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What Happens If You Add Too Much Water to Concrete?

When concrete is too wet it dries weaker, overly porous and prone to cracking. Excess water will evaporate and escape the hardened concrete which causes cracks and eventual breakage. You can if your concrete is too wet using the slump test.

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