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You can patch up the cracks and such, but it will pretty much never look like a freshly poured driveway without acyually redoing it.
923 club station drive, Atl, ga, in Brookhaven near Lenox Mall in Buckhead.
If you like the wet look, sealer it is quite the color enhancer. Don't get it at Lowes of HD.
Before & after
Before and after pics of mine are posted there. They pressure washed it for free and put two
The front edge was busted up bad from 23 years of cars banging into it.
Though they patched it with some Quickcrete, they said it would not last and they were right. No problem, considering the speed my children come into the driveway! I expected the edge to crack up overnight, it lasted 6 months.
What makes this fix so incredible to me after looking everywhere for how to restore my expensive stamped concrete driveway is;
1) The color is incredible (Charcoal),
2) the fact that it didn't change the texture,
3) that it does not get slippery when wet, and
4) that it is guaranteed not to peel, chip or bubble for 10 years.
They even have a free program for their clients where they will come back and refresh it for 50% off ($.50 a SF) anytime within 3 years if for any reason it gets damaged or I choose to sell my house and want it looking brand new (curb appeal is sooo important to generate interest in buyers).
I truly believe this company has the least expensive, highest quality way of creating a beautiful driveway and keeping it beautiful (or for that matter a patio or poolside) of any company in the Decorative Concrete Industry! I should know, I look hard for a few years before I found them. No other company came close to their price and certainly not for such high quality!
As far as cost, with all the indepth installation, it will run $3+ psf. Significantly more than the one being touted here, but its the real deal. Get Look New would be a candidate for some driveways, but not for many I have seen here in the Metro. One solution simply does not fit everyone.
You don't want a slick surface.
You can do exposed aggregate, but I wouldn't on a drive way.
Use the proper amount of expansion joint and realize that a freeze/thaw cycle over the years will wreck havoc however Mother Nature wants.
Concrete is a porous material....just the way it is.