|Product Depth (in.)||11 in||Product Height (in.)||9 in|
|Product Length (in.)||11 in|
|Drying Time (hours)||Less than 10 minutes||Features||Fast Setting, High-Strength, Hydraulic Cement, Paintable|
|Interior/Exterior||Exterior, Interior||Product Weight (lb.)||10.5 lb|
|Recommended Application||Cement, Concrete, Masonry, Stucco||Repair Type||Anchoring, Crack Filler, Patch, Sealant|
|Returnable||90-Day||Use Location||Ceiling, Columns, Driveway, Floor, Foundation, General Purpose, Wall|
A: Hieu - Since DRYLOK® Fast Plug is in a powder form and requires water to mix, any unused product will keep as long as it's sealed in the container and kept from moisture or water.
A: Fred - Mike (community answer) makes some good points. If the existing hydraulic cement is failing or crumbling, it's best to remove and replace with properly mixed material. It's also a great time to address the rust before reinstalling the railing. When mixing DRYLOK® Fast Plug, please use a 3:1 ratio (3 parts powder to 1 part water) and use quickly. Hydraulic cements do not "top bond", they expand inside the hole or crack therefore "locking" the patch in place. In your application, the hydraulic cement expands in the hole and locks the railing post in the hole - a perfect application for DRYLOK® Fast Plug.
A: Adding more hydraulic cement to an already existing problem will not solve the problem. The old cement must be removed and new applied. In addition the railing should be removed and any rust issues taken care of before resetting it in new cement as the rust will continue to grow and eventually cause the railing post to fail. Mike
A: William - This would not be a recommended application for hydraulic cement. I suggest looking at asphalt patch material at your local Home Depot.
A: DRYLOK® Fast Plug can be used to fill large holes but must be built up in layers. I suggest speaking with a Home Depot associate for other materials that may be a better choice.
Cement, Concrete, Masonry, Stucco
Anchoring, Crack Filler, Patch, Sealant
Product Weight (lb.)
Ceiling, Columns, Driveway, Floor, Foundation, General Purpose, Wall
Drying Time (hours)
Less than 10 minutes