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The concrete deck around my pool is beginning to show wear. There are
places where water dripped down from the gutter and it has worn away
the concrete ... is it possible to fill in these spaces? I tried it
last year but it rained soon after I filled the holes and it just
washed out. Is there a "right" way to do this? Thanks.
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On Apr 8, 9:30*pm, Dottie wrote:
The concrete deck around my pool is beginning to show wear. *There are
places where water dripped down from the gutter and it has worn away
the concrete ... is it possible to fill in these spaces? *I tried it
last year but it rained soon after I filled the holes and it just
washed out. *Is there a "right" way to do this? *Thanks.


repair the dripping rain gutter.
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On Apr 8, 8:40 pm, jim wrote:
On Apr 8, 9:30 pm, Dottie wrote:

The concrete deck around my pool is beginning to show wear. There are
places where water dripped down from the gutter and it has worn away
the concrete ... is it possible to fill in these spaces? I tried it
last year but it rained soon after I filled the holes and it just
washed out. Is there a "right" way to do this? Thanks.


repair the dripping rain gutter.



The gutter has been repaired ... there is still a hole in the
concrete. I would like to repair that.
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On Apr 8, 7:30 pm, Dottie wrote:
The concrete deck around my pool is beginning to show wear. There are
places where water dripped down from the gutter and it has worn away
the concrete ... is it possible to fill in these spaces? I tried it
last year but it rained soon after I filled the holes and it just
washed out. Is there a "right" way to do this? Thanks.


There are topping cements sold by the bag at your local home center.
Preparation is key. Here is one manufacturer's offering:
http://www.quikrete.com/PDFs/Project...ngConcrete.pdf

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