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Latex-ite 4.75 Gal. Ultra Shield Driveway Filler Sealer
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Latex-ite

4.75 Gal. Ultra Shield Driveway Filler Sealer

  • Best performing blacktop filler sealer
  • Contains UV protection to maintain color
  • Easiest mix formula with fast dry - foot traffic in 1 hour
$23.97 /each

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Latex-ite 4.75 Gal. Ultra Shield Driveway Filler Sealer is an asphalt emulsion based driveway sealer/filler for blacktop. Ultra Shield is an advanced EZ-Gel formula that has an enhanced rubberized system for maximum durability and color retention. Helpful hints before you seal your driveway: 1) Buy 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 forecasted and it is at least 55 degrees 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. 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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  • 10-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 degrees 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
  • Maximum durability
  • Enhanced rubberized system for flexibility
  • Advanced EZ-gel formula saves time and effort
  • Low VOC, coal tar free, soap and water cleanup
  • Non-skid formula
  • Latex-ite stands behind warranty - it is not prorated

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what color is it ?

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Brown in liquid form but dries black.
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purple
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Applies brownish- dries to dull black.
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July 25, 2015
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black
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May 27, 2015
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It's All Black , and goes on smooth
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April 23, 2015
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The Ultrashield will dry a rich black color.
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April 23, 2015
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This product is black.
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How many squart foot will a 4.75 gallon of Ultr5a shield cover

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edwards, co
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October 13, 2016
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I barely got 200 sq feet (admittedly, my surface is pretty rough)
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June 27, 2016
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This product covers less than the manufacturers claim, but I've never used a driveway sealer that came close to the claimed square foot coverage.
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From Latex-ite's website:
For a rough, porous driveway with small cracks and voids:
300 - 400 sq. ft. per 5 gallon pail, per coat. The second coat will require about 1/3 less product (see example below).
For a smooth, previously sealed driveway:
400-600 sq. ft. per 5 gallon pail, per coat.
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Between 300, and 350 Square Feet depending on how you spread it.
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July 25, 2015
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Depends on the condition of the driveway. You can figure between 300-500 sq. ft
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Coverage will vary based on porosity of pavement. Roughly 250 square feet per pail for unsealed or porous pavement and for smoother or previously sealed you can expect 400 square feet per pail.
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April 13, 2015
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This product has a coverage area of 400 feet.
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will it work on concrete

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I had a small area with an uneven line where concrete met asphalt. I applied the sealer to the concrete to create a straight line. This was approximately a month ago. So far so good...no chipping or peeling or fading. But I don't think I'd apply it to a large area.
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No.
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May 15, 2016
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Yes, the driveway sealer will work on concrete.
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May 15, 2016
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No. It's black. It's only for asphalt.
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Sorry this is for asphalt only and will not adhere to concrete
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Does it oil Resistant/proof ?

