this is a common problem with the cream top on concrete. During the pour they may have used too much water which will cause these pits.  It also makes the concrete on  soft on the top. This means , no matter how much filling you do, it may continue to pit. I would first apply a densifer and than fill

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From: hector castillo <>
Date: 1/9/18 10:48 PM (GMT-08:00)
Subject: Cement floor

Hello Partners

I did a cement floor and it pitted when I was grinding.

Cleaned out the holes filled it with a tec. Topping coat for the holes.

Did more grinding the next day still pitted but not as bad.

Used the gm3000 and the pitted open up at the very end of the 800 grit.

What is a goodway to fill  the holes?

Hector Castillo

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