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Crack-Stix

Model # 2050

Internet # 100658840

10 lb. 125 ft. Medium Black Permanent Blacktop Crack Filler

$60.63 /each
  • Fill your blacktop cracks & joints permanently
  • Lifetime Guarantee
  • Just pack and melt

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Product Overview

Crack-Stix contains 125 ft. of 1/2 in. Dia Permanent Asphalt/Concrete Crack Filler. This is a permanent solution to cracks on the marketplace. It is the same product seen on highways and roads but the only difference is you can apply it and don't need a 200 Gal. melter to do it.

  • 125 ft. of 1/2 in. Dia Crack-Stix
  • Weather resistant
  • For use on asphalt and concrete
  • No volatile organic compounds
  • For deep cracks or joints, before you begin fill the crack using backer rod, sand, or stone dust but leave enough room for product

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
9.5 
Product Height (in.) 
10 
Product Length (in.) 
10.25 

Details

Color Family 
Black 
Drying Time (hours) 
0.33 
Features 
Fast Setting 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior 
Product Type 
Patch/Repair 
Product Weight (lb.) 
10 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Use Location 
Driveway 

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Can I use this product by applying 2 coats? If so, how long do I have to wait between applications?

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Lebanon, NJ
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For example, if I am dealing with a crack in the asphalt of 1" wide and approximately 1 1/2" deep, it seems to me that I would need to put down two applications, melting the first piece, then laying down another "snake" and melting that one...one on top of the other.

Or should I partially fill the crack with stone dust and pack down as good as possible, then apply only 1 application?
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September 22, 2015
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Yes. 20 minutes is plenty of time before adding a second layer.
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They recommend filling with small gravel first, and then maybe a little sand. I had a couple of big cracks and they came out great. You can always do a second pass too because it will re-melt with a propane torch. Like some other people commented, you can apply it like soldering too. Just keep feeding the rope into the crack with one hand and apply the flame as you go. I got very good results... just Read More
They recommend filling with small gravel first, and then maybe a little sand. I had a couple of big cracks and they came out great. You can always do a second pass too because it will re-melt with a propane torch. Like some other people commented, you can apply it like soldering too. Just keep feeding the rope into the crack with one hand and apply the flame as you go. I got very good results... just remember to take a break from time to time or your knees won't like it. Read Less
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North Andover, MA
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Yes, definitely can use multiple coats. I've had some deep cracks I filled in 2 or 3 passes. I wait 30 minutes for the first bit to cool just so it's easier to control how deep I melt the next stick. If it's still hot, it tends to over-melt and not gap fill as well. I've done subsequent coats a week or two later and that works fine as well as long as you don't let it get full of sand/dirt before adding Read More
Yes, definitely can use multiple coats. I've had some deep cracks I filled in 2 or 3 passes. I wait 30 minutes for the first bit to cool just so it's easier to control how deep I melt the next stick. If it's still hot, it tends to over-melt and not gap fill as well. I've done subsequent coats a week or two later and that works fine as well as long as you don't let it get full of sand/dirt before adding more. Cleaned out cracks give the best adhesion. Read Less
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May 4, 2015
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Yes, you can fill the sub base of the crack with sand or stone dust and then layer the product on top of it. Yes you can apply more than one layer and there is no need to wait in between coats. The second layer can be added immediately.
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Do they sell Crack Stix in the Home Depot Stores?

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Warrenton, Virginia
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October 7, 2015
no extra information needed
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I had to order it through Home Depot.
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No
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North Andover, MA
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No. They do not. They sell some other patching products, but I've never seen this product in any of their stores.
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Once you open the bucket how long does the unused product last?

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Should I buy only what I need for the immediate job or can I buy the larger size and have the unused product last for a couple/few years?
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I believe forever. It can always be melted, hardened and then melted again.
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September 6, 2015
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The product will last a long time. Several years will not be a problem.
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I'm on my second bucket and I used the first for years. I can't even remember how many years but it never went bad. You shouldn't have any problems.
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Can you use a plumbers blow torch to melt this product?

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You can, but takes some patience. I purchased a large torch that connects to a full size propane tank (3000 BTU). The only downside to the bigger torch is careful of your fingers, especially if wind is blowing.
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September 17, 2015
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Yes, a plumbers blow torch will work as long as the head of the torch is 90 degrees of the top of the bottle. Propane will not burn if the bottle is inverted.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 143 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Commercial Grade Repair This product saved my driveway. This is exactly what I was looking for. The repair is very similar to that used in road construction and commercial parking lots. I used a regular hand held push button torch with regular propane, not mapp gas. I did my entire driveway, and I had close to 100 cracks. I used 2 propane bottles.Cures in 20 in 20 minutes. I sealed my driveway the next day. Shipping was fast and free. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best crack filler This stuff worked great so far on my driveway. All of the other homeowner friendly products I've tried were a total waste of time and money. It takes just a little patience and learning to work with but the results are worth it. I found that using it like welding sticks worked best on small cracks as it was impossible to push it in the gap as the instructions state. The real test will be upon inspection in the spring but it's holding tight during the daily temperature cycles and rain showers. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Finally A Permanent Solution The crack filler was easy to work with and if cracks are correctly preped the filler will last a long time. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by wouldnt melt tried to use this product per instructions, but wont melt into cracks. product support was no help. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great stuff This stuff is great. Buy the cane torch too. Note that for a thin crack, you can stretch the cord of tar into a thinner cord to fit it into the crack before heating and melting it. Don't try to fill a big crack with it, but instead fill the bottom of the crack with a concrete dressing, and then overcoat it with the tar cord. Bear in mind that if you have a crack that is really expanding, you may well have a subsurface settling problem which this might not fix. July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by crack sealer I used this to fill the cracks in my concrete driveway, works perfectly. Water is no longer going under driveway which has been causing it to crack more. December 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This product works better than the liquid pour fillers. Prior to purchasing this product, I read many of the reviews and followed some of the advice offered. I used compressed air to blow the loose debris out of the cracks. Based on one tip, I also found it easier to melt and drip into the cracks, especially those too small for the rope to fit into. Something else which worked well: After filling about a foot of crack I would re-heat and pool that section to level it out (similar to gas welding). This would leave the surface nearly seamless once it cooled and hardened. I also sprinkled fine sand atop of the melted tar (before it cooled) which improved bonding of the driveway sealer. The biggest problem I had was keeping my torch lit. Using the small camping style bottles, the flame would go out once the bottle was inverted. I solved issue this by rigging my torch and hose to a Bbq cylinder. November 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome Spend the money and buy this stuff, it is absolutely amazing! Buy the garden torch for your propane bottle and it's so easy and blows all the other crack fillers away! It's almost fun! May 31, 2016
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