Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 139
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jg My Driveway
My driveway is almost 50 years old.I am 75 years young.This product Trowel Patch has helped me very much by saveing me thousands of dollars in paveing cost and made the repairs so that a person of my age can do this with little effort. Thank you Home Depot for this product.
John Geiger homeowner...
September 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Localnut475 Durable and easy to apply
I have used Latex-ite products for several years now patching an old black top driveway that was literally crumbling apart. Not having the cash on hand to have it redone professionally, I have been doing sections of it at a time with Latex-ite products. First I power wash the dirt from the cracks, on areas where there are just deep cracks I use the liquid crack filler in a gallon container, and if the crack is large enough I smooth it over with the trowel patch afterwards to make it look better.
Where the trowel patch really shines is the areas where the black top is so broken up and it resembles alligator skin, it's too much to handle for the liquid but the trowel works great and is easy to apply. What I really like about these products is the water cleanup, can't beat it! The manufacture says you don't need to seal the trowel patch after applying but I believe it makes it look nicer and gives it added protection.
Side Note, make sure to apply these products when there is no forecast of rain for at least 24 hours or your effort and cash will be washed away. When your drive is as bad as mine these products will not make it look like new but as close to it for doing it by hand, and if done right should protect it for quite a few years to come with regular maintenance.
September 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by dude doesn't work unless you get a fresh batch . . .unfair to customer
There are no date codes on any of Dalton's products. If you unknowingly buy old product, you are screwed. The stuff never turns black and does not dry. You will not know this will happen before you use it. In my case I wasted time, money, and effort putting down a product that does not work. 2 cans at
$16.98 each . . . and had to scrape the product off. I used the product before and it was outstanding.
Home Depot has no way of knowing when it is out of date. So if you buy old returned product or product sitting on shelf for a long time . . . you will indeed be upset with the results. Shame on Dalton for taking the easy way out. Anything to sell a product
October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Livestrong1003 This is my second review
I have used 6 gallons of this product and it has held up during summer and 5° winter with 30" of snow. I was concerned if this product would peel off over time. It did not. Trowel Patch is easy to apply with a plastic spatula. It dries hard and holds up over time. It is excellent. For shallow and feathered applications this works as advertised. The bonding properties are excellent.
April 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Brad Good stuff
I highly recommend this product. This stuff works really well for medium and large cracks and dips in the driveway. It works better than anything I have tried. It shrinks somewhat so you have to do several coats. I used a large drywall knife to smooth it out. It sticks really well and stays on season after season. Use gloves because it is hard to get off your hands.
September 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Kaladin crack filler
Did the job! Filled cracks. Some took two coats but that was fine. bought four buckets because it worked so well.
October 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by diy1961 A little tricky to work with
Works well and dries to a hard finish. A little tricky to get smooth.
October 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by gzuckier more experiments
using this on driveway in bad shape, before blacktop. it says you don't need to cover it, though. i have some low spots i'm trying to build up and a lot of places where the underlying fill is disintegrating so i tried using this stuff to fill in the low pothole and keep it from getting worse. we'll see.
September 20, 2016