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Model 1618522

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Store SKU #184363

PL 10 fl. oz. Polyurethane Concrete Crack and Masonry Sealant

$5.85 /each
  • Compliments rough surfaces like masonry and stucco
  • One-time application, resists age hardening
  • No primer required for most materials, Lower installation costs

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Loctite PL Polyurethane Concrete Crack and Masonry Sealant is a premium quality, commercial grade sealant developed especially for forming permanent, water and weatherproof seals in all exterior gaps and joints. This sealant is elastic and remains flexible to expand and contract with construction material movement to protect and retain the original seal. Loctite PL Polyurethane Concrete Crack and Masonry does not require a primer for concrete, brick, stone or masonry and resists deterioration from weather, stress or movement. Recommended for repairing cracks in vertical and horizontal surfaces such as concrete walls, foundations and brick and block walls as well as Bonding to concrete, brick, stucco, metal, wood, vinyl, fiberglass and many more substrates.

  • Permanently flexible bond, excellent for expansion joints
  • Weatherproof, withstands harsh environments
  • Does not deteriorate, one time application
  • Paintable
  • Subject to or will include a recycling fee in the following states: CA, OR
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WHAT CAN I USED TO REMOVE THE CONCRETE CAULK & SEALANT FROM MY HANDS?

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September 11, 2013
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Cleveland,Ohio
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October 15, 2015
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I use Dish Soap with a small amount of water in it. After I use a putty knife to fill the crack or repair, I dip my hand (with a glove on) or brush into the soap mixture and then over the sealant material allowing (slide) to smooth out nicely! A City Engineer told me about this trick and I was surprised it actually worked great!
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July 23, 2015
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Mineral spirits
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Sacramento, CA
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November 15, 2014
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First always use gloves. if caulk is on the skin use mineral sprits on a rag to wipe the skin clean; then wash of the mineral sprits with liquid soap and warm water.
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August 13, 2014
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I used a paper towel to clean my fingers/hands during the job (since I was using my fingers to smooth out some of the sealant), then mineral spirits after I was all done, and it came off easily. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Klean-Strip-1-Qt-Green-Odorless-Mineral-Spirits-QKGO75001/100677235
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October 4, 2013
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I think the tube suggests paint thinner/acetone/nail polish remover. Read the fine print on the tube.
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Salisbury,NC
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September 18, 2013
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I use a citrus based hand cleaner and it worked for me as I only had a thin film of the concrete caulk on my fingers.
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September 16, 2013
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Hello Benny,
To get this off of your hands, you will need a heavy duty hand cleaner like Gojo (link below). If it has been on there for awhile and cured you may just have to wait it out.
- Christine
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Sealing gap between concrete steps & foundation

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St. Louis County, MO
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July 4, 2016
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This sounds like an excellent application for this product. I used it in a similar application to seal a gap between a sidewalk and foundation and it worked out great.
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February 29, 2016
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The Pl S10 can be used to seal between concrete steps and foundation. The maximum depth is 1/2 inch and the minimum is 1/4 inch. The maximum recommended joint width is 1.5 inches.
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February 25, 2016
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Yes, this product can be used to seal the gap between steps and a foundation.
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How do I smooth out the seam?

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Phoenix, AZ
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July 27, 2014
Unfortunately, I did a poor job on several seams, and they are very lumpy (two days in). I used the Loctite Concrete polyurethane filler. How do I smooth them out? The polyurethane doesn't seem to take to sanding very well, and I have tried using a razor to cut but that doesn't work well either and could take a long time to smooth flush with the wall. Suggestions?
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July 17, 2015
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Spritz a thin blade metal putty knife with mineral spirits. Lightly spritz the caulk and start working down the caulk lightly spritzing as you go without lifting the knife till your at the end. Try not over fill crack too much. Excess will push out the sides of knife and leave a mess to clean up. You might want tape the edges to prevent.
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November 15, 2014
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Use the smallest caulk line you can. On porous surfaces I tape both sides of the surface crack to be caulked. that way the caulk only adheres to the surface you want to caulk and no more. Clean-up is easy because you wipe off the excess on the tape surfaces and remove the tape. leaving the caulked filled crack.
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August 1, 2014
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Hello ProjectRookie,
Unfortunately the best time to smooth a sealant/caulking job is at the time of application. Depending on how big an area you're attempting to "clean" up, going back into the sealant with a scraper and sanding. The best and possibly the fastest way to clean up the job is to reapply and smooth the joints while still pliable.
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Can I paint with solvent based epoxy on it after curing?

