Typically, you can sand them smooth enough using an orbital sander, but the grit that you use will help you achieve the desired results. If the edges are uneven, that may require a concrete grinder. For smoothing out mildly rough concrete with little to no noticeable imperfections, 40 to 60 grit may be sufficient.
How to Make Concrete Smoother?
Concrete is a popular material used in construction and other applications, but it can often be rough and uneven. Fortunately, there are several ways to make concrete smoother and more attractive.
With a few simple steps and the right materials, you can transform your concrete surfaces into a smooth, attractive finish. The first step to making your concrete smoother is to prepare the surface.
If you’re working with existing concrete, you’ll need to remove any debris or dirt from the surface, as well as any existing sealant. Once the surface is cleared, use a stiff broom to sweep away any remaining dirt.
Then, use a pressure washer to clean the surface and remove any remaining dirt. Next, you’ll need to fill in any cracks or holes in the concrete.
You can use a patching compound or concrete crack filler to fill in the cracks and seal them. Make sure to apply the compound evenly and to let it dry completely before continuing.
Once the cracks are patched and the surface is clean, you’ll need to apply a concrete sealant. The sealant will help to protect the concrete from moisture and other damage, as well as helping to make it smoother. When applying the sealant