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Repairing Concrete


Damaged and Worn Concrete

Epoxy Repair Mortar

Damaged or worn concrete can be repaired with our Epoxy Repair Mortar.This is an extremely strong epoxy mortar that can be used to fix all kinds of problems with your concrete; it can be used for repairs to ramps, steps, reforming edges or filling cracks.

Epoxy repair mortar is easy to use too, each tub contains the powder along with bottles of hardener



  • Mix together the damp sand and hardener with a  
  • Apply the mortar to the surface to be repaired and smooth it with a trowel

NOTE: To prevent streaks, you can wipe the trowel with a cloth soaked in white spirit- this will give you a smooth, professional looking finish.

Watch the video below to see how easy Epoxy Repair Mortar is to use!


Deep Holes

Epoxy Repair Mortar

Deep holes can be quickly and easily filled with Patch It. Patch It is easy to mix and can simply be poured into the hole for a quick and easy fix. It sets so quickly you can drive your car over it two hours later under normal temperature conditions!


  • The concrete floor must be clean before starting any repairs. Use Clean It to get rid of any oil or grease and use a wire brush to scrape out any debris (the surface to be treated can be damp but not wet)


  • Add water to the Patch It mixture slowly - we recommend 1kg of mixture to approx. 175-225ml of water - and mix with a spatula to reduce air bubbles
  • Pour it into the hole and level the mixture off with a trowel
  • Edges of the repair can be feather edged for a smooth finish

TOP TIP: Have a bucket of water handy to put your tools in so that the mixture does not set on them!




Spalled or Pitted Concrete

Concrete floors can suffer from spalling or pitting that can ruin the appearance of your garage and also increase the risk of trips and falls. Level It, our self-levelling floor screed, can be used to iron out these blemishes, allowing you to enjoy a smooth, level floor.

Patch It


  • Ensure the concrete is clean and free from dust/dirt by giving everything a good sweep with a stiff broom. The surface can be damp, but not wet
  • Remove and flaky paint and any grease and oil should be removed with Clean It Floor Degreasant

Priming (2 primers supplied with Level It):

  • Dampen the concrete with cold water and leave for half an hour
  • Apply Primer 1 with a soft broom or brush and leave for 15-20 minutes
  • Apply Primer 2. This can be applied when Primer 1 is tacky or dry (there is likely to be some Primer 2 left over - we supply a generous amount in case surfaces are porous)


  • Empty the contents of the resin bottle into a bucket and gradually add the powder
  • Mix with a slow speed drill fitted with a mixing blade - you’ll know you’re finished when an even colour and creamy consistency is achieved
  • Pour the Level It onto the primed area and spread with a trowel
  • Remove any trapped air bubbles with a spiked roller


WARNING: Please don’t apply Level It Concrete Floor Resurfacer at temperatures less than 5°C or more than 30°C. Temperatures above 25°C can make the product sticky and cause fine cracks to appear when set.