In this study, the mechanical properties of five different cement based repairing materials were evaluated. These materials were classified into two groups: laboratory made materials with or without admixtures (3 types), and other two types of commercial proprietary pre-packaged with additives. Mechanical properties, such as compressive strength, modulus of rupture and drying shrinkage were studied. Results show that these mechanical properties were varying significantly from each other. The drying shrinkage of the commercial proprietary repair materials
was less than that of the conventional mortar. This will lead to a reduced cracking risk in the former repair materials compared to the latter. Through the regression analysis on the experimental data collected, power relation with coefficient of determination of 0.766 is obtained between compressive and modulus of rupture.