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A hand-mixable, fast-setting epoxy putty.
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PC-Crete™ Epoxy is a hand-mixable, fast-setting epoxy putty that quickly repairs concrete and masonry. After mixing, it forms a concrete repair polymer that cures to a concrete-like color and texture. The mixture readily sticks to concrete and masonry surfaces and is easily shaped. It will stick to ceramics, glass, metals and some plastics. It cures within 60 minutes. Each stick contains pre-measured portions of activator and base — no measuring or mixing tools are necessary.

Here are just a few specific uses (there are hundreds of other uses):

  • Quickly rebuild small missing pieces of concrete
  • Fill holes in concrete and masonry
  • Rebuild missing pieces of statues and birdbaths
  • Seal hole for wire or conduit thru cinder block
  • Fill chip or spall in concrete furniture
  • Reattach loose or popped decorative stone
  • Fill crack in stone fireplace
  • Fill holes in brick or concrete walls; Apartment complexes, schools, government buildings etc.
  • Fill cracks in concrete or stucco wall before painting
  • Attach address numbers to brick or stone
  • Attach hardware to brick or stone
  • Fill abandoned screw holes and mounting holes in brick or cinderblock
  • Replace missing mortar
  • Seal rodent hole in cinderblock or concrete


PC-Crete™ | 2 oz.


PC-Crete™ | 4 oz.

2 oz.: 2.5 cubic inches
4 oz.: 5 cubic inches

How to prepare a surface for bonding with PC-Crete™

Old concrete must be clean and profiled or textured. Surface must be clean and sound. It may be dry or damp, but free of standing water. Remove contaminants such as dust, dirt, oil and grime with a solvent such as denatured alcohol (ethanol), acetone, rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol) or lacquer thinner. Mild detergent solution in water is also good removing contaminants. Use a clean paper towel or rag for wiping. Do not use mineral spirits or paint thinner for removing contaminants. Remove rust and loose paint with sandpaper or wire brush. Epoxy typically sticks to most paints. If there is a concern of the paint’s adhesion then remove it with sandpaper or wire brush. Smooth, glossy and shiny surfaces should be roughened using sandpaper to increase adhesion.

How to clean-up after PC-Crete™ application

Clean up mixed epoxy before it cures with paper towels and solvent. Denatured alcohol (ethanol), acetone, rubbing alcohol (isopropyl alcohol) or lacquer thinner are suitable solvents for removing uncured epoxy. Cured epoxy can be removed with paint stripper or remover.

PC-Crete™ SDS Sheet


PC-Crete™ Front Data Sheet


PC-Crete™ Back Data Sheet


PC-Crete™ Canada SDS (English)


PC-Crete™ Canada Fiche signalétique (en français)


PC-Crete™ Hoja de Datos de Seguridad (en Espanol)


PC-Crete™ VOC

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Can PC-Crete™ be used to repair a crack in a fountain?

PC-Crete™ looks like concrete and is excellent for repairing concrete fountains, statues and lawn decorations.

Will PC-Crete™ adhere to a concrete step? Can it be shaped to match a corner?

PC- Crete™ is excellent to repairs on concrete surfaces such as steps. It shapes easily and can be sanded to match the look and texture of the concrete surface.

Is PC-Crete™ suitable for filling a small crack or spall in a sidewalk or deck?

Small crack repairs in concrete are easily made with or without the use of tools using PC-Crete™. PC-Crete™ is excellent for replacing missing or loose mortar between bricks and stones.

Can PC-Crete™ be used in a fish tank or pond?

PC-Crete™ is not recommended for aquatic use. Do not use this product in aquariums or ponds.

The PC-Crete™ is not easily grabbing or sticking to the concrete surface. It pulls away lifting loose stones

The putty wants to stick to the fingers more than the concrete surface. Wet the fingers with alcohol and then press, shape and smooth the applied putty. Also, loose stones can be wire brushed away to provide a sound surface.

PC-Crete™ does not have a smooth texture. It has particles throughout

The particles in PC-Crete™ are used to simulate the appearance of concrete.