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3.5 Gal. Super Patch

  • High Perfomance Pothole Patch
  • Added binder for flexibility
  • Just compact and ready for car traffic
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Product Overview

The Latex-ite 3.5 Gal. super patch is a stone-and-adhesive patch for pavements. It can be used on both concrete and asphalt and is designed to be used year-round. It contains asphaltic binders that give it maximum adhesion and long life, making it ideal for potholes, large cracks and joints. It dries quickly and is traffic-ready immediately.
  • Use for sealing potholes, joints and large cracks in asphalt and concrete pavement
  • Contains asphaltic binders for long life and maximum adhesion to sidewalls
  • Black, texturized stone-and-adhesive mix can be used year-round
  • Fass-set formula dries and sets quickly
  • Low VOC formula
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
3.5 Gal.
Product Depth (in.)
12.5
Product Height (in.)
11
Product Length (in.)
12.5

Details

Color Family
Black
Drying Time (hours)
Immediate
Features
No Additional Features
Interior/Exterior
Exterior
Recommended Application
Asphalt
Repair Type
Patch
Returnable
90-Day
Use Location
Driveway

Warranty / Certifications

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Questions & Answers

42Questions31Answers

why does it take so long to dry 1 week later and nothing has hardened it is still tacky. I

Asked by STEVEN September 12, 2020
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Mine was still tacky after a few days and still seemed to want to move around like it was loose

i bought this last year and when I opened it this was hard as a rock and could not use it. Why wo...

Asked by atina August 31, 2020
4
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IT WAS A BAD BATCH. TAKE IT BACK FOR EXCHANGE OR REFUND. IT SHOULD POUR OUT EASILY LIKE STICKY PEBBLES.

Why won’t this product harden?

Asked by ImaSayin August 11, 2020
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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.

Whats minimum depth that the pothole needs to be in order for this product to work?

Asked by hhm July 2, 2020
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1 1/2" is recommended. Side walls are necessary for the product to fully compact.

What is the thinnest crack this can be used on?

Asked by MM July 1, 2020
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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.

What is the square foot with coverage of each bucket

Asked by Mark October 21, 2019
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yes

i had a new plastic fence installed, is this good to fill in the post holes ?

Asked by joe September 28, 2019
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I wouldn't think so and think it would be just better to use the fill from the holes.

Why does this product contain water. supposedly it is 100% solids? Is it old stock sold bh HD or ...

Asked by mimi September 23, 2019
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mine had less than a tablespoon of liquid in the bottom of the container

what do I use to build a Swale in my driveway blacktop to redirect the water away from the edge. 1inch elevation rise

Asked by Rush June 30, 2019
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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.

how thick or thin can it be?

Asked by Joseph May 31, 2019
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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

