How to resurface concrete patio?
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To resurface a concrete patio, you will need to clean and repair any damaged areas, apply a bonding agent, fill cracks, apply a waterproofing sealant, and finally apply a resurfacer. Start by sweeping the patio with a stiff broom and then pressure wash it to remove any dirt or debris. Then inspect the patio for any cracks, chips, or other damage that you may need to repair before moving on. Next, apply an acrylic-based bonding agent to the surface of the patio and let it dry. Once dry, the bonding agent will help the resurfacer adhere to the concrete. Now fill any cracks with an appropriate concrete filler.
Once the filler has dried, apply a waterproofing sealant to protect the concrete against moisture. Finally, apply the resurfacer to the patio and spread it evenly with a trowel. Once the resurfacer has dried, your patio will be ready to use.