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August 7, 2016
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Yes, you can paint with solvent based epoxy after it has cured.
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I don't know why not. I believe that once the sealant has cured you could even paint it with a latex paint.
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Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by APPLY HEAT I agree with all others that this does not flow very well. Put it in the oven at 200 degrees for ten minutes and it flows like butter. August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sealed Large Stucco Cracks in Florida Great product. Worked as expected; however, I did read the data sheet prior to using and followed the instructions/timing of painting and expected rain forecast. July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good product I've noticed this product got some bad reviews so I thought I would give my thoughts. This stuff is not meant to self level. No where have I read it's supposed to. It says right on the tube allow seven days to cure before painting. I believe the bad reviews this stuff got were due to people not taking the time to read the directions. It is hard to squeeze out of the tube with cheep caulk guns so spend a little extra for a good one. I have gone through a few hundred tubes of this stuff and have yet to find a bad one. I've used it on vertical and horizontal cracks and I have been very pleased with the results. September 23, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Brick mortar cracks Used this product to weather seal some cracks between brick mortar, and I was very pleased. It matched my standard gray mortar very well, and was just the right consistency to work with on vertical surfaces. With latex gloves on, I recommend just using your fingertip to lightly stir the edges to blend, and wipe with a paper towel as you go. This technique worked best for me. I have yet to use this on a horizontal surface, but I would imagine it would best be suited for larger cracks. I feel like a product that is little more viscous would be better for tiny horizontal cracks. September 2, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product but not gray color I just used the sealant today to repair a stem wall that is separating from my house that was not repaired well last year and is failing again. I stuffed the cracks with pieces of foam pipe insulation, then caulked. It did not drip or run so that was great. But the color is very light, beige-like. After several hours I went out and touched a surface and it was still wet. So I expect it to take at least a week to cure. (Package says cannot be painted until 7 days. I will wait 14.) I used a tongue depressor to smooth the joints and that worked well. I just hope it dries to a darker color even though I plan to paint it. It had a nice stickiness and applied easily. Make sure you puncture the tube after cutting the tip. It was not hard to push out of the tube. October 4, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by you won't regret it I used this stuff about 2 years ago putting tile on kitchen wall. This stuff works great. It held 12x24 ceramic tile like nothing. Did not take much. I also used it on gluing counter tops down, and hanging ceiling tile. It takes a bit to dry but it holds almost instantly and not budge. Make sure you have it in the spot you want. Easy clean up with paint thinner. December 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Won't Stick to Surface This stuff works great once it's in place but it's hard to get it to stick to the surface you're filling. It sticks better to your finger or tool. When you try to smooth out the caulk it pulls up. December 20, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Buy Something Else I used this product to repair some cracks in my concrete driveway. It definitely didn't perform to my expectations. I spent a lot of time cleaning and preparing the cracks and this stuff turned out awful. This stuff is difficult to work with and is very hard to clean up, even with mineral spirits. This stuff applied easily using a manual caulk gun but it didn't level out as expected and bubbled up in a lot of areas. Even though this product is advertised as concrete gray, it is more WHITE than gray. Every person who has been over to my house has asked me why I used white caulk instead of gray. That says it all. This stuff essentially looks like white tar with bubbles in it and it's impossible to get off once it's applied. After using it on a few cracks, I realized it wasn't going to work. I went back to the store and bought DAP Concrete Patch. The DAP product worked great and cleaned up with water. September 4, 2015
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