Why not get the MSDS for the admixture and compare it to the MSDS for your
paint? If latex is the stuff that you are looking for you can buy liquid
latex for about $20 a gallon.
But if all you are going to do is top your driveway with a skim layer, ask
yourself these questions:
1] If you are able to successfully substitute latex paint for admixture for
this project, how much will you save?
2] If you substitute latex paint for admixture and you fail to achieve the
desired result, how much will it cost you to redo the project?
Of course you could experiment on a small scale but the trick there would be
to quantify your results. For instance if you poured yourself a small slab
of concrete and then topped it wit your experimental mixture, is this going
to predict how your mixture will do when you trowel it all over your
Seems to me that there are a lot of variables here to control for, and
given the answer I suspect will arise when you answer questions 1 and 2 it
seems to me that you will find that you are better off leaving the chemistry
to the chemists.
About the time I had mastered getting the toothpaste back in the tube, then
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