Discussion in 'Bricks, Masonry and Concrete' started by johnzebo, Feb 25, 2017.
:canadaflag:What can I buy to fix something like this?
I don't think that is a crack. Looks more like where they started/stopped the pour or didn't vibrate the pour enough to settle out the air pockets.
Technically, nothing to worry about unless it is seeping water.
Can you supply a wider picture and some more detail about the crack. Is it in the floor? Do you have any water problems?
Doesn't look like a crack to me. I agree with kok.
Are you interested in dressing it up prior to paint?
If you are I'd get a bag of mortar and apply that to the wall like stucco or a parse coat.
Crack or not what can fix it?
See post #6 &7.
Almost any concrete patching material will probably be fine. But the choice will be affected by whether it is a vertical or horizontal surface, and how critical the color matching will be. And other factors based on info that you haven't shared yet.
We call that honey comb , it is like a cold joint and hydraulic cement will fill it nicely.
It's a horizontal surface color matching doesn't matter.
You have several choices, but here's one to get you started on your search:
neal got it,,, cold joints're happen when 1 truck shows up late,,, i'd pick regular instead of hydraulic, tho,,, the stuff in the yellow bucket
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