I have a concrete driveway that needs to be redone. I'm thinking of getting the resurfacer instead of redoing the entire driveway. Has anybody used this product and if so is it any good? Also any tips on how to use it would be appreciated!!
Don't waste your time and money. That product will not hold up on a driveway.
What exactly is wrong with the driveway?
It has alot of cracks and is just old and run down. We just bought the house in January and at some point and time somebody put a steel pole into the concrete. For the life of me I can not imagine why it's there but cracks have formed from this and also some of the low spots are collecting water when it rains. I just thought that this may be an inexpensive way to repair it.
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