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10.1 oz. Asphalt Driveway Crack and Joint Filler

  • Fills asphalt cracks and joints up to 1/2"
  • Fills up to 32 feet with 1/4" bead
  • Low VOC, Soap and water clean up
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Product Overview

The Latex-ite 10.1 oz. Driveway Crack and Joint Filler is for asphalt cracks and joints up to 1/2 in. wide. It is specially formulated using a combination of pure asphalts and polymers to ensure rapid drying and maximum durability. It has low VOC and fills up to 32 ft. with a 1/4 in. bead. (Note: If product is not available to order in your area that is due to nighttime temperatures. Product may not cure and/or track in late fall and early spring applications).
  • Fills asphalt cracks and joints up to 1/2 in. wide
  • Fills up to 32 ft. with a 1/4 in. bead
  • Dries to touch in 2 hours, allow 24 hours to fully cure and before sealing over
  • Low VOC formula
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
10.1 oz.
Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Height (in.)
11.25
Product Length (in.)
11.25 in

Details

Color Family
Black
Drying Time (hours)
24
Features
Self-Leveling
Interior/Exterior
Exterior
Recommended Application
Asphalt
Repair Type
Crack Filler,Sealant
Returnable
180-Day
Use Location
Driveway

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

15Questions23Answers

Can you use it to Fill cracks on a toilet

Asked by Frank123 October 21, 2020
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Answer

no, only asphalt.

What is the cure time on this? 24 hours?

Asked by Bobby October 6, 2020
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Answer

Cure time is temperature dependent. In my experience it took several days mid July to cure. After cure, the material had shrunk so much that it was almost as thin as paint and did not fill the crack. Cracks filed were about 1/8 inch wide and 3/4 inch deep. I was not happy!

Will this product allow a stain to sdhere. i want to fill the cracks then stain some concrete around the pool.

Asked by tee May 6, 2020
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No caulk will allow staining after application. I would suggest filling the cracks with cement (No gravel) and then stain. I would also warn you that unless the stain is fairly dark, the areas that were cracked will likely be at least slightly different in color than the rest of the existing concrete.

can this product be used to seal off pool concrete joints

Asked by adrian April 9, 2020
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Answers

NO! For asphalt only, such as roads and driveways.

will this remain sticky if it is above the level of the crack and come off on shoes and car tires...

Asked by Brian September 12, 2018
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After 2 days of cure in my latest application debris that blows onto it does not stick. A blower blows it right off. I doubt you need to worry about that.

I HAVE SOME SEPARATION BETWEEN MY JOUSE AND DRIVE WAY WHAT DO I USE TO ENSURE WATER DOESN'T HO IN MY FINISH BASEMENT

Asked by Catameah September 2, 2018
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Answers

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Sikaflex-10-1-oz-Crack-Flex-Concrete-Sealant-7116110/300934565

How long do I have to wait before I can drive over a crack filled with this after it dries in one...

Asked by NotHappy June 16, 2018
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It somewhat depends on how deep the crack you are filling is, but typically you are ready to go in 2-3 hours.

How to get this in narrow less than 1/8 inch cracks

Asked by Dad August 6, 2017
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I used a plastic trowel and work it just as it came out of the tube, keep the trowel angle against the tip of the tube when applying it the pressure will force it into the crack.

Can this be painted?

Asked by SimpleTidyConvenient April 18, 2017
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Dunno'. I'd be concerned that the asphalt nature of the product would bleed through any paint. If you're gonna' paint i you're probably better off with a caulking, like Lexel or a paintable polyurethane like Sikaflex. This also does shrink, making painting more problematic.

What guidance would you provide for temperature at application and for the next 24 hrs?

Asked by DrivewayPatch March 5, 2017
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60degrees or warmer. However I found this stuff dries fairly quickly to the touch 4-5hrs and firmly overnight approx. 12hrs =

