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4.75 Gal. Pro 7 Blacktop Gel Filler Sealer

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Gardner Pro 7 Driveway Sealer delivers excellent lasting protection and a like-new finish for all asphalt and blacktop. Gardner Pro 7 Driveway Sealer is ideal for new aged asphalt and restores new life to old worn pavement. It fills small cracks for an even finish, and provides durable protection against damaging sun and rain. Gardner trademark Gel formula virtually eliminates stirring and ensures a more consistent finish, making your sealing project faster and easier.

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  • No mixing, better finish
  • Protects and beautifies
  • Renews and rejuvenates aged asphalt
  • Durable, rubberized for strength
  • Please consider the weather when ordering this product, it may freeze in transit, making the product unusable

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How much do I need?

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April 27, 2015
My driveway is 5 year old and there is no crack at all except there is a tiny gap between the Belgian blocks and the blacktop. It has been sealed once about 3 years ago.
The driveway is 20' x 52'

Can somebody tell me approximately how many gallons do I need?

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June 12, 2016
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I just did mine...I would recommend 2 more buckets than listed amount. I have to order more to finish.
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August 31, 2015
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It's sold in 4.75 gallon buckets for 350sf of coverage area. 350sf is an average of 'more or less.
The SF of 1040 is borderline for 3 buckets = 1050sf. Get 4 buckets and return one if not needing it, it's better than running short on potentially messy projects. Get 5 buckets and you may squeeze out 2 coats for better protection. The 2nd coat of anything generally requires less product and better than
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It's sold in 4.75 gallon buckets for 350sf of coverage area. 350sf is an average of 'more or less.
The SF of 1040 is borderline for 3 buckets = 1050sf. Get 4 buckets and return one if not needing it, it's better than running short on potentially messy projects. Get 5 buckets and you may squeeze out 2 coats for better protection. The 2nd coat of anything generally requires less product and better than having 3 extra gallons hanging around from the 4th bucket.
(Late reply, but good for future reference for others)
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August 8, 2015
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20x52=1040 sq ft.: so 1 can covers 350 sq. ft.; 2.97; so buy 3 cans to cover it and an extra can for a nice thick coat to seep in:. so 1040 sq ft. divided by 350 sq. ft . = 2.971
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April 28, 2015
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One gallon will cover 350 square feet. How much you may need will depend on how many times you will go over the driveway.
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April 28, 2015
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Hi cwon. With a driveway of your size, you will need six to eight 5-gallon buckets for a two coat application. You can find a coverage calculator, as well as application tips on our web site, www.gardner-gibson.com. You'll also find instructions/application tips on the Gardner Pro 7 page on www.homedepot.com. Thanks for your inquiry!
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what is the maximum thiickness of cracking that this product will fill with excellent results?

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March 31, 2015
I have a lot of spider web cracks. a very tough winter, (new jersey) and sealed it last fall with a latex product. I am looking for real good results and the max crack I have is 1/8th"
Also, what is the best cold temperature to get good results?
Thanks in advance for a quick response.
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July 6, 2016
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I don't recommend it for covering any existing crack.
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September 8, 2015
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Hairline, it will not fill 1/8 inch or 1/16 must be smaller, it will seal them but not fill if they are shallow, if 1/16 or larger. Deep cracks must be prepped.
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April 2, 2015
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Thanks for your question. A coating will cover “spider web” cracks up to approximately 1/16” with “excellent” results. This type of crack is generally a surface crack which does not go through the pavement. Cracks in excess of this should be repaired using a Gardner patching product. Your application temperature should be 60 degrees and rising. Good luck with your driveway!
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April 1, 2015
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Hello David,
Thank you for your question!
This product will fill in cracks up to 1/2" wide, so it will work well for your 1/8" cracks. The coldest application temperature is 50 degrees.
Have a great day,
Christine
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Will this hide cold patch?

