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4.75 Gal. Airport Grade Driveway Filler Sealer

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  • Contractor Strength Blacktop Driveway Filler Sealer
  • Polymer Fortified
  • EZ Stir, Non Skid Formula

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(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). Latex-ite 4.75 Gal. Airport Grade Driveway Filler Sealer is an asphalt emulsion based low VOC driveway sealer designed to beautify and protect your blacktop driveway. Airport grade is a non-skid formula that will fill hairline (1/8 in. or less) cracks and is polymer fortified for added durability. Helpful Hints before you seal your driveway: 1. Purchase an extra pail: Any unused portion CAN be saved for touch-ups (You do not want to run out during the project as you might get color variations.) 2. Flip pails overnight prior to doing job (It will be much easier to mix in the morning and will ensure consistency during application). 3. Do the project all at one time without starting and stopping. 4. Check the weather and make sure no rain is forecast and it is at least 55°F at night (A cold driveway will not allow the sealer to cure properly). 5. Check latexite.com for further tips and how to videos.

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  • 4-year warranty
  • Coverage on smooth/previously sealed driveways 400 sq. ft. to 500 sq. ft.
  • Coverage on rough/porous or unsealed driveways 300 sq. ft. to 400 sq. ft.
  • Remember: clean your driveway thoroughly so sealer will bond and make sure you do not seal when it is cold outside, it must be at least 55° at night for sealer to properly cure and last
  • Do not seal in early spring or late fall as the sealer will not last - it will not cure properly and may track
  • Ideal for sealing hairline cracks in asphalt/blacktop driveways and walkways
  • Polymer fortified for strength and flexibility
  • EZ-stir save time, non-skid
  • Low VOC, coal tar free, soap and water cleanup
  • Assurance: we stand behind our warranty - it is not prorated

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Does this sealer cure out black when dry ?

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Yes it does.
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July 26, 2016
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The darkness of the color will depend on the condition of the driveway (how much sealer it sucks up). With a good application, it is very black when cured. I will tell you I recently resurfaced my driveway for the third time and thought this would be a great product given reviews etc., I even applied two coats. After only a few months I already have bare spots from nothing more than the water running Read More
The darkness of the color will depend on the condition of the driveway (how much sealer it sucks up). With a good application, it is very black when cured. I will tell you I recently resurfaced my driveway for the third time and thought this would be a great product given reviews etc., I even applied two coats. After only a few months I already have bare spots from nothing more than the water running over my driveway. Bare spots wherever I turn on the driveway and tracking onto my concrete still. I've finally learned that nothing you can buy at these hardware stores will even remotely last as long as stated. I will be lucky to get a year out of this supposed 4 year product. I extensively cleaned my driveway, pre-sealed cracks and didn't drive on it for twice the recommended time, all to no avail. My next time I will buy something commercial grade/rubberized. Good luck. Read Less
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July 21, 2016
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This sealer cures out a flat black color.
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Albany, Colonie, NY
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July 11, 2015
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Yes, it turn out black color when it dry with thick coating.
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Yes, it cures out a deep, black, finish when dry.
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July 6, 2015
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Yes.
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Poughkeepsie, NY
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June 25, 2015
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Not everywhere, especially when it rained the next day.
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June 24, 2015
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Yes, this will dry black.
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June 23, 2015
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Yes. Dries to a satin black finish.
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How soon after paving a driveway can I use driveway sealer?

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No two driveways are the same however there is a recommended time interval which varies for geographical areas. You could contact a local paving company for their advice. I will tell you I recently resurfaced my driveway for the third time and thought this would be a great product given reviews etc., I even applied two coats. After only a few months I already have bare spots from nothing more than the Read More
No two driveways are the same however there is a recommended time interval which varies for geographical areas. You could contact a local paving company for their advice. I will tell you I recently resurfaced my driveway for the third time and thought this would be a great product given reviews etc., I even applied two coats. After only a few months I already have bare spots from nothing more than the water running over my driveway. Bare spots wherever I turn on the driveway and tracking onto my concrete still. I've finally learned that nothing you can buy at these hardware stores will even remotely last as long as stated. I will be lucky to get a year out of this supposed 4 year product. I extensively cleaned my driveway, pre-sealed cracks and didn't drive on it for twice the recommended time, all to no avail. My next time I will buy something commercial grade/rubberized. Good luck. Read Less
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I have always given it 48 hours before driving on it in order to let it cure. You can walk on it after 3 or 4 hours but I wouldn't drive or park a car with hot tires on it while curing. I've been following this procedure for quite awhile with no problems.
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July 19, 2015
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ASk your driveway paveing company
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The paving company I used said to wait a year.
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It will dry out in one hour with sunny sky. best result allow 24 hours after paving. This is the best brand time to dry out in one hours. some other brand may take up to 36 to 48 hours to dry such as doitbest brand. I had tried many brands not work out the same as this 4.75-GAL. AIRPORT GRADE DRIVEWAY FILLER SEALER
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The company that paved my driveway told me I should wait a year. They're the professionals, so I took them at their word.
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June 23, 2015
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The surface needs to cure for at least 24 hours prior to application of the sealer.
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June 21, 2015
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We don't recommend sealing new asphalt for one year.
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can this be used on a concrete driveway?

