A: It hardens and is not flexible. I recommend a long handle garden torch as it will save your knees and back. Power washing did not remove the caulk. I wish that I had purchased the black though as there is a big contrast between the grey and original tar.
A: It is completely hard in temps below around 40-50 degrees. Above that, it is a little pliable (and becomes somewhat more pliable the warmer it gets), but shouldn't come out of the cracks with regular washing. Just hold off on pressure washing when it's warm out so that it stays firmer! 40 degrees shouldn't be too cold for pressure washing, and the stix will stay hard at that temp.
A: It will be hard substance.
A: It is NOT hard when cured! How can people put that. It's soft will take imprints etc. It's supposed to be below the actual surface.
A: Yes, Grey Crack Stix is paintable.
A: Yes. You can use a latex paint or masonry waterproofing paint.
A: I melted it with propane torch and dripped it in the crack. It solidifies as it cools.
A: You will need a propane torch to heat the rope. It then spreads into the cracks and seals. Yes it hardens on its own. A very good product.
A: I have used this product a couple times. After placing it in the crack you use a torch to heat it up so it melts into the crack. It cools and dries on its own.
A: You need a propane torch to apply. It dries by itself. I used it 2 or 3 years ago. It doesn't appear to work any better than whatever I used before.
A: Well, you use a propane torch to put it down and then it dries as it cools. Fairly easy, just make sure the cracks you are filling are dry. It will spit like water to hot grease if it's wet.
A: Yes.. The product needs to be applied with a propane torch. The material melts and bonds to the side walls and then cools.
A: Yes, it dries on it’s on. The only things you need are shears to cut it and a torch to melt it. Torch https://www.homedepot.com/p/Flame-King-Propane-Torch-Kit-Heavy-Duty-Weed-Burner-PQ-5000T/308804053?MERCH=REC-_-pip_instock_mobile-_-100341111-_-308804053-_-N
A: Probably. I used it to seal cracks in a concrete driveway. Works great. The only Concern I have is heating the material indoors. A torch is needed.
A: I have used several products claiming that it would work to fill cracks in my driveway that looked nice after I filled the cracks but within six months they would dry out and crack and peel out of the cracks so when I saw this product I purchased Pli Stiix but did not work any better than the previous products I had used. Don' waste your money. This product does not work!!!
A: The side walls need to be dry in order for the material to bond properly. Simply preheat surface prior to applying.
A: If you can dry the area completely for the time that you apply it and 15 minutes of hardening time, you will probably be OK. However, moisture at the time of application will prevent the material from melting and filling in as it should.