Red cement cement is used in concrete floors to glue together a wall or ceiling, a project that is often more labor-intensive than the traditional cement method.
It also provides a surface that can absorb water and keep it away from other hard surfaces.
But it can also create dust, creating a slippery surface for dust to enter.
In this case, the floor is too dry to make use of it.
The glue dries quickly, but can cause problems with the cement’s stability.
The solution: a cheaper cement, called dry cement, which can be used on cement flooring.
But if you’re looking to get the job done faster, you could consider the dry cement version.
It can be bought online for about $1.20 a pound.
If you want to use dry cement in a cement mixer, the recommended amount of product for the job is 3/8-inch.
The other options are 1-inch, 1-foot, or 1-3/4-inch of dry cement.