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- From: "Rick Stone" <rstone(--nospam--at)madisonconcrete.com>
- Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2006 16:16:41 -0400
Rich, if you do decide to bond, surface prep is the key. And be prepared for restraint to shrinkage as the topping dries, cures, and curls. Joints may be a help. An unbonded overlay at 2 inches is a bit thin, especially if it cycles wet-dry in freeze environment............with road salt......
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