Thank you for posting your inquiry. DAP Concrete & Mortar Siliconized Filler & Sealant is not textured. Should you require a textured concrete sealant, we would recommend DAP Textured Concrete Premium Elastomeric Latex Filler & Sealant, DAP Item Number: 7079808676. Should you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
Thank you for posting your inquiry. For the application as described, DAP Premium Polyurethane Adhesive Sealant would be the best product option. Should you have additional questions or require further assistance, please feel free to contact DAP Technical Customer Service at 888-327-8477.
This product is rated for use with fireplaces and when cured, is paintable: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rutland-10-3-fl-oz-Fireplace-Mortar-Cartridge-in-Gray-63G/202218154
Thank you for posting your inquiry. Based on the description of your intended project, we would only recommend the use of DAP QUICK PLUG Hydraulic & Anchoring Cement. This is the only product that can be used for concrete repair, where moisture is present at the time of application. Should you have any additional questions, wish to discuss or our recommendation or your project in more detail, please feel free to contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
It's OK for stucco cracks if you're going to paint over it - but you'll see it show through the paint. In my experience, I had a better result with the DAP Dynaflex 230 product. Far superior adhesion than what you'll get with this product and it won't crack - very much unlike this 'concrete' product. The DAP Dynaflex Ultra comes in many other colors and is even better than the Dynaflex 230 product if you're looking for something to fill the cracks and possibly not have to paint afterwards. All of these are available from Home Depot.
Home Depot sells a "Sika" branded product in a caulk style tube that is rated for concrete/stucco repairs. That would be a great product to use.
Thank you for posting your inquiry. For the project that you have described, we would recommend the use of the DAP Premium Polyurethane Construction Adhesive Sealant. Should you have any additional questions or require further assistance, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477.
Having regrettably used this product on multiple projects, I would say absolutely not. If you're talking about leaking occuring at the sides of the threshold near the jamb/casing, GE Advanced Silicone II would be a great product to seal that - or even OSI Quad, but the Quad would be much harder to tool into a nice finish since it's not supposed to be tooled. The DAP product is an entry level interior product and not much more than colored painter's caulk in my experience.
This stuff cracks and shrinks quite significantly. Personally, I'd steer you towards one of the polyurethane self leveling concrete products such as the DAP 3.0 product that Home Depot sells. This DAP 'concrete' product is really nothing more than fancy painter's caulk IMO and fails miserably to serve its purpose.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rutland-10-3-fl-oz-Fireplace-Mortar-Cartridge-in-Gray-63G/202218154 This specifically states that it's for repointing cracks and missing mortar and Home Depot sells it.