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Concrete Repair Products


Brewer Cote of Arizona

Steel-Crete is a lightweight, high compression strength all-purpose repair compound with excellent bonding properties. It can be applied smoothly or stiffened for texture and vertical applications, resulting in a firm and durable surface that is often stronger than the original substrate. It is versatile, cost-effective, and water-resistant.


  • Lightweight with high compression strength

  • Excellent bonding properties

  • Suitable for smooth or textured applications

  • Durable and often stronger than the original substrate

  • Cost-effective alternative to applying new asphalt

  • Versatile for use on various substrates

Sizes Available

  • 5-gallon pails (30 lbs)

  • Paper bags (40 lbs)


  • 120 to 150 sq. ft. per pail (30 lbs) @ 3/16 of 1” thick

  • 4.5 sq. ft. per pound @ 3/16” thick

  • 1.7 sq. ft. per pound @ 1/2” thick

Colors Available

  • Gray

  • Black Pigmented


Steel-Crete is a modified ceramic cement repair compound that provides a strong, durable repair for a wide range of substrates, including asphalt, stucco, poured concrete, masonry block, tile pavers, cinder block, and more. It is particularly effective for low spot repairs on flat roofs before applying roof coatings.

Surface Preparation

Examine surfaces and remove loose and deteriorated particles.
Clean surfaces of bond-inhibiting materials like oil, dust, dirt, laitance, and standing water.
Ensure surface temperatures are above 40ºF (5ºC) and avoid application in conditions that may fall below freezing.

Mixing Procedures

Estimate pounds needed for the project.
Use a clean pail or mixing container.
Blend 5 parts Steel-Crete with 1-part clean water, adding water to the container first.
Mix at low to moderate speed until creamy and reasonably stiff like whipped butter.


  • Using a trowel, putty knife, or straight edge, float over the damaged surface or crack until depressions are filled.

  • For asphalt pavement repairs, use several applications to build surfaces up ¼” to ⅜” inch.

  • Clean up any excess and tools with water as soon as possible.


Drying Time:

Surface dries in 30 minutes, avoid traffic for 3 hours, test for traffic-ability before opening. Dry time @ 70º F approximately 3 hours. Recoat in 24 hours where appropriate.



Be careful not to allow wind or very hot concrete to draw excess water from the product. Strength maximizes in 30 to 60 days.

Weather Conditions:

Do not apply if weather conditions do not allow for a complete cure before rain, dew, or freezing temperatures.



Avoid breathing dust and getting in eyes. Use an approved dust mask and eye goggles in dusty conditions. Continuous handling may result in dry skin; use a lanolin-based hand cream to restore moisture.

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