Can I skim coat over concrete?
Simply so, how do you skim coat concrete?
Spread the cement onto the wall, using the flat side of the trowel to smooth the cement. Remove excess cement using the edge of the trowel in a scraping motion. Apply a thick enough coat to cover the surface with an even coat of cement. Allow the skim-coat to dry for 24 hours before painting.
Similarly, can concrete be skim coated? Skim coating concrete entails applying two layers of finish. The first layer is Thin Finish and it should be 1/8 inch thick. Spray the driveway with a hose so the finish will form a strong bond with the concrete. Spread the Thin Finish with a squeegee and wait for it to dry.
Similarly one may ask, can I pour concrete over existing concrete?
If the existing concrete is in good shape structurally, you can pour new concrete over it to freshen it up. Proper prep work is key to success when layering new concrete over old. If the existing concrete is in good shape structurally, you can pour new concrete over it to freshen it up.
How do you resurface old concrete?
Pour the resurfacer onto the concrete in one-foot wide strips. Scrub the material into the concrete surface using a long handled squeegee. Evenly spread the resurfacer back and forth onto the slab. Apply a non-slip finish using a concrete broom after about 5 minutes.