I had a concrete crew finish my slab foundation for a workshop. They used
push broom to finish the surface with. Now that the concrete has dried it
has a chalky/gritty surface to it. Is there some type of power tool that
can use to knock down the rough surface left by the broom and make it
?? I'm not looking for a polished surface just want to get rid of the
ridges left by the broom.
'Broom swept' is a common finish with concrete slabs... it provides traction
and 'tooth' to the surface. A hard sweep of a pushbroom or a powerwash will
clean up any particulate matter that may have surfaced from curing, but
definitely stay away from polishing or grinding the surface smooth-- you'll
have your own icerink!
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