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Quikrete 10 oz. Mortar Repair Tube
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Quikrete

10 oz. Mortar Repair Tube

  • Repairs damaged mortar joints
  • Sanded acrylic formula
  • Blends with surrounding mortar
$3.20 /each

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Quikrete 10 oz. Mortar Repair Tube features an acrylic formula used for sealing joints in concrete, brick and block surfaces. The tube features a square applicator that provides a smooth seal for mortar joints and makes it especially easy to use for tuck pointing. Quikrete 10 oz. Mortar Repair Tube has a sanded texture which matches very well to an existing masonry surface.

  • Square applicator is designed to smooth mortar joints
  • Use for tuck-pointing and to seal concrete, brick and block surfaces
  • Can be painted to match existing mortar
  • Textured finish
  • 30-minute working time
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Does it come in various shades of Lt. gray to almost black

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Butch
Louisiana
July 4, 2013
The mortar used in my new house was called Charcoal as for as a color and was supposed to be Black when dry. It turned out gray but when wet it looks Black. Anyway I had the satellite company mount the dish on an exterior Brick wall. Within a month we had very strong winds and the Dish blew off leaving holes in the mortar where ot was mounted. I need to fill the holes and was hoping the Quikrite mortar patch would work. I'm concerned about the Color though. What do you suggest.
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Indianapolis, IN, USA
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October 11, 2016
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Mine was light grey same color as original mortar.
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Roswell, GA
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April 6, 2015
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nope, doesn't look like it, only the Grey version so little disappointing. Supposedly there are some paint colors but to me I can't imagine that will look like the existing mortar
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January 4, 2014
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Not that I have seen.
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July 26, 2013
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QUIKRETE Mortar Repair is textured and colored to give the appearance of gray masonry mortar. If desired, it can be painted with latex paints after 24 hours which may allow you to achieve your color match. We recommend trying an initial repair in a discrete area and waiting to verify whether the appearance is satisfactory.
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Kennesaw, Ga
July 7, 2013
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Thank you for asking. I believe the best advice would be to talk to one of our many specialty department professionals at your local Home Depot store. There are many factors when it comes to the specifics of the item. For any other questions, please call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376.
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How do you open it?!

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KatM
Gainesville, FL
September 18, 2013
I followed the instructions to cut the tip off, but no stuff will come out, the metal part is sealed. The plastic nozzle just spins on top of the sealed metal end.
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September 22, 2015
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Jackhammer with C-2 by the nozzle
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January 4, 2014
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Get a screwdriver with at least a 6" long shaft and ram it down the applicator tip to puncture the foil seal. A Phillips Screw driver works best for me.
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September 30, 2013
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Puncture the metal foil seal inside the applicator tip. Many caulking guns include a tool that can be used for this. Otherwise, a narrow screwdriver or long nail will work. Handle these carefully, and always wear impervious gloves, such as nitrile, when handling this product, even while opening.
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Green, WI, USA
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September 18, 2013
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Use a small flat head screw driver poke through the plastic cut out. The tube is seal with a thin aluminum foil and need to be poke prior use.
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can this product be used to fill the gap under a new door jam?

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ramz
June 28, 2013
I replaced the side exterior door and have a gap under the door jam. I am contemplating using a mortar mix.
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January 4, 2014
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My experience would be yes it could but I don't know about the long term durability of it being constantly stepped on and having pressure of body weight on and off it. I would be sure not to walk on the repair for a few days until it was fully dried.
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Green, WI, USA
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August 6, 2013
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FYI - It say on the tube Mortar mix but it dry as rubberize grayish color. If you're trying to water seal use 3m silicon.
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July 2, 2013
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A wood shim or epoxy would be recommended to fill the gap under a door jam.
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Used this product following all guidelines, but 5 days later, its still soft. When does it dry?

