We're in the process of remodeling our kitchen and we just pulled up the tiles. We found a few spots where there are large gouges or holes if you will, in the foundation. I'm guessing they were there from a previous remodel?
Anyway, we need to repair them and I was wondering if there was a certain type of cement that is required. The last guys just filled the holes in with the stuff you use for tiles and it chipped up and didn't stick at all.
There is also a long crack (as seen in the photo), should that be repaired in the same way or does that require something different?
UPDATE: I ended up finding this question: What cement product should I use to fix a hole in my slab? and used the cement listed in the answer
but it was too rocky. I need something very smooth. I filled the deeper sections enough with the quickete stuff, but now I need to top it off to get the smooth finish.