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Sounds like that broke up because it never really boned.. I would acid etch, then use a bonding agent in the depression, followed by the self leveling concrete mix.. A little more research for ya!

My 16x24 workshop concrete slab, we treated similarly, an acid wash, then an epoxy paint, a pale yellow, I wanted as much light as possible.. It's done well, but over the years, it has worn, but most of the space is covered by stuff, so hard to tell.. It went quick, had to stay off a couple days, let it really set up...

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