean the crack, fill the crack using textured caulk or pourable grout, and allow it to dry. After the crack is repaired, apply a concrete sealer to help keep water out and prevent fut... More »

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Ardex All-Purpose Concrete Resurfacer, Sakrete Flo-Coat Concrete Resurfacer and Quikrete Concrete Resurfacer are three products recommended for resurfacing driveways, walkways and other concrete slabs. All of these concr... More »

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Tips for repairing a concrete driveway include filling cracks up to 1/2-inches wide with concrete repair caulk and using a polymer-based concrete resurfacer to provide a new, uniform concrete surface. Use concrete patch ... More »

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To repair cracks in concrete floors, chip the crack into an inverted V shape, clean it using a brush, apply bonding adhesive on the crack's sides, and fill it with a patching compound. Apply the compound over the crack, ... More »

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To repair cracks in a drywall, cut out an outline to the depth of the crack on both sides of the crack, fill the crack with an all-purpose joint compound, and allow the compound to dry. Sand and paint the surface to comp... More »

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There is no strict rule on how often a driveway should be sealed; experts suggest somewhere between annually and every 10 years. The appropriate frequency for sealing depends upon the type of material that the driveway i... More »

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