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    Chipped the New Concrete Floor Already

    What are people using to fill in spots in their concrete floor that has been chip out. Got my first chip the other day , about the size of a quarter and about double the thickness of a quarter in the center of the chipped spot. Yea I was upset but it was only a matter of time, and I am over it now.
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    Most the large lumber yards sell small amounts of patch in a can similar to what you would see Spackle in. You will want something with a latex or polymer to help with adhesion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RRMCCABE View Post
    Most the large lumber yards sell small amounts of patch in a can similar to what you would see Spackle in. You will want something with a latex or polymer to help with adhesion.
    Thanks. Anything at HD? The chip is rather shallow so I am concerned about what ever I put in will stay.
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    Does Momma know or are you trying to hide it from her?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Does Momma know or are you trying to hide it from her?
    She knows and said the same thing "all a matter of time". It is on her side of the garage though.
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    Fill it with Deere green paint. I've found that stuff sticks to almost anything and is impervious to grease and oil.
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    Since I own a rotary hammer capable of drilling up to 1-1/2" in diameter; I'd drill it out approximately 1/4 - 1/2 the thickness of the slab and use anchor bolt grout to fill the hole. Anchor bolt grout is strong, pourable depending on how much water you use, has low shrinkage, and is easy to work. Trying to fill something as shallow as you describe will probably be temporary at best. HD and Lowe's have anchor bolt grout, and you should be able rent a rotary hammer and bit if you don't have one.
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    Why does a garage floor need to be pristine? Mine has character!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    I'd drill it out approximately 1/4 - 1/2 the thickness of the slab and use anchor bolt grout to fill the hole. Anchor bolt grout is strong, pourable depending on how much water you use, has low shrinkage, and is easy to work.
    Exactly what i was going to suggest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    Since I own a rotary hammer capable of drilling up to 1-1/2" in diameter; I'd drill it out approximately 1/4 - 1/2 the thickness of the slab and use anchor bolt grout to fill the hole. Anchor bolt grout is strong, pourable depending on how much water you use, has low shrinkage, and is easy to work. Trying to fill something as shallow as you describe will probably be temporary at best. HD and Lowe's have anchor bolt grout, and you should be able rent a rotary hammer and bit if you don't have one.
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    Why does a garage floor need to be pristine? Mine has character!
    I own a rotary hammer drill but that may be going a little too far. I guess I was looking for the miracle quick fix. Couple weeks from now I probably won't care but with todays technology I thought there may be something out there that I was unaware of...and maybe there is. Thanks.
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