Concrete Renew | Resurfacer | 25 lbs. Bag

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Concrete Renew is a high performance concrete resurfacer.

This product is great for old side walks, garage floors, balconies, and many other restoration applications.A 25lb bag typically yields 50 to 75 square feet.  Concrete renew dries in a natural light gray color that can be finished by broom to trowel to give you the desired texture.Before use make sure the substrate is clean of paint and debris use a paint stripper and power washer for painted concrete.Ensure the concrete remains fortified with water but has no standing water during application. 


Mix concrete renew with Planicrete UA for more intense use applications. 



Resurfacing a sidewalk involves applying a new layer of concrete or other suitable material over the existing surface to improve its appearance, durability, and functionality. Here's a general guide on how to resurface a sidewalk:

Materials and Tools Needed:

  1. Concrete mix or resurfacer material
  2. Pressure washer
  3. Concrete bonding agent (if needed)
  4. Concrete patch or filler (for repairing cracks)
  5. Concrete trowel or float
  6. Concrete edging tool
  7. Broom
  8. Protective gear (gloves, safety glasses, etc.)
  9. Resurfacing tools (squeegee, gauge rake, etc.)
  10. Hose and water source


1. Inspect and Clean:

  • Inspect the existing sidewalk for any damage, cracks, or uneven areas. Clean the surface thoroughly using a pressure washer to remove dirt, debris, and loose material.

2. Repair Cracks and Holes:

  • Use a concrete patch or filler to repair any cracks or holes in the sidewalk. Follow the product instructions for application and drying times.

3. Apply Bonding Agent (if needed):

  • If you are applying a new layer of concrete, consider using a concrete bonding agent to improve adhesion between the old and new surfaces. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for application.

4. Mix Concrete Resurfacer:

  • Mix the concrete resurfacer according to the manufacturer's instructions. Ensure that you have the correct proportions of water and mix thoroughly.

5. Moisten the Surface:

  • Dampen the sidewalk surface with water using a hose. This helps prevent the existing concrete from absorbing water from the resurfacer too quickly.

6. Apply the Resurfacer:

  • Start applying the concrete resurfacer using a squeegee, gauge rake, or similar tools. Work in small sections to ensure even coverage. Follow the manufacturer's guidelines for the recommended thickness.

7. Smooth and Level:

  • Use a concrete trowel or float to smooth and level the resurfacer. Work from one end to the other, maintaining a consistent thickness. Pay attention to edges and corners.

8. Create a Broom Finish:

  • While the resurfacer is still wet, use a broom to create a textured finish on the surface. This helps improve traction and gives a professional appearance.

9. Edging:

  • Use a concrete edging tool to create clean edges along the sidewalk. This gives a polished look and helps with water runoff.

10. Curing:

  • Allow the resurfaced sidewalk to cure according to the manufacturer's recommendations. This may involve keeping the surface damp and protected from direct sunlight during the curing period.

11. Sealing (Optional):

  • Depending on the resurfacing material used, you may consider applying a concrete sealer to enhance durability and protect the surface.

Always follow the specific instructions provided by the product manufacturers for the resurfacing material you choose. Additionally, consider local regulations and weather conditions that may affect the resurfacing process. If the sidewalk is extensive or if you are unsure about the process, consulting with a professional contractor might be advisable.