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.8
    out of 475 reviews
  • 70% recommend this product
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I used the patch to fill in an increasing gap between the top of my concrete driveway and the fro...
I used the patch to fill in an increasing gap between the top of my concrete driveway and the front edge of the garage floor. It served that purpose very well.
by Gener
1 person found this helpful
It works but takes awhile
I got this because it says it can handle traffic immediately. That's not true at all. I filled a whole 4 days ago and it is still tacky and is just now finally starting to harden. I gave it 3 stars because although it may not cure as fast as the company claims it does finally harden up and seems to work good. I would not recommend using this in high traffic areas. I wanted something that cured quickly so I could close my gate without the wheel sinking in to the asphalt. I had to leave my gate open while this cures which means I couldn't let my dogs out by themselves. So basically this stuff works just not even close to how fast they claim.
by Jimmy
2 people found this helpful
This product works as advertised. One thing I must say is that I learned how to use this product...
This product works as advertised. One thing I must say is that I learned how to use this product the hard way. Its a good thing their customer service is dependable. If you are buying this for the first time, please read this carefully: "Latex•ite® SUPER PATCH™ is easy to use. It is important to remember that Latex•ite® SUPER PATCH™ works on compaction and must have sidewalls to work properly. If it is put in a depression with no sidewalls, it will not work. We recommend square cutting the vertical sides of the crack or hole wing a chisel and remove all loose debris. Next sweep or blow out the pothole. Allow to dry. Fill the hole with Latex•ite® SUPER PATCH™ to a height of ½" above the area. (very important) Compact the hole using a tamper or heavy, flat item such as a cinder block. You may also put a piece of plywood over the area and drive over it with your car for maximum compaction. It is ready for traffic once it's been fully compacted. If you plan to seal over the repaired area, we recommend you wait 2 weeks prior to sealing. There are oils in the product and you can help speed up the cure rate by sprinkling sand or Portland cement over the repair. Remember, if the repaired area is not setting up, it's most likely because it has not been compacted enough. For deep repairs, tamp the bottom 3 inches, fill, tamp next 3 inches, etc. working your way up to the surface." i missed the part about adding 1/2 inch crown of stone mix on top of the layer, and it remained tacky and loose no matter how I tamped it down. Also, i didn't have portland cement available. Learn from my mistakes and hope you do a better job than I.
by goldleafph
12 people found this helpful
So I bought this to patch a deep hole in my driveway that just showed up. when I opened it, it lo...
So I bought this to patch a deep hole in my driveway that just showed up. when I opened it, it looked moldy or like spiders had nested in there which was very off putting. I packed it in and tampered it down so we shall see how it goes.
by Whitney
1 person found this helpful
I filled several driveway holes, about 1 inch deep by maybe 6 to 10 inch diameter. This patch do...
I filled several driveway holes, about 1 inch deep by maybe 6 to 10 inch diameter. This patch does work. It is slow to thoroughly dry. After a week, the patch was tacky even though it was a dry hot week. This patch has small crushed rock and tar like compound. I overfilled the holes, and eventually it will wear flat, as it is in a traffic area. If needed, this is easy to use, just scoop out and tamp down with something heavy. For a big hole, just pour it out.
by HomeDepotCustomer
6 people found this helpful
Lesson learned this product went down in 3 compacted layers with hand tamp. Clean cut edges and c...
Lesson learned this product went down in 3 compacted layers with hand tamp. Clean cut edges and clean dry hole. There was a steel edge placed at the edge of the yard. The area was about 24" x 18" about 2"-3" deep. This required 3 buckets of material. 48 hrs of no rain. Well after 3 weeks this stuff was still not hard. I drove over it with a pickup truck and a x700 John Deere to help compact. One good heavy rain and the patch started to wash out what a waist of time effort and money. I am now trying Aquaphalt. Home Depot must a price problem on the mentioned Product it should be $50.00 for a 55lb bucket not $100.00. The Aquaphalt has been in 2 hours and is much more set than Super Patch was after 3 weeks. Good luck.
by Jbh
Response from THD-CSAug 17, 2017
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to this customer with an offer of FRESH product to make this situation right but have not received a response. Dalton Enterprises strives for 100% customer satisfaction. We encourage any customer with a problem to contact us via phone or email at (800) 851-5606 or cust_service@latexite.com.
13 people found this helpful
Didn't last a year
I used it to fill a 1/2-3/4 inch wide gap between asphalt and a french drain inserted in the middle of the drive. I backfilled the gap leaving 1 inch for the cold patch to fill in. I tamped it in, which was no small task because it sticks to everything but itself. I gave over a month for it to harden and then top coated it using the same brand (latex-ite) crack filler. By the time spring (now) came around it has completely washed out. The few areas it is still in place (4ft out of 40ft) it is still soft to the touch and pliable and will inevitably wash out with our spring rains (Maryland)
by Ryry
Response from THD-CSMay 20, 2016
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, we have reached out to the vendor and their response is, "We have reached out to this customer to make this situation right but have not received a response. Dalton Enterprises strives for 100% customer satisfaction. We encourage any customer with a problem to contact us via phone or email at (800) 851-5606 or cust_service@latexite.com.”
9 people found this helpful
Worked great
Worked as expected. Really easy to pour into the pothole. Applied it at 90 degrees and then another time at 70 degrees fahrenheit. It does take a few weeks to harden, but it is immediately ready for traffic. I used a square shovel to shape it and then drove over it with my car several times to flatten and compress it. Be aware that you probably need more than you think. I had estimated my repairs would take 5 of the 3.5 gal buckets, but it took 8. I ordered it online through The Home Depot and had it shipped to the store. Great service.
by Charles
3 people found this helpful
Perfect patch so far from all different varieties and brands.
Very easy to apply, no mess, no problem in cleaning tools. One suggestion: To avoid particles from the newly added patch to scatter around, one needs to cover the fresh patch with the light layer of a sand. Once the sand is on the patch, it does not matter how long it takes to dry, and is ready for immediate use.
by paul
19 people found this helpful
Does the job well.
Just use a trowel and put in pothole, smooth and let it set.
by Sandsculptor
1 person found this helpful
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