Model # 2051

Internet #203658275

Crack-Stix 16 lb. 125 ft. Medium Gray Permanent Concrete Joint and Crack Filler
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Crack-Stix

16 lb. 125 ft. Medium Gray Permanent Concrete Joint and Crack Filler

  • Fill your concrete joints & cracks permanently
  • Lifetime Guarantee…works on faded blacktop as well
  • Just pack and melt
$71.65 /each

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Introducing the only permanent filler for concrete joints and cracks: 125 ft. Medium Gray Permanent Concrete Joint and Crack Filler. This product originated from federally specified highway jobs but the only difference is you do not need a 200 Gal. melter to apply it. Crack-Stix is permanent because it is applied with heat (a simple hand held torch) and it bonds to the sidewalls of the crack. Cracks open up because they expand and contract with freeze or thaw cycles - but Crack-Stix will expand and contract right along with mother nature. Medium Crack-Stix is designed for joints and cracks 1/2 in. to 1 in. in Dia.

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  • For concrete joints and cracks 1/2 in. - 1 in. (12.7 mm - 25.4 mm) in Dia
  • 125 ft. (38.1 m) of medium-gray Crack-Stix
  • Hot applied, self-leveling gray, rope-like filler bonds to sidewalls
  • Traffic ready in approximately 20 minutes
  • Chlorine resistant - great for pool deck concrete joints
  • No volatile organic compounds
  • Prevent slip, trip and fall accidents
  • Will also work on faded blacktop (for those that do not want the contrast of a black crack filler)
  • 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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Customer Questions & Answers

Is support required?

When installing Crack-Stix in spaces which previously had 1x4 wood spacers, does the space below the Crack-Stix need to be filled with something to prevent it from "running" down into the space when heated? Wouldn't backer rod melt when heat is applied to the Crack-Stix? Any usage suggestions would be appreciated.
Asked by: PackerFan
No
Answered by: 73c
Date published: 2016-11-23

Can a second application of this product be applied after the first application has cured?

First application Dulles crack but there are some spots that could use more.
Asked by: len
Yes, you will have deeper areas and can place another strip where needed. I preferred to heat the bottom layer before laying the second layer.
Answered by: 73c
Date published: 2017-01-07

Can this product be painted with concrete paint without cracking?

Can this product be painted with concrete paint without cracking?
Asked by: Mo
Not sure,but my guess would be no ,but if it were me I would contact the company for that question,rather than except my guess !
Answered by: Dave
Date published: 2016-11-23

ON an aggregate driveway, May I push some pebbles into it when heated to help disguise the repair?

Asked by: rmori100
I wouldn't think so, it doesen't seem to stay melted long enough.
Answered by: Mark
Date published: 2017-01-07
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16 lb. 125 ft. Medium Gray Permanent Concrete Joint and Crack Filler is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 57.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Getting the area ready, cleaning after removing old filler, was very time consuming. The applica... Getting the area ready, cleaning after removing old filler, was very time consuming. The application of Crack-Stix into the concrete sections was fairly easy as long as I was careful to fill without overfilling and not stay in one place too long melting the Crack-Stix with propane. Careful not to burn and leave dark burn spots. You can re-heat these spots and remove the burned spots. Then, if necessary, replace a small section where you took out the burn spots. I had a big driveway job and used (2) 16 lb. pails. Time will tell how it survives winter weather. I am a 73 yr. old woman and believe any patient, careful person can manage this project.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crack-Stix fill seams in large concrete driveway I'm strictly a home owner/DIY type. Power washed my driveway a couple years ago and washed out the deteriorated spacers in the cracks and needed to find something to fill them back in. These were fairly deep and some quite wide up to an inch at the top. After cleaning and backfilling with dry sand to the desired depth I installed the crack-stix and using a large torch melted it in. This takes much longer than I had anticipated but most DIY projects seem to. Maybe I'm just a bit more cautious than most. This product takes a lot of heat to melt thoroughly so definitely use a big torch like a weed burner otherwise the stooping will destroy your back. As the product melts you will notice it does not flow readily. It just melts and oozes. Be sure to follow the directions as to how much to use to fill the gap and in addition heat the concrete of the crack enough for the material to kind of melt into the pores. The finish is amazing. Best of all, the wife is pleased with the results. This was a very satisfying project.
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use Purchased this to replace and fill expansion joints around the pool deck. Some tips- if your expansion joints are really deep, pack them with sand first. You won't need to use so many layers of Crack Stix and thus, won't have to buy as much. Also, purcahse the propane torch with the hose. A standard propane torch Will not work. Last tip, it takes some practice to make the filler look nice, so start somewhere less noticable. By the second or third application we were very satisified with our efforts.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product was easy to install and seems to seal the driveway cracks very well. Time will tell... This product was easy to install and seems to seal the driveway cracks very well. Time will tell how well this product will stand up to freezing temperatures in combination with snow and snow removal.
Date published: 2016-11-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked perfectly on cracks 1 1/4"" wide approx 1"" deep. I used several layers and simply melted th... Worked perfectly on cracks 1 1/4" wide approx 1" deep. I used several layers and simply melted them together, one layer at a time. Used regular propane torch with auto on.
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from takes a little longer to melt into the joint, but seems to create a good hard filler.Time will tell. takes a little longer to melt into the joint, but seems to create a good hard filler.Time will tell.
Date published: 2016-11-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a great product and does a much better job sealing then a normal joint and crack filler w... This is a great product and does a much better job sealing then a normal joint and crack filler would. It might not look as nice since it is easy to burn and turn a little yellow but it does a much better job sealing which is what counts for me being in Colorado and having a lot of melt and freeze that can cause my driveway to continually settle and cause the need for mud jacking it back up to become level. I am thinking about putting a layer of normal joint and crack filler to make it look nice, but this stuff does what it is suppose to do. I went three strands thick on larger crack areas and it still worked perfectly.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked better than caulking Used caulking first to seal cracks in the concrete around house foundation to stop water intrusion. It peeled away by end of winter. I used a heat gun instead of a propane torch and it did a great job. So far with the little bit of rain we've had it's doing the job. I'll see how it does over the winter.
Date published: 2016-10-04
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