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Just wondering does it oil resistant ? after sealing what happen if there are any oil drops from car oil pain leak ?
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Use the cleaning and sealing products at Home Depot to clean and seal the oil spots on the driveway before you apply the Ultra Shield, otherwise, the oil can leak through and you'll have to seal it and reapply Ultra Shield.
Use the search phrase 'driveway sealing' on YouTube to find videos that will explain everything for you.
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August 25, 2016
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Yes, Ultra-shield is oil resistant. The oil will stain the coating, but the coating will help prevent the oil from penetrating the asphalt..
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It is recommended that all oil and gas spots are primed prior to sealing.
Otherwise sealer won't adhere and gas and oil spots will bleed through.
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This sealer has very little resistance to gas or oil. It will breakdown and remove the sealant.
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 172 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I just used this product on my driveway, mid October 2016, Los Angeles area. It worked great!, as stated on the package. I have roughly 860 square feet of driveway. It required 3 and a half buckets to do the job. I found a long thin BRUSH best for spreading (other side of brush is a squeegee.) The product consistency was perfect, like thick PAINT. I watched some YouTube videos before the job to figure out some techniques. One thing I learned - before you begin, have a plan for where you will place empty buckets, and what you will do with buckets, equipment, SHOES, when you get to the END of the surface! Perhaps have a tarp laid out to set everything on. Unfortunately, it sprinkled a little a few hours after the job was done, then RAINED later in the evening and part of the following day. After that we had two full days of good DRY, warm weather (80s). So I'm not sure how well the surface has cured, or how long it will last without wearing off... it may not last long, TBD. I am now driving cars across it, and it looks great! I will probably seal again in 6 to 8 months (2nd coat), when I know for sure there will be a long stretch of DRY weather - which is most of the year here in LA!! Overall, it is a VERY EASY process. Anyone can do it. Good luck! October 27, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good. Time will tell. Easy to apply, I use this sealer on my driveway during the summer 2016. Driveway is 20+ years old and in poor condition. I used the crack and hole fillers by Late-Lite. October 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Sealer So Far What a job! The results speak for themselves. (See Picture) Prep is key. Pressure washed with cleaner plus 20 Buckets for 2 coats resealed beautifully. Winter will be the real test. September 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor inconsistent quality - Does not perform like advertised. In 2015 I used “ULTRA SHIELD DRIVEWAY FILLER SEALER” to seal a part of my driveway (which was weathered and had minor cracks). I did seal in early fall with a ground temperature between 56-58 degrees Fahrenheit (instructions say temperature has to be over 55 degrees F). Following the instructions thoroughly I: Flipped pails 24h prior sealing for easier mix and consistency. Swept and cleaned the driveway with a pressure washer prior sealing. Filled minor cracks. Started sealing using a squeegee and applied the sealer with a dragging motion and some pressure. Did not walk nor drive on the sealed part of the driveway for 24 hours. Everything worked out fine, the sealed part looked nice even after a hard winter – It was holding up nicely. Fast forward to summer 2016 – I sealed my driveway with the same product “LATEX-LITE ULTRA SHIELD DRIVEWAY FILLER SEALER” Again I followed the instructions thoroughly: Flipped pails 24h prior sealing for easier mix and consistency (I mixed every pail with a power paint mixer for 3-5 minutes before application). Cleaned the driveway and fixed minor cracks and shallow areas with “Latex-Lite Premium Blacktop Crack Filler and Latex-Lite Trowel Patch” 48 hours prior sealing. Cleaned the driveway with a broom and pressure washer at 6 am on the day of sealing. Started sealing after driveway was dry and had a surface and air temperature of 71-79 degrees (minimum surface and air temperature is 55 degrees F). Used a squeegee to apply sealer with a dragging motion starting and some pressure applying to thin coats, finished to job within one day and without breaks with beautiful dry weather and constant sunshine. Applied a second coat on half the driveway 24 hours after. Did not walk or drive on the driveway for 48 hours after 2nd coat. Conclusion: This time the quality of the sealer was poor and inconsistent – no comparison to the same sealer I used a year before. Sometimes the sealer was very thin, in some pails thicker and a few pails had even little hard pieces of material in it (like a rough pothole patch material). Because I was in the middle of the job I had to finish with the pails I had on hand – made the best out of it and applied even coats of sealer. After 38 hours after applying the 2nd coat of sealer and after 110 hours after applying the trowel patch there was short heavy rain shower – the before rock solid trowel areas softened up again and got washed away including the sealer (other reviewers of the Latex-Lite Trowel Patch reported the same). After two days of sunshine and temperatures between 75-83 degrees some sealer washed away and started to crackle – I had to patch certain areas up which resulted in different shades of black. After 48 hours of drying the sealer still showed tire tracks and tracking after driving on it (with sedan and SUV). Now, after approx. 2 months the sealer still tracks and shows tire marks in some areas. Overall I am very disappointed with this product and the inconsistent quality. It is a lot of work with bad results for a rather high price. In my opinion LATEX-LITE changed the formula of this product to save on cost – at the expense of the consumers. This product is not worth the cost nor effort – Do not believe older positive reviews of this product and save our money! The quality of this product is a hit or miss. September 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Black is back Had part of our blacktop drive recently replaced and then it made the original part look washed out. Special ordered this product since it had a 10 year warranty versus the 3 to 4 year stuff sold in the store. It has only been down about one month, but looks great so far. The product specs said that it would cover 300 sq.ft. per pail. I only got 183 sq.ft. per pail. Had to order 8 more pails to complete the project, but I will be happy if it actually holds up for the 10 year period. Pictures below show the before and after results. June 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product - Coverage was way under what was labeled. I'm happy with how my driveway looks after using this product. I spent the extra money for the 10yr in hopes it will truly last longer than the 8yr, but only time will tell. My only complaint, and it's not even much of a complaint as it is a FYI, The buckets say they covers 300-500 sq ft. I played it safe as my driveway was in pretty rough shape and assumed it was really closer to the 300 side, so for my 700sq. ft. driveway I bought 3 buckets (min. est. = 900sq. ft.), and had hopes of scraping by with a second coat using the left overs. However, 2/3 the way down my driveway I burned through all three buckets. Long story short three trips to HD and 6 buckets total, I ended up needing 4.5ish buckets for 1 coat. which means that each bucket actually covered roughly 150 sq. ft. As expected the second coat used up much less, but still covered less that 300 sq. ft. I don't blame the product at all for the amount it actually covers. You plan ahead as best you can so you don't have to run back the store mid project, and it makes it hard when the the product info throws a curve ball at you. And the only way you're covering 500 sp. ft. with this product is it you're coating wet glass. Another thing to note, I spend the extra money for the best product. For 3 buckets that was only $15 more. No big deal. But since I ended up needing 6 buckets it ended up being $30 more. Still not a huge deal, but it's never to fun to pay more than you thought. July 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible product This product is easy to apply, looks great when finished. If you want your drive to continue to look great, just don't drive on it. I washed my car a week later and when I drive it back into the garage, the sealer became wet and tacky and left tire tracks on the driveway. The more I use the driveway the worse it looks. This product is horrible and not worth the money. I can't help but wonder how they can offer a 10 year warranty. Don't waste your money on this and look for something else to use. October 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ultra Easy and Ultra Good Had driveway sprayed about 8 years ago and thought I would try this product after reading the reviews. Get it - you won't be disappointed by this locally made product. Did first coat about a month ago and second coat today. Used for both what I thought I might need for one coat. Coverage never is what is suggested but this was spot on. All in and done for less than 300 for two coats with about nine buckets. The prep time for cleaning the driveway took longer than the actual application. Squeegee application is pure genius. Pictures of first coat on the Latexite Customer gallery "Ultra Shield Looking Fine in North Attleboro" Anyone can do this! September 3, 2016
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