QC Thin-Pave NI
Applying QC Thin-Pave NI to a surface? Look below for handy tips and tricks.
- Remove any loose/unstable paints, sealsers, curing compounds, etc., or
oily residues using chemical strippers, sanding, shot blasting or otherwise
mechanically preparing the surface.
- If the surface is to be imprinted, do so at the proper stage of set.
- Use QC Crack Repair Kit after surface preparation, according to manufacturer's
recommendations to bridge these types of situations and prevent the crack
from appearing in the topping.
- When a surface is found to be powdery or unstable due to improper curing,
finishing, etc., apply QC Cemguard to harden and properly stabilize the surface.
- When excessive subgrade moisture/alkaline salts are present, QC Cemguard
should also be used according to manufacturer's recommendations to stabilize
- Do not use acids to clean the surface before applying QC Thin-Pave NI.
- Avoid placement of QC Thin-Pave NI when the following weather conditions
are present: excessive heat/wind, surfaces below 40°F during
installation or the first 15 days of curing, and surfaces below 33°F in the second 15 days of curing.