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Latex-ite

Model # 4SP

Internet # 100013419

Store SKU # 798985

3.5 Gal. Super Patch

$16.94 /each
  • High Perfomance Pothole Patch
  • Added binder for flexibility
  • Just compact and ready for car traffic

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Product Overview

The Latex-ite 3.5 Gal. super patch is a stone-and-adhesive patch for pavements. It can be used on both concrete and asphalt and is designed to be used year-round. It contains asphaltic binders that give it maximum adhesion and long life, making it ideal for potholes, large cracks and joints. It dries quickly and is traffic-ready immediately.

California residents: see  Proposition 65 information

  • Use for sealing potholes, joints and large cracks in asphalt and concrete pavement
  • Contains asphaltic binders for long life and maximum adhesion to sidewalls
  • Black, texturized stone-and-adhesive mix can be used year-round
  • Fass-set formula dries and sets quickly
  • Low VOC formula

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size 
3.5 Gal. 
Product Depth (in.) 
12.5 
Product Height (in.) 
11 
Product Length (in.) 
12.5 

Details

Color Family 
Black 
Drying Time (hours) 
Immediate 
Features 
No Additional Features 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior 
Product Type 
Patch/Repair 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Use Location 
Driveway 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
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how long does it take to dry

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January 5, 2016
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For a small patch it takes about 24 hours in moderate weather. Larger patches (2ft by 2ft) takes about a week before heavy use.
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November 6, 2015
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2-3 weeks, but it is traffic ready immediately.
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Naperville, IL
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October 29, 2015
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The time to dry varies based on the environment that you are located.
But if you spread a light layer of sand and then place a thin plywood on the patch for a week, should help you keep going right away.
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Hopedale, MA
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October 1, 2015
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I purchased during the month of August. It was in the upper 80's and took awhile to harden. It really took 2 to 3 weeks to fully cure. The vendor for this product was very responsive to my questions on this patch application. Once the temperature cooled and the patch cured, it was hardened and solid.
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St. Paul, MN
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June 25, 2015
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It says, immediately ready for driving on, but I waited 48 hours to be sure. It was in the upper 70's and sunny. The driveway was in the sun all day too. After the two days it was not tacky. It was hard.
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June 25, 2015
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Drove me Jeep over it 2 hours later and had no problem, with both applications.
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June 15, 2015
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If fully compacted, you can drive over it right away. Allow a minimum of 2 weeks before coating with any driveway sealer or other patch products.
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Does this product work on cinder blocks?

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October 27, 2015
Looking to patch holes on cinder block wall
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Naperville, IL
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October 29, 2015
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Not sure, you may call the toll free number from that pail.
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October 28, 2015
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Not going to work as you will not be able to fully compact in a vertical application.
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how much do i need

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August 4, 2015
18 feet long by 5feet wide 2-3 inches deep
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I used one container to fill a pothole that was 2ft by 2ft by 2 inches deep.
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You will need quite a bit. I used a whole small container to almost fill a large crack (12ft long x 1.5in. wide x 4in. deep) , so i would say over estimate.
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Product isn't hardening at all. It's a 2 fix 1 ft x 4 in hole. I cleaned the hole out and made sure it was dry.

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I taped it down hard in 2 in layers. It's been two weeks in the sun in summer. If you step on it, it moves like gravel. I tried hosing it, still just black gravel. I've re tamped it 2x. Maybe bad batch?
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If the product is still moving, than this is a sign that the product is not fully compacted. When applying Super patch it is very important to make sure you have clearly defined side walls for the product to push against while compacting. Slopes or depressions will cause the product to move. You can accelerate the curing process by dusting the surface with sand, or an oil absorbent. Periodically Read More
If the product is still moving, than this is a sign that the product is not fully compacted. When applying Super patch it is very important to make sure you have clearly defined side walls for the product to push against while compacting. Slopes or depressions will cause the product to move. You can accelerate the curing process by dusting the surface with sand, or an oil absorbent. Periodically spraying the surface with water will also help the curing process. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 59 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't last a year I used it to fill a 1/2-3/4 inch wide gap between asphalt and a french drain inserted in the middle of the drive. I backfilled the gap leaving 1 inch for the cold patch to fill in. I tamped it in, which was no small task because it sticks to everything but itself. I gave over a month for it to harden and then top coated it using the same brand (latex-ite) crack filler. By the time spring (now) came around it has completely washed out. The few areas it is still in place (4ft out of 40ft) it is still soft to the touch and pliable and will inevitably wash out with our spring rains (Maryland) April 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not so hot I've used this product before and it was okay, but this time it was pretty much dried out. The top may have been just a little turned up and the cold-patch came out in one big lump. I sprinkled a little gasoline on it to soften it and thus was able to hit the lump with a shovel to break it up and use a sledge to flatten it out. I should have returned it for credit, but I needed to get the (first aid) job done right away. It worked, but I'm sure I will have to re-do it next year. I shouldn't have to examine the container before purchase. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works well If you try to fill a large hole with this material it will crack because is shrinks when it dries. Best to use it in layers to fill larger holes. I started out using a paint scraper to spread it but ended up using my hands instead. It washes off easily. It dries hard and fills small cracks and holes very well. July 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by THE WORST PRODUCT EVER!!!! Lay it down in your driveway like I did, then days later dig it back up, put it back in the bucket it came in and take it to the dump. Or, save yourself some money and research different products. Dug it up and replaced it with the trowel patch. Fingers crossed this one cures better. July 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Cold Patch I've Used This product is terrible, use Quickcrete or Henry cold patch, you will get a much better result. Those products are also cheaper & they work better, save your money. It never set up well, stuck to everything except itself (tamper, tires, shoes) for days. All the stones are coming out, so now I have to redo my work already. June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked great Worked as expected. Really easy to pour into the pothole. Applied it at 90 degrees and then another time at 70 degrees fahrenheit. It does take a few weeks to harden, but it is immediately ready for traffic. I used a square shovel to shape it and then drove over it with my car several times to flatten and compress it. Be aware that you probably need more than you think. I had estimated my repairs would take 5 of the 3.5 gal buckets, but it took 8. I ordered it online through The Home Depot and had it shipped to the store. Great service. November 6, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed user Bought a one gallon tub to fill an open joint between a concrete slab and blacktop drive. Product had settled in the tub and was difficult to get out, not the simple pour and tamp indicated. The product had mold growing on the surface and thru the product, poor storage and no stock rotation at HD. Still used the product, with great difficulty I was able to tamp the product into the deep seam/joint, I will surface seal later and cross fingers that the mold has not affected the bond or that fungus appears at joint. April 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works as intended The pavement where our driveway meets the street was failing and our cars were bottoming out. I followed the directions printed on the buckets of patch- cleared out the crumbled pavement, hosed and trowelled out the remaining debris, used six buckets of patch to fill in the void, tamped the product level with a 6 pound sledge hammer, and covered the result with a thin layer of road grit (the directions suggest using sand). It worked exactly as I had hoped. May 3, 2016
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