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    Dec 12, 2007, 04:07 PM
    Concrete driveway spalling
    Yes, I have a badly spalled driveway. I am trying to find products that I can use to repair the driveway, preferably not vynal patches. All I have been able to find is ARDEX, but no one will send it to me or tell me where I can purchase it. The spalling is not deep, 1 inch or less. Any help that anyone could give would be appreciated. I live in Wisconsin.
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    Dec 12, 2007, 04:31 PM
    ARDEX is sold in the UK and I don't believe it is imported to the USA. Here is a start for you to investigate on your own Resurface Driveways - Step by Step Guide to Fix Concrete Surfaces - The Concrete Network When concrete spalls it is better to fill the area and top coat the entire driveway.

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