Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 149
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DBush 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 1.0 out of 5.0 by Phil Didn't work for me
I struggled to push this into a 1/8 inch crack. Even in wider cracks, it wanted to stick to the screw driver more than the blacktop. The plastic wrap didn't help. Instructions for cutting this with a screw driver are a joke. I also tried a box cutter and scissors. I finally used tin snips. I tried stretching the cut pieces to fit, but it was still a struggle to push it into the crack and get it to stay. The instructions say to push it into the crack below the surface and not to overfill. I couldn't do it. I hoped melting it would allow it to run into and fill the crack, which didn't really work either. I finally gave up after making little progress.
August 9, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Straz Works as advertised
This allowed me to fill voids between garage & driveway slabs w/o a hot pot to melt tar-based crack fillers.
This stuff comes coiled-up in a plastic bucket, coil length's contiguous & wrapped in a cellophane-like material permitting coiled tar to be handled cleanly while placing it in desired area. Once in place coating melts along w/ filler material. Nice.
ONLY suggestion I have is: material's melting point be lowered. I used a small torch, kind plumbers use for soldering, and it took quite a few 12" passes before melting; but, once it does melt it easily flows filling cracks completely. IF material melted easier I'd have given a full 5 stars, otherwise am satisfied.
August 11, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Crackaddict The stuff works pretty well
This is not the easiest way to fill cracks in a concrete driveway, but it seems to have done the job. We'll see how it survives the winter. It's best if your cracks are all uniform width and depth. In my 40-year-old driveway, the cracks were nowhere near uniform. I had some so wide I used the product 3 strands wide. Some were so deep I added gravel to make my own Macadam. Some were so narrow I had to stretch the product to make it skinnier. My main concerns were to prevent water seepage and to get rid of weeds. Already a few weeds have grown through the product where it binds to the concrete, but they are very few and far between. All in all, I'm satisfied with how this stuff works.
August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JR Fill crack between asphalt and building foundation.
We had a gap between the building foundation and the asphalt parking lot, due to asphalt contraction, that caused a water leak inside the building. I was looking for asphalt crack fillers on the internet when I found the Crack Stix product. I watched the video, and thought that it might work for what we wanted to do. We used the product last week, and it did a great job filling the gap. Now we just need a good rain to see if the leak has been eliminated.
August 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mark Black top crack fixer
So far working well on asphalt concrete or black top crack repair did not work well PCC concrete crack only last a month before crack reopened.
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Larsensair Works better than you would think
Used this product on our road. Used a weed burning torch and propane tank and this worked very well. Don't overheat or it will boil and make patch look bad Take your time and it will work and look just like the towns road repair crew did it!
August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hamel 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