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yes. for a couple months. but not last longer, specially it won't pass the winter.
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July 4, 2016
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Being kind of fussy myself, I would probably coat the cold patch with Latex-ite 2 Gal. Trowel Patch. It would smooth out the coarseness of the cold patch repair and have it look better than without. But as with most repairs of cracks etc., it will have a slightly smoother appearance under the top coat. The top coat sealers, themselves, tend to level out and don't do much to conceal cold patch repairs.
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May 11, 2016
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
" Thanks for your question. Gardner Pro 7 is a great sealer that can be applied over patches. Make sure that the patch has fully cured per the manufacturer’s instructions, then follow your Gardner Pro 7 instructions for preparation and application. The Gardner-Gibson website includes tips and brief Read More
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer,
We reached out to MFG for more information and below is their response.
" Thanks for your question. Gardner Pro 7 is a great sealer that can be applied over patches. Make sure that the patch has fully cured per the manufacturer’s instructions, then follow your Gardner Pro 7 instructions for preparation and application. The Gardner-Gibson website includes tips and brief videos for sealing an asphalt driveway so feel free to visit the RESOURCES page or our CONTACT US page should you have additional questions. Keep us posted!
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Cold patch

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Will this hide/blend in cold patch?
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May 16, 2016
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Hi Cleveland99. Color variations will be masked, but texture variations could be visible.
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Filler/sealer should hide color variations of patching but not the rough texture of some coarse patch jobs. Given a few coats prior to a complete sealing top coat, even the rough texure could blend in better. The additives of 'fillers' can fill depressions and voids.
There are other products like trowelable crack fillers that might work better in some more extreme cases before sealing the
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Filler/sealer should hide color variations of patching but not the rough texture of some coarse patch jobs. Given a few coats prior to a complete sealing top coat, even the rough texure could blend in better. The additives of 'fillers' can fill depressions and voids.
There are other products like trowelable crack fillers that might work better in some more extreme cases before sealing the surface.
'smooth' and 'coarse' texture can be visually apparent when patching was necessary before an overall driveway sealing, but the color should be consistent. Only new asphalt looks new, especially in cold, freezing climates with frost/thaw. So, don't expect perfection from sealcoats, although they do give weathered asphalt a new lease on life with proper preparation.
As with any good paint job, it's all in the preparation before the paint.
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May 6, 2016
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The temperature must be 60°F and rising, but not exceeding 90°F.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by no good for my driveway Last year I followed the instruction and had applied two coats with this product on my driveway. Right after one week it was sanded out almost every day. During the winter, it starting showed hairline cracks everywhere. This is the 1st time I have this kind of poor result and it caused by switching to this product . In the past 20 years with other brand products, there were only several line cracks happened. July 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Blacktop Gel Filler Sealer This sealer was the easy to use no stir just turn upside down the night before using. I have used at least three other brands none of then close to this product. Looks great if last like warraty says I will be very pleased. June 23, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best driveway sealer I have ever purchased!! This has got to be the best driveway sealer on the market!! I did turn the buckets upside down and left them until ready for use, this product did not require any stirring at all. And when I poured in out on to the driveway, it was so easy to apply and went on very smoothly. My driveway looked as good as when it was new, I did buy the driveway patch and filled in the small cracks before applying the sealer. My driveway looked so good, I didn't want to put the cars back on it!! Clean up was also a breeze, just soap, water and a scrub brush. I am a widow and this sealer definitely made my job a lot easier and looks great!! I will definitely purchase this product again!!! If you need sealer, consider this one, don't pass it by!! September 1, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Best used so far! No stir but we stored anyway, went on smooth started with rubber squeeze but switched to broom type which gave a better look! Used 10 cans glad I ordered 2 extra for second coat! September 1, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Goes on easy with minimal mixing, was hoping it filled cracks 1/8 inch or smaller. You still need a crack filler prep. September 8, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Really thin When the product name is GEL, you expect something fairly thick. This product was as thin as any paint I've ever seen. It went on fine. It took two coats to cover a pretty smooth asphalt driveway. August 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best ever! Using this product was a breeze, it being gel rather than swishy liguid was not as messy. Spread great with a squeegee, no stirring necessary. A little went a long way. High praises for this product. I did my driveway and my neighbors on 3 containers and still have a little left! and we both have 2 car parking and walkway. Will never use anything else. July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Good Product Easy to mix to a uniform mixture. Used a brush broom in 4 directions and then a squeegee. This allowed one coat, although 2 coats are recommended on the instruction label. Results in a black uniform coating. Instructions say not to use unless no rain anticipated for 24 hours. Weather here was some showers every day. So took a chance on a day where small chance of showers between 12 and 24 hours after application. Unfortunately there was a light shower around 12 hours after application. I allowed no cars on driveway for about 5 days. But there were some slight tire marks. This could have been my fault for applying where rain occurred within 24 hours or perhaps I put on too thick by doing as 1 coat, athough I think I used squeegee properly. The tire marks are very minor. This is the 3rd time in about a 35 year period I've done this job. This material was much improved over material I used years ago. July 21, 2015
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