Surecrete Deep Patch


Deep Patch™ is solid concrete repair product for patching large holes in concrete surfaces. SureCrete’s solid cement filler is a single component, just add water cement based chemical patching compound system providing a patch that goes from 1/8″ (0.32 cm) and up. Deep Level, previous name, offers superior power to patch larger spalls in concrete floors, build ramps, repair loading docks, and parking lot pavement.


How to Apply SureCrete Deep Patch™ Concrete Hole Patching Leveling Material?

    1. Clean the surface – Concrete substrate should be completely clear of any grease, oil, old paint, etc.. Otherwise it will not form a good bond.
    2. While not always necessary, some areas may need profiling if they are exceptional “tightly trowelled.” Easily be done with another of our Surface Preparation products – SCR.
    3. Dampen the surface of the concrete (no puddles, though!). Then apply a thin coating of SureBond (associated product used as a bonding agent, mixed with water, sold separately) to a small work area so as not to let it dry out.

Mix Deep Patch™ with water thoroughly in a large bucket. While working to ensure it does not set up before it can be applied.

  1. Apply Deep Level to ONLY the work area where SureBond is present, not dry. Continue following these steps until all sectors have been patched/covered to your satisfaction! Deep Level is typically trowelled into place; however, application methods will vary depending on the project needs.
  2. Patches in excess of 2” (5 cm) up to 4” (10cm) require the introduction of # 8 pea gravel (3/8 – ½” [9.5 – 12.7 mm]) at the rate of 10 pounds (4.5 kg) pea gravel to 1 – 50 pound (22.7 kg) bag of Deep Patch™.

Base Coat
1. Before applying Deep Patch™, the surface should be saturated surface dry with clean water (SSD or damp, no puddles).
2. Apply SureBond™ according to the TDS Deep Level

Patching Coat
1. While SureBond™ is still wet, use Deep Level™.
2. Apply Deep Patch™ by trowel or squeegee, ensure the product is tightly placed into patched area.