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Old 03-08-2011, 09:58 PM   #1
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stupid question here..

If I have 2 bags of type s mortar in garage that has been below freezing..can I still use em?

I gotta set dura rock for kitchen tile in 2 days, and will use this..hopefully!


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unless the plastic moisture barrier has been compromised & the ceement's hard as a rock, you can still use the stuff would suggest you let it warm up,,, i'm not aware there's a shelf life to ceement

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As an anchor now. Once open, or even if they are closed, and not kept in a dry area, you now have some fine boulders.
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