USEAL USA

Model # 68120

Internet # 203641650

7 lb. Driveway Crack Sealer and Refill Kit

$36.99 /box

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Professional home-use driveway crack sealer and refill kit. This kit includes 2 cans of crack sealer, an easy-pour spout and stainless steel clamp. U-seal USA's driveway crack sealer and refill kit will give you the professional outcome without the price.

  • Commercial grade product now for homeowners
  • Easy-pour spout allows crack sealing to be easy, quick and accurate, stainless steel clamp ensures safe and secure operation while the reusable metal container is light-weight and easy to manage
  • Dries quickly
  • Extends pavement life up to 50%

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
6.7 
Product Height (in.) 
8.82 
Product Length (in.) 
12.63 

Details

Color Family 
Black 
Drying Time (hours) 
0.33 
Product Type 
Sealant 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
2 Year Manufacturer Warranty 

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Does this require a heat gun of some type?

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Coatesville, PA
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June 14, 2015
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I used a camping stove to melt/prepare the stuff for initial application and then I used a propane cane torch for any areas that needed re-heated to rework. I don't think a heat gun would be useful for this.
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November 20, 2014
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May be used but would take much longer to melt.
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Allegan, MI
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October 28, 2014
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In order to use the product you have to heat it up! I used an outdoor grill and found that no matter how high I turned up the burners, even with the can sitting on the burners that I could not apply enough heat to liquify the product. So, I tried closing the lid and very quickly achieved 500°F
At 500°F enough of the product begins to liquify that you can begin to apply it. But be careful, the cans the Read More
In order to use the product you have to heat it up! I used an outdoor grill and found that no matter how high I turned up the burners, even with the can sitting on the burners that I could not apply enough heat to liquify the product. So, I tried closing the lid and very quickly achieved 500°F
At 500°F enough of the product begins to liquify that you can begin to apply it. But be careful, the cans the product come in tend to leak a little at the seam. Read Less
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October 2, 2014
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Not a heat gun but a heat source such as the extra burner on your outside gas grill (do not heat on your inside stove). Whatever you use it will be messy and you will get the product on it from sturring. The higher and more concentraited the heat source the better, it takes at least 20 minutes on a good heat source to get this to a liquid state from the solid form as it arrived. I purchased an Read More
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Not a heat gun but a heat source such as the extra burner on your outside gas grill (do not heat on your inside stove). Whatever you use it will be messy and you will get the product on it from sturring. The higher and more concentraited the heat source the better, it takes at least 20 minutes on a good heat source to get this to a liquid state from the solid form as it arrived. I purchased an external 15k BTU single gas burner just for this use. Make sure you have heavy leather gloves and a strong stirring stick.
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what is the lowest outside temp i can apply this product

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I looked at the instructions and it doesn't list a low temperature so I think it would be okay to apply at any temperature (within reason) but is does list that it needs to be stored at 70 degrees for several days prior to using. It also states that the lower the outside temperature the longer it may take to melt the stuff for application.
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Accourding to the instructions the outside tempurature should be 70 degrees or higher and light or no wind.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product!!! Bought the kit with one can. Worked so well bought the two can refill kit. Works better on road cracks than anything we have ever used. Really easy to use. After pouring into crack, used propane torch to melt sealer to smooth out flow. This is an amazing product! February 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good Takes a little bit to heat it up (used a 2-burner Coleman stove with HD foil around the can to hold in the heat) but I expected that after reading the reviews and the outdoor temp was only 50F. Once liquefied it poured nice and was easy to work with. Seems to be very sticky and flexible so if it holds up I'll be happy. Be sure to wear leather gloves when doing the heating and work to keep from getting burnt. Just ordered two more kits to finish the job. October 23, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Use all driveway crack repair I found the product to be very good. While heating the product the seam on the can leaked allowing the sealer to run onto the stove causing the spilt product to catch on fire. I was using a gas burner outside and was able to guickly extinguish the flame. The second can worked fine with no leak. The product is more difficult to work with than the cold type sealers, but the end result is much more permanent. If I did not have the difficulties with the first can leaking the quality and overall rating would have been excellent. September 29, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by good sealer bad packaging. Broken handle sealer works good. You have to heat up outside and poor into cracks. My pack came with a broken handle. October 20, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works really well for sealing cracks This product works really well for filling and sealing cracks. Time will tell how well it holds up but I'm thinking it will be okay. I've had to order three refill kits to fill the cracks in my driveway but that's okay. The amount you receive never seems to go as far as you expect but overall I'm okay with that because I'm happy with the product so far. I expect this to last. I think this will hold up better because it's flexible. I bought a cheap little butane camping stove and butane cans from Amazon to heat this product up and that worked well although it takes some prep time to get ready. I think the prep and application will be worth it in the long run. I ordered the stuff online for in-store pick-up three times and two of the boxes that the product came in were fairly brutalized but the product was okay. I would recommend this for sealing asphalt cracks. June 14, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So far the best i have seen Did not give the product an excellent overall rating because of the heating process. I knew purchasing it that it would be difficult heating it up, that is definitely the case. It did fill some rather large cracks and gives a nice layer of protection around the crack. Adheres very well, the test of time will be the deciding factor, but after 3 weeks the latex based crack fill would already have been cracking with the temperature swings we have had here in the north east. August 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best product for homeowner I found this product to be the best out there for homeowners, seemingly as good as what the road crews use. I had bought a can a couple of years ago and those cracks are holding up unlike ready liquid products I've used and have to redo. I've also used and like the heatable cord product for short runs, but it is too much work for a lot of cracks on a long driveway like I have. As mentioned elsewhere the handle can sometimes melt if heated in a covered grill which seems to do the best and quickest melting task. A 4 inch "C" clamp worked great for me to grab, carry and pour the can once heated. Camp stoves work OK with a can with just some asphalt in the can but I wasn't happy with that approach. I may try to compress the lid edge with a vise grip to provide a pouring spout when I use the "C" clamp. Homedepot.com lost my delivery, twice. They did find and reship my product. In the mean time, the U-seal called me when they found my order missing and sent me the product overnight. This was some of best customer service I've ever received. November 20, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 500°F - That's the secret Followed all the instructions but found that in order to turn the solid into a liquid that could be applied I had to heat the product to 500°F, and the only way I could do that was to close the lid on my propane fired grill. Even at that temperature only a portion of the product liquifies. Apply that portion, and then put the can back on the fire. I bought the kit because I believed that the handle assembly would be the safest way to use the product, and it definitely works until you close the lid to achieve the higher temperature, then the handle melts. I ended up using a pair of pliers to pour the product, and got pretty good at it. BTW - and this is IMPORTANT, ended up ruining my grill. Even before the lid closing, the seams on the cans would ooze the product into the grill. Hey, my wife is happy, she's getting a new grill next season! And, here's the thing - the product works great! Just be ready for some mess, and don't use a newer grill! October 28, 2014
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