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Latex-ite

Model 1TPC

Internet #100077230

Store SKU #805336

1 Gal. Trowel Patch

$11.27 /each
  • The answer for blacktop alligation, large cracks and depressions
  • Goes down smoothly with a Trowel
  • Cures to a black, cement-like finish

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The Latex-ite 1 Gal. Trowel Patch is a patented, black, cement-like formula that's especially recommended for shallow repairs and wide cracks in asphalt paving. It repairs medium to large cracks, smooth rough spots and fills minor depressions. It trowels to a smooth, feather-edge finish and has Fass-Dri technology for rapid drying and setting. (Note: If product is not available to order in your area that is due to nighttime temperatures. Product may not cure and/or track in late fall and early spring applications).

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  • Recommended for shallow repairs, wide cracks, low spots and depressions in asphalt
  • Patented, no-stir, cement-like formula dries to a smooth finish
  • Fass-Dri formula
  • Low VOC formula
  • If there are gas and oil spots they need to be primed first

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How do you open container?

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October 27, 2015
It took me longer to get the container open than to patch the hole in my driveway. Is there an easy trick to it?
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Auburn, NY
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June 28, 2016
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Use a large screwdriver and just go underside of the lid and pry it open as you go. It's a little work but the product stays in a very workable form.
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June 7, 2016
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You can also try slipping a flathead screwdriver under the lip of the green cover, and pry upwards. Then, move the screwdriver ever so slightly to the left or right and patiently work your way around the lid, prying up at each spot. The lid should slowly lift off to a point where you pry it off by hand, but it does take a bit of effort/patience (you make have to backtrack and pry a few spots more than Read More
You can also try slipping a flathead screwdriver under the lip of the green cover, and pry upwards. Then, move the screwdriver ever so slightly to the left or right and patiently work your way around the lid, prying up at each spot. The lid should slowly lift off to a point where you pry it off by hand, but it does take a bit of effort/patience (you make have to backtrack and pry a few spots more than once). Was able to open three buckets this way. Good luck! Read Less
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December 13, 2015
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Thanks for posting this question. What a scandal that it requires actual cutting and THERE ARE NO DIRECTIONS TO GIVE ANY CLUE !
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October 28, 2015
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Yes, cut the dimples/slots on the top of the lid in a downward direction. Once cut you should be able to peel each section of the lid back with your hands.
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Is cleanup water or mineral spirits?

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Sierra Madre, California
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June 14, 2016
Cleanup using trowel patch.
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June 28, 2016
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Water. Comes off easily if you don't let it sit on you too long. Goes for the tools, too.
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Auburn, NY
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June 28, 2016
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I cleaned up right after using it and soap and water did the job.
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June 17, 2016
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Water when wet, citrus cleaner when the product has dried.
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August 12, 2016
How many gallons do I need to do 50 square ft?
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August 15, 2016
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Coverage depends on asphalt porosity, and thickness of application. As an average a gallon will cover 15-20 sq. ft. at 1/2" thickness.
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August 13, 2016
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I don't know how and where you want to use the product. Look at the product container, the instructions, and the listed specifications for the product. It really depends on how thick a layer of cement you put down. A skim layer will cover more than a 1/2" layer.
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can I top this product with gravel to form a chipseal-like surface?

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St. Louis MO
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August 12, 2015
I need to fill/level the sunken area between my concrete driveway apron to the left, and the chipseal road surface to the right. Thanks!
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June 28, 2016
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I'm not sure this is the right product for what you want to do. If you spread it too thick I believe it will crack as it dries. For thinner layers it will work fine but anything above that it may crack.
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August 14, 2015
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No, unfortunately the binder will not hold the stone in place.
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 77 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product worked as manufacture claimed Product was easy to apply and performed well. Easy clean up. September 15, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product seems to work well but it dries brownish-grey, not black as advertised. Be prepared to apply a sealer to hide the patch. September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good for fixing driveway Easily filled cracks in driveway. Was able to smooth with wet trowel. August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Product performs as advertised I have used Latex-ite Trowel Patch several times over the past two years for depressions in my aging driveway. It has always worked exactly as advertised. I was disappointed at my recent purchase, because the local Home Depot carried only the 1 gallon size. That doesn't cover much; however, the store was out of the two-gallon size, which is much less expensive than two 1-gal. containers. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great crack patrching ability I use this, but first I swep sand into all the cracks. I then patch thinly and put sand over it to dry. Seep it off looks breat and the sand wears off from driving on it and it looks very good. I only seal every three years and do this in between. Drive way is 28 years old and is still surviving all those winters. August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 3 days, not dry or hard. Right now it is in the mid 80's in the day and mid 60's in at nights. I have an area that is about an inch thick that I need to patch. I followed the directions on the bucket to the "T". - It says to mix the contents thoroughly before patching (done). - It says to clean the area thoroughly (done) - It says for areas requiring more than a 1/2 inch thick patch, you have to layer it in 1/2 inch layers at a time (done). The area I need to patch is 1 inch thick. 3 days ago I applied the first 1/2 inch thick layer. It still has not fully cured/hardened yet. The bucket says you have to wait until each layer is fully cured before applying another layer on top. It has not fully cured or hardened. It has not rained or anything. Yet the half inch patch is still soft. It's skinned over, but it's soft - so soft I only have to use about 3 pounds of pressure with a finger for it to give, if that. It's soft like play dough. You certainly cannot walk on it without getting it all over your shoes and you MOST CERTAINLY cannot drive on it yet. Also, at the widest part of the patch area (which is about 2 inches wide), it is cracking. The cracking is no big deal right now since I have to put another layer on it, but I bet the other layer will crack too. Which means I will have to put a third skim coat layer on in order to patch the cracks! However, I will never know because I have to wait for the first layer to hardened yet. And when will that be (apparently 3 days isn't enough!)????? Only God knows, I guess. Maybe even never. It's looking like I may have to remove the Trowel Patch the I can and use a different product. I will give it a full week and if it does not harden by then, I will remove it and find something else to use. I will also be returning it to HD for a refund, as much as I would hate to do it since it's not HD's fault! But at $12/gallon, I'm not about to eat the cost when I was never able to use it, that's for sure. I cannot recommend this product unless it will dry (and I have no way of knowing if it is going to even after 3 days. And if it does dry. I can only recommend it if you don't care how long it takes to finish your project - especially of your project involves multiple layers for each area. But for right now, I say look for another product. August 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy Repair Great product for driveway makeover. Easy repair, however, it does appear to crack. I used it for cracks that are too small for asphalt repair. I've been using it for several years. August 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great product very cheap Product works extremely well on my driveway, cleans easy, and dries fast in the sun July 19, 2016
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