Mine was still tacky after a few days and still seemed to want to move around like it was loose
If, in fact, it was hard as a rock return to HD, they are very good about returns. Please remember, this product is not soft and smooth like some sealers, it contains small stone/chip which is ideal for pothole repair. Open a bucket, turn upside down into pothole, wait for 30-60 seconds and the Super patch will drop out of the bucket and slowly fall apart waiting to be tamped into place. MG
Don’t buy/use latex-ite. I have had the same problem, regardless of depth and compacting at every inch of pour. Use Sakrete’s asphalt patch. It’s cheaper, sticker, and compacts really well. Avoid more than 3” of patch.
1 1/2" is recommended. Side walls are necessary for the product to fully compact.
I'm guessing but I'd say maybe 1 1/2" wide because there's stone in the patch and you'll need to tamp it down. If you want it to harden quicker just spray a little water on it because it doesn't harden that quick. I called the company and I had an area of about 3' x 5' and it helped harden quicker by spray a little water on it a couple of times a day. My patch was about 4 to 5" deep.
I wouldn't think so and think it would be just better to use the fill from the holes.
mine had less than a tablespoon of liquid in the bottom of the container
Leave the surface alone unless you are willing to repave over your old one with at least 2 inches of new material. That is a big project for a "so-so" repair. If the driveway is old with cracks and depressions in it, I suggest getting a new driveway installed by a reputable company; NOT by one of the "driveway gypsies". If the driveway is in good condition installing pavers along the edges will stop the water and also add a very nice decorative look to your property.
it's at least 1/4-5/16" thick based on the aggregate in the mix. You can build it up in 2" thick layers as needed for your patch