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Re: Overlay Conc. Mix Design

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This is much too thin for typical concrete. It sounds like you need a proprietary blend suitable as a bonded overlay for exterior,
light vehicular traffic. Risky business in my view!

Steven A.
Los Angeles

Varma wrote:

> I want to put a 3/4" thick concrete overlay on my existing concrete driveway, and sidewalks on either side. I am considering latex modified concrete as well. Could some one give me mix designs for both regular concrete overlay, and latex modified concrete.........will greatly appreciate it.
> TIA.
>
> V. K. Varma, P.E.
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