Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by UnhappyLoyalCustomer I pretty much love this item. It has a million uses and is making my project easy!
I am installing two rock and brick walls in my condo. I never did this before and am not an expert in anyway. I tried other gray calks to match the mostly gray stone. Other products both smelled bad and looked very plastic like. This item is far better than others. I have also used it on tiles and a stainless steel back splash. Yes, it is a bit sticky if you get it on your fingers but the other reviewer needs to realize you need to use a calk gun! Derrrr! It is a no brainer. The calk has a nice color and is very strong. Remember I am trying to stick stones on a wall so it had better be stong. I only see this item for sale at Home Depot. It is well worth the price.
January 21, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stoneman Filled a gap in my stone foundation 2 weeks ago and it's still soft and spongy.
I can't imagine this having any real strength. If it's still this soft, how can it be strong enough to replace mortar? It's more like thick rubber paint.
December 19, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DrewShock Dosen't Work
I bought this to fill a crack on my concrete patio. When it dried, it cracked. So what's the point of using it. I ended up using the rest of the tube to glue down concrete cap bricks on my retaining wall.
August 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DennisJ Perfect!
I've used just over two cases of this, for joints on steps and to repair/replace joints between bricks. Very easy to use. Easy to clean up. It dries to make a clean, tough bond. I'll keep a few tubes of this on hand for future repairs.
January 26, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by HandyChica Not for amateurs...
I have no fear when it comes to trying new things. If it looks terrible already, it can't hurt to try... Until I met this stuff. I mixed concrete from a bag and repaired my front step. Not a problem. I thought I'd take the easy way out and fill in the cracks of my sidewalk with this product. Not a good idea for a beginner. It's very difficult to mold into cracks. It's not like using caulk. You can't just push it in with a tool. It sticks to your tools and fingers like tacky glue. If you're a tradesman, professional, or maybe mediocre at best, you might have better luck than I did (although you probably wouldn't try the easy way out to begin with). This is just a warning to all of you "do it yourself", "I don't need a map", or "who needs directions??" kind of persons, you might think of looking for a better alternative. Something that takes longer to bond with a thinner texture. As for me, I'm still busy pulling pieces of concrete textured vinyl out of my sidewalk... Good luck!!
January 13, 2010