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edwinahidalgo

01:23PM | 10/28/13
Member Since: 10/28/13
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Hello,

Our home is 80% covered in siding and the rest is just concrete. The concrete was painted white once upon a time to match the white/black siding. There is a crack or two in the paint and I'd like to fix this.. is this doable /DIY??

Best,
E Hidalgo

David, Moderator

04:32PM | 11/18/13
Member Since: 11/15/13
255 lifetime posts
Here is a suggestion. First you would have to scrape off any loose paint around the area. This will leave a surface difference. Purchase a hydraulic cement which bonds better, dries quicker and is easier to smooth out. You could also apply a bonding agent.
Wet the surface slightly before applying. Before it totally dries, use a piece of concrete block or very rough sandpaper to blend in. Allow to dry completely before painting.
Hope this was helpful
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