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Blue Circle Multipurpose Ready mixed Concrete, 20kg Bag
Blue Circle Multi Purpose Concrete is a superior, ready to use concrete in a unique waste saving waterproof pack. The concrete simply mixes with clean water.
- Ready mixed
- Just add water
Features and benefits
Blue Circle Multi-Purpose Concrete is a premixed concrete manufactured from cement and specially selected and graded sand, and 10 mm coarse aggregate
- Blue Circle Multi-Purpose Concrete is suitable for most small concrete jobs, such as Concreting, Steps, Bedding Manholes, Driveways
- It is premixed and only requires the addition of clean water
- This product is manufactured to a third party accredited BS EN 9001 Quality Management System
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Location||Internal & external|
|Material||Cement, coarse gravel & graded sand|
Slinger5 - 4 months ago
We brought this product, to fill in the gaps between slabs, as the sand and cement didn't work.
The aggregate was a bit large, but it worked!
mixyourown - 5 months ago
My bag was 99% aggregate. I had to dig it out and start again with my own mix. Might be alright if you're burying it but likely wouldn't go off. Should just label it as gravel.
Just what I needed to patch a cracked floor
DIYing CJ - 7 months ago
When replacing the hallway floor I found the floor to be cracked. As a DIYer I wasn't sure if I needed concrete or cement, a few Internet searches later I find its concrete I need to use. This premixed bag was perfect, there was no need for me to buy the sand, loose chippings etc separately. It was easy to mix and easy to lay, all I needed was my trowel to lay this. The more you move it around the more the chippings settle out of sight and you're left with a smooth surface.
If used correctly, it's a great product!!
DTM10W - 7 months ago
After trial and error and preferring not to have to knock it all up first (Elderly), I found opening the bag one end (Standing up) and filling it with water, allowing a minute or so for it to make it's way down and through the bag (Agitation helps), then tip out where needed and add more water as required, was a good way of doing it and worked well :-)
Some reviewers clearly have no idea.
OddbaII - 7 months ago
When you don't know the difference between cement, mortar and concrete, it isn't really fair to blame the product. This isn't for small detailed patching jobs like fixing your bedroom wall, or refixing loose paving slabs. Use the right product for the job. If you have a rough hole to fill it does the job just fine.