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Re: Driveway crack filler

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Pops1532

09-18-2013 10:28:25
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I forget what the product is called but your local concrete dealer should be able to hook you up with quart size caulking tubes of the correct product to seal blacktop to foundation. It stays flexible and is grey in color. The box stores won't likely have it. Go to a concrete dealer or cement block dealer.




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GordoSD

09-18-2013 15:59:09
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 Re: Driveway crack filler in reply to Pops1532, 09-18-2013 10:28:25  
Yes, there is a gray urethane product for cracks in foundations, concrete etc. Spendy but worth it.



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Ray Hofstetter

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 Re: Driveway crack filler in reply to Pops1532, 09-18-2013 10:28:25  
Pops, I think you're talking about SIKLAFLEX, we use it on concrete cracks, don't know why it wouldn't work on blacktop. Been told that's what they use to stick the reflectors in the roads. Home Despot has started to carry it.



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