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 99 reviews
  • 67% recommend this product
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I used one tube of this successfully, and needed more so I bought 2 more tubes. The second tube ...
I used one tube of this successfully, and needed more so I bought 2 more tubes. The second tube exploded out the back of my beloved $30 SolidWork caulk gun. I couldn't believe it. I'm all scratching my head wondering why nothing is coming out - all while it's coming out the back. I will be waiting to hear back from this company on where to ship the invoice for a new SolidWork caulk gun, and they can refund me for the exploded bottle of Latex-ite crack filler and the unopened one I will never use while they are at it. I buy the 10 oz. bottles for convenience sake and because I love using my caulk gun. But this product cancelled out those 2 pleasures.
by Meeka
2 people found this helpful
So far so good. Dried pretty quick in 70 degree weather. It did take a few days to fully cure on...
So far so good. Dried pretty quick in 70 degree weather. It did take a few days to fully cure on one crack that was fairly deep. I probably should have filled it with a piece of rubber crack filling first. It did work and I did end up using the whole tube. I would suggest buying an additional tube as a backup.
by Falken
2 people found this helpful
Purchased 6 tubes to repair cracks in driveway. The first tube worked for about 25% of the volum...
Purchased 6 tubes to repair cracks in driveway. The first tube worked for about 25% of the volume, then stopped working. The filler became hard within the tube and the bottom sealer gave way and ruined my caulking gun. I had to finish the project due to the weather, thus I picked up another caulking gun, placed in a new tube with the same exact results. I thus have ruined two very good caulking guns and could not continue sealing the driveway cracks. I also purchase the liquid Latex-Ite to fill in the larger cracks today. It worked fine for the first 2/3 of the bottle, then harden up and stopped flowing completely. This happened to both bottles. Very poor product to say the least.
by DocTom
7 people found this helpful
Would I recommend this product? Not even to my worst enemy. I had really high hopes for this when...
Would I recommend this product? Not even to my worst enemy. I had really high hopes for this when I applied it last fall. Easy to use and *seems* like the right kind of product to fix cracks. Nice and pliable and able to get into tight spots so that it filled well, it would be great if it lasted. Unfortunately, that's where it fails. This could be a winner in the south where "winter" is 38* for a week or two. Up here in the northeast this stuff is worse than nothing at all. It vaporized in the first cold snap. It doesn't just fail or start to crack itself, it disappears completely, it turns to dust and blows away. I used four tubes in the fall (well, three, one was old and hard when I opened it) and by mid-December there was no evidence that I had even touched my driveway. Pictures show two small cracks in a very small area of driveway, penny for scale. Pic-1 shows a crack that was "repaired" using the Asphalt Driveway Crack and Joint Filler and Pic-2 another using the torch-activated Pli-Stix. It's night and day, while the Plix-Stix repaired area shows some small degradation it has mostly held up pretty well. The cracks that had the caulking tube used on them show no evidence at all that anything had been done. You can not find one single spec of the product remaining anywhere it was applied. It's 100% completely GONE. Junk. Save your money and more importantly, save your time. I wish I had back all the time I spent applying this garbage, I could have used Play-Doh and gotten better results. Home Depot, please do a better job of vetting your products, especially in regard to climate. A product that works fine in the south might be useless in the northern winters and this is a perfect example. If it can't last a New England winter it shouldn't be in New England stores. If you live in the north, skip this entirely and use the Pli-Stix or even better a combination of Pli-Stix covered with a bit of the Trowel Patch. Even though it's twice as much work that will have a better chance of holding up and not having to be redone the following spring. If you use this stuff youll probably regret it and you'll be using something else a few months later.
by MBro
9 people found this helpful
Good Product
When applying this filler to cracks on the asphalt driveway, don't smooth out the bead, or the cracks will be exposed again after the filler dried. Instead, overlay the bead a bit of higher than the surrounding area. See the attached photo.
by fangaz
Response from THD-CSNov 21, 2016
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, "Thank you for taking the time to share your positive experience after applying one of our Latexite products. Dalton Enterprises, Inc. is committed to manufacturing a quality product and strive for 100% customer satisfaction.”
15 people found this helpful
One tube was fine and worked decently. I only got...
One tube was fine and worked decently. I only got half way through the second tube and it wouldn’t come out anymore. I had to toss it.
by Stormducks
This product is trash. Did nothing to my cracked driveway....
This product is trash. Did nothing to my cracked driveway. Will not recommend it to a friend.
by IKE
I need the one much drier and thicker to fill...
I need the one much drier and thicker to fill a gap.
by PEIYING
GREAT PRODUCT.YOU JUST HAVE TO USE ENOUGH OF IT IN THE CRACK AND NOT SKIP ON APPLICATION.APPLY TO...
GREAT PRODUCT.YOU JUST HAVE TO USE ENOUGH OF IT IN THE CRACK AND NOT SKIP ON APPLICATION.APPLY TO CRACK 2 TO 3 TIMES AND BUILD UP THE AMOUNT PUSHED INTO THE CRACK AND TAKE YOUR TIME.LET EACH APPLICATION DRY THEN APPLY NEXT COAT ON TOP OF FIRST COAT.
by Joe
1 person found this helpful
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