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Vehicle traffic isn’t the only strain on your driveway. If you live in a region with cold winters, then ice, snow, and the natural freeze-thaw cycle all conspire to stress concrete driveways. Certainly, the material has a deserved reputation for durability, but it’s not totally invincible. Now that spring is here, inspect the driveway for weathering, flaking, staining, or crazing (networks of shallow, spiderweb-like cracks). Eliminate such surface imperfections and protect the concrete against future damage by using a concrete resurfacer like Rapid Set NewCrete. A high-performance mortar, NewCrete spreads easily over the existing concrete, self-curing to a smooth, like-new finish.
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