Use QUIKRETE® Hydraulic Water-Stop Cement to stop active leaks in cracks that are over 1/4″ wide. Make a golf ball sized quantity of product and force it in the crack with a gloved hand. Hold in place until it hardens (less than 5 minutes).
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QUIKRETE® Hydraulic Water-Stop Cement (no. 1126) is a rapid setting, high strength repair material designed to plug leaks instantly in concrete and masonry. Sets in 3-5 minutes and can be used above and below grade. Designed to block running water or leaks in cracked masonry or concrete surfaces.
Can you pick up Quikrete for repair work?
This item may not be available for pickup until tomorrow. Quikrete 10 lb. Hydraulic Water-Stop Cement blocks running water and seals leaks in cracked masonry and concrete surfaces. It is suitable for above-grade and below-grade concrete and masonry repairs.
How much Quikrete do I need calculator?
The calculator will indicate the number of 80 lb bags of QUIKRETE® Base Coat Stucco and Finish Coat Stucco you will need to construct your stucco wall using a traditional 3 coat or 2 coat application process. (All yields are approximate and do not allow for uneven application thickness, waste, etc.).
Remember, the depth of the post hole should be one-half of the above-ground post height. (Example: For a 6 feet above ground post, use a post with an overall height of 9 feet and place 3 feet in the ground). The calculator will indicate the number of 50 lb. Bags of QUIKRETE® Fast-Setting Concrete you need.
How much does a 60 lb bag of Quikrete cost?
Pre-mix 40 lb bags: $2.50 – $5 per bag: pre-mix 60 lb bags: $3 – $6 per bag: pre-mix 80 lb bags: $4.50 – $7 per bag.
While reading we ran into the question “How many 80 pound bags of Quikrete make a yard?”.
You will need 45 bags of concrete mix to make a cubic yard of concrete. An 80 lb bag ( 36.3 kg) of concrete mix yields approximately 0.60 cubic feet (17L) There’s 27 cubic feet of concrete in a cubic yard. If you divide 27 by.60 it equals 45 bags.