Resurfacing Concrete Is Easy

Resurfacing a basement floor, garage, front walk and stairs, or any other concrete area that requires some attention is not as difficult as it might seem. Fortunately, your local public library has a number of books on the subject that will guide you through the process step by step.
Cleaning the surface for preparation on inside jobs can be a little more difficult. What you’ll need is a decent broom and a shop vac to get the job done. It is important to remove all debris and concrete chunks so that there are no inconsistencies at the end of the job. Sweep up all existing contaminants from a garage or patio, and spray it down with a hose, leaving nothing behind that will create a bubble or interfere with the adhesion of the coat you’ll be applying.¬† You can try here Polished Concrete-JDL Surface Innovations

The concrete should be mixed to a pudding-like consistency. It’s easier to spread and dries more slowly as a result of this. Smooth a thin layer of cement over the existing surface with a cement trowel, being careful to hold it even. As you work, make sure to fill in all holes and air bubbles. If patterns are needed, they should be applied after the second coat has been applied. It’s best to do this until the first one dries.
After that, it’s time to let it dry. Spraying a fine mist of water over it will give it a smoother drying pattern if it appears to be drying too quickly, which can happen on walks and patios. After it has dried, apply a sealant. This can only be added after it has had several days to set up to ensure that moisture is not trapped, as this could destroy the entire project.