I have a corner of my garage where I would like to divert the flow of
rainwater away from the garage door. See photo
I saw a product at Home Depot called Tamp & Set Stone Asphalt Patch.
Does anyone know if this product can be formed into a ridge to divert
the flow? Does it hold its shape or would it settle and flatten out?
Better product for this application?
1. My walkway is concrete.
2. It won't flatten or stick to your shoes in hot weather (I'm in Houston -
same latitude as Cairo).
3. If someone climbs it with a heavily-laden trolly, it won't go squish.
4. If the bare concrete ends up looking hideous, you can always paint your
handiwork in vivid colors, maybe with some butterflies or pastoral scenes.
For the more marital, you could apply decals depicting great naval battles
or events taken from history, such as the coronation of Charlemane or Neal
Armstrong's walk on the moon. You could even, while the concrete is wet,
poke a couple of holes in the top and thereafter, each day, adorn the
creation with fresh-cut flowers. For my part, I have a plan to make the hump
attractive. I haven't worked out all the details, but the plan involves
Legos and a small jar of Mayonnaise.
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