Csa cement seems to have been invented to fill bug holes. It shrinks a lot less than portland cement and it sets a lot faster. I use a mixture of csa cement, pigment as needed, and a 1 to 1 ratio of acryl 60 and water. Once you master bug holes, it’s possible to achieve a close-to-perfect surface.
How to Fix Bug Holes in Concrete?
Fixing bug holes in concrete can be a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right tools and materials, anyone can repair bug holes in their concrete and leave it looking like new. Here are the steps to follow in order to fix bug holes in concrete.
Step 1: Prepare the Area
To start, you need to clear the area of any debris, dirt, and dust. Use a shop vacuum or broom and dustpan to remove any dirt and debris from the area. Once the area is clean, you can use a wire brush to further clean the surface and remove any loose pieces.
Step 2: Patch the Hole
Next, you need to fill the bug hole with a concrete patching material. You can purchase concrete patching materials from your local hardware store or online. Make sure the material you use is designed for patching concrete.
Mix the patching material according to the manufacturer’s instructions and then apply it to the bug hole. Use a trowel to smooth the patch and make sure it is level with the rest of the surface. Allow the patch to dry according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
Step 3: Smooth and Finish