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No it will fail.
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August 21, 2016
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No. The product will not bond to concrete. Only asphalt.
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No.
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The short answer is No. The longer answer you can research however bottom line, it will not adhere/bond to concrete for any period of time. I have first hand experience with this subject. I will add that if you're looking for a product that will last and be worth the time/money spent, you'll want a commercial grade product. Products such as this are not made with the chemicals that will give them Read More
The short answer is No. The longer answer you can research however bottom line, it will not adhere/bond to concrete for any period of time. I have first hand experience with this subject. I will add that if you're looking for a product that will last and be worth the time/money spent, you'll want a commercial grade product. Products such as this are not made with the chemicals that will give them longevity. I recently used this product on my driveway and it doesn't even come close to advertisement promises. A couple months old and already wearing off from simple rain running across and wherever a tire is turned on it. Good luck! Read Less
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August 21, 2016
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It is recommended to avoid contact between sealer and concrete.
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oil on asphalt paving

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i have many oil spots on my asphalt paved driveway. the oil has already soaked in so there are no puddles. i've tried to remove them with a pressure washer and degreaser but can't. can i pressure wash the oil spots then apply sealer to the asphalt?
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To save time and money, I'd clean the spots as best as possible (industrial cleaner not dish soap) and then just reseal the spots first to see if it takes. I will tell you I recently resurfaced my driveway for the third time and thought this would be a great product given reviews etc., I even applied two coats. After only a few months I already have bare spots from nothing more than the water running Read More
To save time and money, I'd clean the spots as best as possible (industrial cleaner not dish soap) and then just reseal the spots first to see if it takes. I will tell you I recently resurfaced my driveway for the third time and thought this would be a great product given reviews etc., I even applied two coats. After only a few months I already have bare spots from nothing more than the water running over my driveway. Bare spots wherever I turn on the driveway and tracking onto my concrete still. I've finally learned that nothing you can buy at these hardware stores will even remotely last as long as stated. I will be lucky to get a year out of this supposed 4 year product. I extensively cleaned my driveway, pre-sealed cracks and didn't drive on it for twice the recommended time, all to no avail. My next time I will buy something commercial grade/rubberized. Good luck. Read Less
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June 17, 2016
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yes, but you should treat the oils spots with Latexite Oil Spot primer prior to coating with a sealer.
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No, if it is an oily spot it will not hold. It will be discolored where the oil is. Try plain old Dawn dishwasher detergent. It oddly picks up most oils enough and is environmental safe.
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Just clean it as best as you can. I've spent hours scrubbing mine and the sealer doesn't seem to last any longer, regardless the quality of the sealer. Now I buy a less expensive product and resign myself to sealing every year. I live in Wisconsin where winters are rough and I've never used a product of any grade or warranty that lasted more than one year, even though my driveway is in good shape.
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Oil and gas spots can't be cleaned off once they are in the asphalt. Best bet Ito apply oil spot primer
To prevent bleed through and give sealer something to bond to
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 198 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy to apply I have used driveway sealers before, some were thick and others left a chalky residue. I applied Airport Grade Filler/Sealer on a very hot 90 degree day, followed instructions to lightly spray with water ( no puddles) as you go to ease application and it worked great. It looks real good after 9 days and has been rained on twice without any problems. I have used (6) buckets on other occasions and I took one back this time even after working in some extra at some problem high traffic areas. July 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy if you live in a cold climate!! Flaked off after the first winter. Contacted the company and they told me I must have applied it when it already was getting cold out & didn't cure properly. They sent vouchers to purchase more. Made sure I did it in the middle of summer this time. Winter came and sealer went! Flaked off again. I don't think any of these latex based products work. Called the local sealant company and for $100, I don't have to mess with it for years. September 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stuff!!! Easy to apply. I would buy it again, in 4 years!!!!! September 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by The driveway looks great. Reasonably priced and it covers well. The estimates for coverage are pretty accurate. The driveway looks great. Reasonably priced and it covers well. The estimates for coverage are pretty accurate. Combine this with the squeegee and the broom to cut in and the project went quickly. My son and I finished a 2,000 sq ft driveway in about 30 minutes. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product and easy work Clean up prep of driveway, 2 buckets, and 2 hours later job is done. Driveway looks brand new. September 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by THIS IS A THICK FILLER NOT A BRUSH ON PRODUCT THIS PRODUCT IS A VERY THICK SURFACE FILLER, THIS IS NOT A BRUSH ON DRIVEWAY SEALER. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product is easy to apply with a squeegy This product was easy to apply, leaves a smooth surface. Remains to be seen how long it will wear. July 26, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Seal coat very pleased with this product. It was easy to use and the coverage seemed better than other products I've used in the past. August 2, 2016
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