How to Pour Anchor Cement

Introduction: How to Pour Anchor Cement

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Anchor Cement is a fast-setting, general purpose grouting material designed to anchor bolts or railings into concrete for a super tight grip. Fast Set Cement Mix is formulated for setting fence posts quickly and easily. Simply pour the mix into the hole and add water. The product sets in minutes, allowing fence to be hung the same day.

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    11 Discussions

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    JohnG394
    JohnG394

    Question 1 year ago on Introduction

    Can the anchoring cement be poured into earth ground instead of concrete and have the same anchoring affect?

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    giulio.m
    giulio.m

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Not SPAM at all!! It is educational and informative. It is sponsored by a brand, so it is with many SUGRU, TECH SHOP, etc... instructables.
    The Sakrete guy is always there to answer for any question someone might have. Thumbs up!! I've learned a few things here watching their videos

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    Prfesser
    Prfesser

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Joined one day, posted 11 "instructables" by the next day, all of which appear to be prepared by Sakrete. Sorry but this seems more like spam to me.

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    johnny3h
    johnny3h

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Nope!!!!! It is NOT SPAM. To me, and most DIYers, IF it's educational AND costs nothing to learn, then it is not spam.

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    georion
    georion

    9 years ago on Introduction

    Yup, smells like Spam....................................!!!!

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    johnny3h
    johnny3h

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    nope!!!!! It is NOT SPAM. To me, and most DIYers, IF it's educational AND costs nothing to learn, then it is not spam.

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    Sakrete
    Sakrete

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    I'm afraid we would need a bit more information. If you are asking about poles and posts we would recommend that metals be coated with a rust inhibitor before placing in any cement based product. If I haven’t answered your question gemtree please feel free to call 1-800- SAKRETE. Our technical support department will be more than happy to help you.
    The Sakrete Team

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    lindatexas
    lindatexas

    9 years ago on Introduction

    NOT SPAM ! Some humans are only looking for something to put a judgment on! Any idea that is shared is not trash if it solves a problem, uses recycled materials when possible, and does not require a credit card to find out how it all comes together; even if it is shared all over the www. It took the devotion of TIME to post 11 projects. Some folks would rather raid the refrigerator than think of spending their time posting an idea that might help even one person. I’m going on to look at the other 10.

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    Sakrete
    Sakrete

    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Thank You lindatexas for your comments...We hope you find many usefull tips on using concrete products by viewing the videos. The Sakrete Team

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    Sakrete
    Sakrete

    9 years ago on Introduction

    This is not Spam, Sakrete is just starting to spend some time to help educate DIYers on how to do different concrete projects. Please see our new website to also see these videos at www.sakrete.com.