I was able to use an electric soldering iron and work it like solder into the crack. For wide cracks heating up a putty knife worked well to smooth it out.
If all the filler goes in the crack, it has nothing to grab to. Fill your cracks with coarse sand, then apply the filler over it and it will spread out a bit & grip to the asphalt very well.
The product does come in grey for concrete crack filling. The filler does change into a full liquid if you get it hot enough. But you can direct the flow with the trowel and it solidifies quickly when you remove the heat. So it should work ok on a slope.
yes but i wouldn't go above the edge line.
We have not had good luck with the non-melting jug repair products. Durability is much better with the melting stix--more like the product the highway department uses for repairs. Good adhesion, good durability.
I would not expect a heat gun to work. Maybe a masochist would try to do it that way, and it might work, eventually. I used a plumber's soldering torch and found it to be not hot enough. It worked but it took a very long time to use because there was just not enough heat. You really need a more substantial propane torch.
No. Melt it and go.
I would assume so but do not know for sure as I never looked at the 125 ft. length to compare.
Yes you can. We found it best to wait to seal 48 hours after rope fill application for best sealing adhesion.