Issue 3, October 2020
From tombstones and jack-o-lanterns to skeletons and ghosts, QUIKRETE concrete is the perfect DIY material for making Halloween decorations that will be the envy of your neighborhood. In addition to being easily mixed, molded and colored for any Halloween project, the durability of concrete means it can be used year-after-year. 
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QUIKRETE Blacktop Repair Helps Portland Residents with Potholes

Home improvement expert Eric G shows how to prevent vehicle damage by permanently repairing potholes.
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DIY Project Challenge
Concrete Boulders at a Fraction of the Weight and Cost

Dress up your landscape with decorative boulders made from QUIKRETE. Give it a try and share with #QUIKRETEStrong.
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Ask the Experts

Q. When we bought our house a few years ago, the concrete driveway and sidewalk had a few small hairline cracks. I wasn't worried about them at first, but the cracks seems to be getting bigger. What I can do about the cracks now?

A. Even though concrete is durable, its susceptible to cracking caused by weather, ground movement, improperly placed joints and heavy loads. Once a crack has formed, sealing it from water intrusion will help prevent if from getting larger. Click for How-To
Project Profile - Identity Miami FIU Student Housing
Miami, FL
Nearly 10,000 square-feet of QUIKRETE Floor Mud was used in preparation for tile installation throughout this luxurious 15-floor Florida International University student tower.

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