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Improve driveway concrete slab without spending a fortune. Any tips welcomed

Discussion in 'Building' started by Jonny Vee, 12 Jan 2021.

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    Jonny Vee

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    Got my driveway which is in concrete at moment with a lot of cut due of work and repair been done during the years. I was thinking to resin bond but quote are sky high and don`t have money for it. I was wondering if there is a cheap way to improve the look with some think paintable product or any other thing that could be done by myself and make the look more uniform and fresh.
     
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    You could check out rubber driveway sealant. Do a search online and see if thats the sort of thing you'd want
     
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    Paint, or bitumen the classic gypsy job. :rolleyes:

    Tarmac, or DIY the resin bonded or more expensive resin bound
     
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    Depends what your budget it and how long u need it to last. You generally get what u pay for, so anything cheap isn't likely to last very long.
     
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