The below links are to the suggestions made by stadry. The only one that I could find that is readily available to the DIY was the Cement All Rapid Set thru Home Depot the other links are worth a view even though they are commercial contractor related as their photo pages give lots of useful tips and great photos of end results.
This is CTS Rapid Set DIY homepage. They mention Home Depot and have a selector tool to find a product.
Here is a link to the home depot page for Cement All Rapid Set. There are a couple videos there as well.
Bought it and tried it . No go. It's the same thing as the quikrete resurfacer except it's cheaper. Still has sand residue on the end after trowelling. I ended up using the leveling kit and 30 bucks a bag.
Can you post a link to the product you ended up using? leveling kit
I get the information from one of the crew at my station that do concrete work on his day off. He said that i need to use a concrete leveling kit with polybond if possible . Anything that has sand is not gonna work. It just gonna make a rough texture appearance. And yes stadry , I have listened to your advised. I bought the cement all, use 2 bags, and the product came out the same as the one I use before which is quikrete resurfacer. I need one that is o" -1" not more. The rest of the products you've mentioned is not available at hd or lowes. Even sakrete flo.coat coat is not available.Stadry.
Of all the products you listed I took the time to find the link explaining what they are and how to use them. It also looked like only one of them was available to a DIYer. And I showed the link to that at an "apron store". The OP then came back with been there tried that and didn't like it and apparently didn't listen to any advice he was given. I didn't suggest him using it and was questioning where the info came from. I honestly have no idea how it will hold up with epoxy over it.
The more I learn the less I know on this thread.
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