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QUIKRETE Countertop Mix

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QUIKRETE® Countertop Mix is designed specifically for casting concrete countertops and requires only a do-it-yourself attitude and the addition of water.

Countertop Mix is a flowable, high-strength concrete designed for cast-in-place and pre-cast concrete countertops in the kitchen and bath. The concrete mix contains special additives to provide a high strength, flowable mix. In addition, the formulation has been designed to minimize the need for mechanical vibration and possesses reduced-shrinkage properties.

Bag of QUIKRETE® Countertop MixConcrete countertops made with QUIKRETE® Countertop Mix can be customized to individual specifications with a variety of decorative QUIKRETE® Stucco & Mortar Colors and QUIKRETE® Liquid Cement Colors, which combined result in 25 base coloring options. Some color options include red, brown, buff, charcoal and terra cotta. To add a splash of creativity, simply add your color of choice directly to the mixing water and follow the remaining directions on the bottle.

QUIKRETE® Countertop Mix, sold in 80 lb. bags, reaches a compressive strength of 2,500 psi in 3 days, 3,500 psi in 7 days and exceeds 5,000 psi in 28 days. Each 80 lb. bag of Countertop Mix will yield approximately 0.6 cu feet of mixed concrete.

QUIKRETE® Countertop Mix is currently available for purchase throughout the United States.



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  1. Craig Sandness Says:
    October 17th, 2013 at 5:22 pm

    Does the concrete mix come in any color but grey?

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