The Best Way To Fill In Cracks, Saw Cuts & Control Joints.
Note: If filling in expansion joints(joints with flexible materials in them) that incur slab movement, we recommend you use our Flexible Joint Sealer.
Also good for making coves as required by health departments or to form a radiused surface to run the epoxy up to make a water tight installation.
Compatible For Painting Over With Epoxy
Will Not Crack Or Chip Up
Epoxy Mortar liquids is a 2 part special resin that you mix with up to 50lbs of locally-purchased 'playground type' sand(00 size)(this type of sand is smooth and very clean). You mix the A & B together, and then add the sand to a 'pasty' consistency and use for filling control joints, saw cuts large cracks, divots, spalls and forming base coves with a cove tool. When forming coves use the appropriate sized cove tool and figure as a rough estimate of 50 lineal feet of cove per 1 gallon of mixed A & B liquids. For best results with cracks run a small hand grinder through cracks to V them out. Apply before cleaning and etching. Cures to a rock hard finish that is stronger than concrete and bonds perfectly with any of our epoxies. Used to make your floor ultra-smooth prior to applying our epoxies. Comes in 1 gal size and 3 gal size. Coverage is dependent on crack sizes and application and sand mix content.
For saw cuts and control joints you can leave unfilled and run the epoxy lightly in an out of the joints, this will make them look like finished grout lines. This is done more often than not but if you want one solid surface then by all means you can fill them in with this product or our instant crack repair compound.