Dampen the repair area with enough water to saturate the surface (any standing water should be removed). Use a masonry brush to apply a thin coating of the quick-setting cement and acrylic fortifier mixture. Using a margin trowel, press the cement into the repair area using firm trowel pressure.
How to Fix Chipped Concrete Edges?
Chipped concrete edges can be an eyesore, but luckily, you don’t have to live with them. There are several methods for fixing chipped concrete edges, and with a little bit of patience and elbow grease, you can make your concrete look like new again.
First, you need to clean the area that you are going to be repairing. Remove any loose pieces of concrete and then sweep the area clean. If there is any dirt or debris that is stuck to the concrete, you can use a wire brush to remove it.
Once the area is clean, you need to create a smooth surface. Use a concrete grinder to grind down any rough edges or bumps. If the chip is deep, you may need to use a chisel to chip away any extra material. After you have a smooth surface, you can move on to the next step.
Next, you will need to fill the chip with a concrete patching material. There are a few different options available. You can use a concrete putty, a concrete patching compound, or a concrete mortar mix. Apply the patch material to the chip and make sure that it is level with the surrounding concrete.
Once the patch material is in place, it is time to