Model # 170152

Internet #100545936

Store SKU #521186

Quikrete 50 lb. Commercial Grade Blacktop Repair
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Quikrete

50 lb. Commercial Grade Blacktop Repair

  • Permanently repair potholes and large cracks in asphalt
  • DOT Approved formula
  • Repair is ready for immediate return to service

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Product Overview

Quikrete 50 lb. Commercial Grade Permanent Blacktop Repair is designed to repair potholes and cracks over 1 in. wide in asphalt pavements. Provides superior placement and bonding characteristics and produces a virtually permanent repair, even in cold, damp conditions.

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  • Use on roads, driveways, parking lots and pathways
  • Repaired area is ready for immediate return to service
  • Superior bond strength
  • Use in wet or dry conditions
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

What happens to the product if the bag ripped and it was exposed to the elements?

Asked by: Anonymous
It would harden up.
Answered by: Scott
Date published: 2016-05-16

Can I use it to fill a curb transition from driveway to street?

Asked by: Mike
No, QUIKRETE® High Performance Blacktop Repair (No. 1701-52, -62) can not be used to transition from driveway to street. It can only be used in confined patches. This application would be more of a ramp than patch repair. If you would like to discuss additional questions for alternative products, please call the QUIKRETE® Technical Center directly at 1-800-282-5828.
Answered by: QUIKRETEProductExpert
Date published: 2016-10-11

I took 16 bags and put in front of my mailbox.After all the work.The alsphalt is packed but still very wet doesnt seem like it wil harden is about 5in

About 5 inches thick
Asked by: Ricky
Noticed the same thing when a forklift turned sharp over the repaired pot hole. One of the repaired areas I covered the final coat with a fine sand which appears to have firmed it up and sealed the small holes.
Answered by: ZRacing
Date published: 2016-11-22

Can I use this to repair a depression where water sits in an asphalt driveway?

In my asphalt driveway we have a basin/depression area that has poor drainage. I am looking to fill the depression with asphalt. I am not able to square the area as preparation for the project. Is this product usable for this situation? Will it still harden if it is not used in a squared area?
Asked by: jmullally
Yes. I've used it specifically for that purpose on my driveway. This stuff is VERY thick, much thicker than concrete or cement. In fact, it's a little hard to spread. You will need to tamp it down either with a tamper or place plywood over it and drive across it. It will take about a month to cure.
Answered by: wiz255
Date published: 2016-08-24
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Customer Reviews

50 lb. Commercial Grade Blacktop Repair is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 96.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for the price! Follow directions for prep. work. Repaired several large pot holes i... Great product for the price! Follow directions for prep. work. Repaired several large pot holes in front of our loading docks and so far it's holding up well (2 months). Largest hole was 6 inches deep by approx. 5' dia. Used my full size Yukon to flatten out each layer using a large plastic bag to protect tires from tar. I also found covering the last coat with fine sand filled in the small voids firming it up even more. Product is more course than normal residential blacktop. Be sure to leave enough depth near edges for final layer, my first repair I didn't do this and ended up with very thin coat at edges which didn't look good. Recommend pre-ordering for curbside pick-up! Will save your back. :)
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product works great if you follow the directions. I have purchased the product from several... This product works great if you follow the directions. I have purchased the product from several stores in the past, local hardware and lumber yards, and noticed it has some sort of shelf life. The bag should feel somewhat mushy and playable when you pick it up. If the bag is stiff and won't bend, its probably been on the shelf for a long time. I bought a bag one time that I had to use a pick ax to break it apart just to make it useable. It seemed to work fine but was a lot of extra work. The Home Depot seems to have enough stock turnover so the shelf life usually isn't a problem.
Date published: 2016-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I pulled out the cement footers of 6 chain link fence posts in a driveway. I then squared the hol... I pulled out the cement footers of 6 chain link fence posts in a driveway. I then squared the holes, packed in some Quikrete all-purpose gravel, tamped them down, overfilled the hole with this Quikrete Blacktop repair, and tamped it down. The directions recommend using plywood and driving over it, but because of the location, I could only use a tamp. It took about a month to harden (down in late September, hardened by end of October), but final results were great.
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked very well...seems to be holding up even better than I expected. Takes effort to pack it..... Worked very well...seems to be holding up even better than I expected. Takes effort to pack it...and as expected can make a sticky mess if you aren't careful. Be prepared for cleaning up.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked just fine. Had a pothole at the end of my apron in my concrete driveway. Bought two 50 lb bags to patch it. Used about 1 3/4 bags. Read all the negative comments and was somewhat reluctant but it was cheap and all they had. Cleaned out all loose debris, made sure the bags I bought were soft and not rock hard, poured it in, spread it and tamped it pretty good. Put another layer on top to be sure, tamped until my arms hurt. Parts hardened up quickly, it was a sunny and very gusty day which hopefully aided with the curing process. Waited one night to drive over it. It's been perfectly fine. No problems whatsoever. Maybe it sticks to concrete better? I don't know but it was cheap and easy and took Me about a half hour. Havent noticed it sticking to tires or anything. Threw a layer of sand over it to be sure. Good for a small patch job.
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product. Great price. I have a 1 car wide driveway going up a pretty steep hill. It's made of asphalt. There was part of the driveway that was badly cracked. After I removed the cracked pieces, I ended up with an opening about 3 feet by 9 feet. I then compacted the dirt with a temper. Then, I used 2x4s to create a restraint for the patch to sit against on the one side. Finally, I filled the area with about 1 inch thickness of this BlackTop Patch making sure all was even and compressed it down with a temper. Next, I put plywood over the area and drove back and fourth with my car. Finally, I added the last layer of the material to be flush with existing asphalt and compacted the same way again. In the end, I used about 14 bags. Yes, it's true-- it takes a while for it to harden, two weeks for me, but it's ok. It does look very nice when well compacted. I think it's the same stuff they use on the highways, but there, they seem to just dump the bag and leave leaving the stuff to fly all over the road. When compacted, it looks very nice!
Date published: 2016-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I was extremely please with this product and plan to get some more real soon. I have had this pro... I was extremely please with this product and plan to get some more real soon. I have had this product on my driveway about a month and it seems to be holding up well. Yes, it does meet my expectations. I have found nothing I dislike about this product.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't Buy This Product This company apparently has no product control because some people are saying it's good and other like I had very poor results. I used this product 10 days ago at a summer home and followed the instructions on the bag. I came back a week latter to find it was still soft. So at first a re-tamped it, then I read online if a add some portland on top and re-tamp it will help cure. So I did this and waited three more days, but when I drove over it stuck to my tires. So today I removed all of it and in the wheelbarrow it looks exactly like it did coming out of the bag. So now I have a total of 4 hours in this project with nothing to show.
Date published: 2016-06-20
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