Mixing latex paint with concrete

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On 5/22/2014 10:10 AM, HomeGuy wrote:

If where you live in Canada remains around freezing all year, a concrete patch on asphalt might survive but in moderate and hot climates the modulus of concrete is far higher than asphalt which means it will crack when stressed as the underlying asphalt is much more flexible.
ftp://www.clrp.cornell.edu/CDOT/Handouts/4c%20%20Materials%20Table.pdf
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On Thursday, May 22, 2014 7:10:24 AM UTC-7, HomeGuy wrote :

You are talking about a thin layer applied to a firm foundation. We are ta lking about a layer applied to a cracked and breking up black top. Good lu ck with your method.
Harry K
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Because the world is full of strypeds, trying to fix things on the cheap instead of doing it right.
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Get...
1. A big chunk of tar
2. A big pot
Put tar in pot, heat pot until tar is liguid, pour in cracks etc. Tar and pot - a barrel would do - are available at roofing supply placed\.
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On Thu, 22 May 2014 10:10:24 -0400, HomeGuy

deteriorated asphalt - and it is virtually impossible to get the asphalt clean enough to bond concrete to it effectively.
The bonding agent is basically white glue
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