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I have a concrete counter that is a bit unusual in that the surface layer is just concrete dye. It looks awesome, very earthy mix of colors, but unfortunantly it cracks, pulls up a bit. I tried patching with SpectraLOCK grout, and while it seems to work, and be stronger, it is sanded, and I need an unsanded grout.

Looking around I didn't find any epoxy type grouts that are unsanded. Any recommendations?

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closed as too localized by Tester101 Aug 24 '12 at 19:33

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