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January 4, 2014
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It depends on how thick the product was applied and the weather conditions in your area. colder, wetter climates will take longer. I usually use it when it is dry, sunny and over 60 degrees out and it dries fully in about 24 to 48 hours for me.
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Green, WI, USA
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August 6, 2013
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If it rain during 12hrs cure time this junk will never going to dry. You will need to scrub it out and reapply.
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March 28, 2013
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The application will skin over within several hours, and cure from the outside moving inward at an approximate rate of 1/8” every couple of days. The rate of cure will be slowed in cool temperatures – it should not be applied if temperatures are below 40 degrees F. The length of time it takes to cure will depend upon the thickness of the application, but note that this product will remain flexible. It Read More
The application will skin over within several hours, and cure from the outside moving inward at an approximate rate of 1/8” every couple of days. The rate of cure will be slowed in cool temperatures – it should not be applied if temperatures are below 40 degrees F. The length of time it takes to cure will depend upon the thickness of the application, but note that this product will remain flexible. It will not become hard to the same degree as cementitious mortar. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

10 oz. Mortar Repair Tube is rated 3.2 out of 5 by 28.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fill up that crumpling grout Sparrows ate up my mortar in summer when nesting... they need the hard mortar to strengthen their egg shells. Over 14 years the gaps were so wide with all that pecking in summer months, I could slide my index finger in the gap on the front bricks face of my house. These gaps also caused holes to open up and let the cold draft in during winter causing the floor inside my house behind the door to be real cold. causing energy leakage. Product was excellent and did a good job filling the gaps and is quite elastic when applied that it can be contoured to fill the gaps. Until next time the sparrows eat the grout again... in another 5 years time to reapply. Overall good product and worth the price.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stuff is great I won't use any other brand. It goes on easy, it sticks to the old mortar and... This stuff is great I won't use any other brand. It goes on easy, it sticks to the old mortar and lasts. I used DAP mortar before and it is more like a water resistant caulk and does not match the original grout plus it is more expensive. My 4TH window I replaced in my house I had run out of QUIKRETE and bought a tube of DAP, so half of the new window I put in was at the top QUICKRETE and I had to finish it up with DAP. It does not match cement grout, not even close so now I am going to dig out the dap & replace it with the new tube of QUIKRETE I just bought today at Home Dippo. The stuff has a lot of glue it in so it sticks. I recommend to put it on after you tape the window, wait about 10-15 minutes (depending on the temputure) then use a wet rag wrapped around your finger or a slightly wet brush.
Date published: 2016-12-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Looks great - until it rained I had a flagstone sidewalk with pieces of mortar missing that I wanted to repair and this seemed a convenient way to do the job. I am 79 years old so it took me three weeks to get the job done, but I was very pleased with the outcome. (See the bottom two images.) Throughout the whole project we had no rain. Returning home from shopping, the first rainy day, we had a disappointing surprise. (See the next two images.) The mortar repair had changed color to a stark white and also where I had wiped away the excess it could be seen & looked uneven and messy. After the sidewalk dried the repair looked as in the first images, but went white again with the next rain. I had repaired the walk myself with the intention of putting the house on the market in the near future. We are stymied now and don't know what to do about this unhappy situation.
Date published: 2016-10-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from NOt the Greatest i had to put the tube in the oven for 20 minutes to warm up the mortar. Once i did that it came out easier. It didnt match the existing mortar for color. The mortar seemed sticky and was hard to get it to lay down nicely even using a finishing tool. I would use it again for a small area but not larger projects.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Punctured the seal as directed and inserted into caulking gun. As I applied pressure to it a stre... Punctured the seal as directed and inserted into caulking gun. As I applied pressure to it a stream of grayish liquid came out but no mortar. Continued applying pressure and mortar came out inside the gun and around the cap, but never came out the nozzle.
Date published: 2016-11-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Product must have been left on the shelf too long. It required so much force to come out of the t... Product must have been left on the shelf too long. It required so much force to come out of the tube that I broke my caulking gun. Also, 1/4 of the tube had turned solid and was unusable.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from OK but a little hard OK but a little hard
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Been Using for years This product is as easy to use as caulk. The rectangular application tip is GREAT! It dries a little darker gray than I had hoped. If you use it for repairing mortar that is deeper than 3/8 inch give it a few days to dry completely. It was paintable with a matching mortar color paint for my very old red brick house. I have probably used about 12-15 tubes in the last few years and have never had a problem during use. One full tube that was left over and kept for a 2-3 years did harden. Take back full tubes that you don't use.
Date published: 2010-07-28
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