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Sikaflex 10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant


10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant

  • Easy application that requires no tooling
  • Elasticity allows for natural joint movement
  • Strong and durable providing long term results
$7.20 /each

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Product Overview

Sikaflex 10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant is a single component, self-leveling, premium-grade polyurethane sealant with an accelerated curing capacity. Seals horizontal expansion joints in concrete and cementitious slabs. No tooling required saves time and money.

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  • Flexible to allow joint movement
  • Resists cracking and shrinking
  • Able to bridge gaps up to 2 in. wide
  • Water immersible after cure

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I get this material in a tan color?

Asked by: Steve
If i choose to stain my concrete can this product be stained?
Answered by: NP
Date published: 2016-05-08

How much slope is allowed with self leveling sealant?

Asked by: Jerome
No slope is allowed.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-04-13

Is this ASA compatible?

Is this ASA compatible?
Asked by: Ken
Hello, we are not familiar with ASA, what is this term? Thank you.
Answered by: Sika Retail Rep
Date published: 2016-12-20

Can this product be used between my pool coping and concrete decking?

Can this product be used between my pool coping and concrete decking?
Asked by: Nancy
Hello and thank you for your question. Yes it can be used in that application. Allow for a full cure before subjecting the sealant to service. Five to seven days is recommended, depending on humidity. Please make sure the area is 100% flat.
Answered by: Sika Retail Rep
Date published: 2016-11-08
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Customer Reviews

10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Make sure you use the foam strip in areas where the gap is even somewhat big. Since it is self l... Make sure you use the foam strip in areas where the gap is even somewhat big. Since it is self leveling, it will sink down if the crack is big enough for this sealant to sink down. The color is basically the color of newly cured concrete, which is way too white for my application but that's all I had.
Date published: 2017-03-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Use this to seal expansion joints in concrete (where two pads of concrete meet). Most of the time these gaps are about 1/4"-1/2" wide, and not too deep. Have used this product about 5 times now...Although it says to overfill the joint to allow for shrinkage, i find that under filling it is best, or else you will get some running out of the joint, and is a pain to clean up. So under filling is best. Also, no tooling or smoothing out needed like regular caulking/sealants - just move steadily side to side in joint, working your way back. Its like magic almost - levels itself! Avoid traffic for about 1 day min - remains tacky for a couple days.
Date published: 2012-02-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Overpriced and misrepresented online. Ordered this online for in store pickup. Got home expecting to pull these tubes out of the box and see the large 29 oz tubes as shown in the picture. Wrong. They were the 10.1 oz tubes.
Date published: 2017-02-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good stuff I filled an 18 foot expansion joint in my concrete patio. The gap was pretty wide, so I bought the Sika backer rod, which covers a 3/4 inch gap. The sealant is pretty expensive, but HD stocked the 30 oz tubes, equivalent of 3 regular tubes, and these were priced at less than the price of 2 regulars. I found this to be a slow laborious process, and I spent hours longer than anticipated. Please!! don't get this stuff on your hands. Cleanup took a good chunk of the time doing the job. I bought three large tubes, and used them up. A pretty expensive filler. Overall, it looks good and I don't anticipate having to deal with it again.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth the price Driveway slab dropped one inch below the garage slab and the original expansion joint was almost gone. Did online search and Sika apeared to be the best liked. Used both the backer rod and self leveling sealant with no problems. Did fifty linear feet of driveway and around concrete patio posts in back yard. I figured I needed four tubes of sealant but used seven. I think difference due to one half inch depth I set the backer rod.
Date published: 2016-05-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stuff works! I have a shuffle board court in my back yard, probably a remnant from the 60's. It had a number of hairline 8' cracks and one crack about 1/2 wide. I tried hydraulic cement, that just cracked again. I used this product on all of the cracks, let it sit in Florida winter weather (70's) for week and painted over the top. Can't even see the repairs. Now I have a large patio that looks great. Make sure you don't get product on your hands or clothes - buy some cheap plastic spatulas and when the job is done, toss them. Nice product.
Date published: 2014-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really works great but prep is everything... I have a large gap between our cement driveway and cement block foundation. The felt-like slabs of stuffing that the driveway contractor had installed were cracking and rotting out. My interior basement walls were beginning to show the effect of exterior moisture - tiny flakes, moisture, etc. So, being a librarian, I did extensive research on what to do. I learned that you MUST have a product that expands and contracts.Don't use flashing. Don't use caulk. And don't use that awful stuff that you have to melt with a propane torch. You must have 100% adhesion to both sides of the gap with an hourglass-shaped plug of sealant - that is, NO adherence to the ground. Ideally, 2x width to the center depth. My problem was that, although I stuffed the crack with backer rod(s) and had it perfectly arranged, the Sikaflex just flowed into any tiny hole and disappeared. So I bought clean sand and put that on top of the backer rod. I was scrupulous in preparation, and vacuumed the crack, brushed the sand away from the vertical edges, and made sure I had a good seal. I had to use 7 tubes for our 47' wall. The Sikaflex is the consistency of Elmer's glue - it just moves a little slower. We'll see how it works - I live in Michigan, and the crack is along the cold, wet north side of my house!
Date published: 2012-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good stuff I filled an expansion joint with it and did a good job. If you add more on top of the first layer, it will blend in smoothly. Be aware though: it cures to a concave finish. Even though the liquid may look flat when fresh, the dried material is concave. I was able to put down 100% solids epoxy on top of it. I am planning to use it with backer rod on concrete driveway expansion joints also.
Date published: 2012-08-13
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