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Model # X9510

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MACMAT-AR

5-Gal. Asphalt Driveway ReSurfacer

$ 50 99

Overview

MACMAT-AR Asphalt Driveway Re-Surfacer is much more than a seal coat. Technically it is a Type II Micro-surface, a high solids polymerized liquid asphalt re-surfacer. MACMAT-AR is the result of new technologies as well as advanced polymer modifications producing an economical cutting edge micro pavement surface treatment. MACMAT-AR is designed to encapsulate the pavement and prevent water intrusion. MACMAT-AR incorporates specially graded aggregate to achieve a tough, highly durable and slip resistant surface. This results in reduced maintenance and a safer pavement surface. It provides superior wet pavement friction, better traction in freezing conditions and due the deep rich black color aids in melting snow and ice. While seal-coat is typically installed at a rate of 1 lb. per sq. yd., MACMAT-AR is installed at a rate of 11-18 lbs. per sq. yd. Helpful Tips: MACMAT-AR should only be applied when temperatures are at least 60 degrees and rising for a 24-hour period after application. Make sure to remove all loose debris from surface before installation. Do not install when rain is imminent. High humidity levels can increase dry times. MACMAT-AR dries in 2-4 hours but it is always recommended to keep vehicle traffic off for 24-hours.
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Product Overview

MACMAT-AR Asphalt Driveway Re-Surfacer is much more than a seal coat. Technically it is a Type II Micro-surface, a high solids polymerized liquid asphalt re-surfacer. MACMAT-AR is the result of new technologies as well as advanced polymer modifications producing an economical cutting edge micro pavement surface treatment. MACMAT-AR is designed to encapsulate the pavement and prevent water intrusion. MACMAT-AR incorporates specially graded aggregate to achieve a tough, highly durable and slip resistant surface. This results in reduced maintenance and a safer pavement surface. It provides superior wet pavement friction, better traction in freezing conditions and due the deep rich black color aids in melting snow and ice. While seal-coat is typically installed at a rate of 1 lb. per sq. yd., MACMAT-AR is installed at a rate of 11-18 lbs. per sq. yd. Helpful Tips: MACMAT-AR should only be applied when temperatures are at least 60 degrees and rising for a 24-hour period after application. Make sure to remove all loose debris from surface before installation. Do not install when rain is imminent. High humidity levels can increase dry times. MACMAT-AR dries in 2-4 hours but it is always recommended to keep vehicle traffic off for 24-hours.
  • Texture for improved safety
  • Rich black appearance
  • Impermeable surface seal
  • Higher coefficient of friction
  • Superior ride quality
  • Minimize curb loss
  • Eliminates dust and loose aggregate
  • Coverage may vary due to existing pavement conditions

Product Overview

Model #: X9510
Internet #: 204358225

MACMAT-AR Asphalt Driveway Re-Surfacer is much more than a seal coat. Technically it is a Type II Micro-surface, a high solids polymerized liquid asphalt re-surfacer. MACMAT-AR is the result of new technologies as well as advanced polymer modifications producing an economical cutting edge micro pavement surface treatment. MACMAT-AR is designed to encapsulate the pavement and prevent water intrusion. MACMAT-AR incorporates specially graded aggregate to achieve a tough, highly durable and slip resistant surface. This results in reduced maintenance and a safer pavement surface. It provides superior wet pavement friction, better traction in freezing conditions and due the deep rich black color aids in melting snow and ice. While seal-coat is typically installed at a rate of 1 lb. per sq. yd., MACMAT-AR is installed at a rate of 11-18 lbs. per sq. yd. Helpful Tips: MACMAT-AR should only be applied when temperatures are at least 60 degrees and rising for a 24-hour period after application. Make sure to remove all loose debris from surface before installation. Do not install when rain is imminent. High humidity levels can increase dry times. MACMAT-AR dries in 2-4 hours but it is always recommended to keep vehicle traffic off for 24-hours.

  • Texture for improved safety
  • Rich black appearance
  • Impermeable surface seal
  • Higher coefficient of friction
  • Superior ride quality
  • Minimize curb loss
  • Eliminates dust and loose aggregate
  • Coverage may vary due to existing pavement conditions

Info & Guides

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
12.24
Product Height (in.)
15.5
Product Length (in.)
12.24

Details

Drying Time (hours)
4
Repair Type
Resurfacer
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 year warranty against abnormal wear

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
12.24
Product Height (in.)
15.5
Product Length (in.)
12.24

Details

Drying Time (hours)
4
Repair Type
Resurfacer
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 year warranty against abnormal wear

Questions & Answers

How many sqft does it really cover. One of the review suggested 60 sqft but Community answers say...

How many sqft does it really cover. One of the review suggested 60 sqft but Community answers say about 250-300 sqft. So what is it?
Asked by: np
It covers approximately 250-350 square feet.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2019-07-13

How many square feet does a 5 gallon drum cover

Asked by: Gerard
It covers approximately 250-350 square feet.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2019-07-09

Can i apply this to a chip seal driveway

Asked by: cajun1
Yes, you can apply this to a chip seal driveway.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2019-04-25

How many FT.SQ does this cover?

How many FT.SQ does this cover?
Asked by: lakersfan01
It covers approximately 250-350 square feet.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2019-06-19
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Customer Reviews

5-Gal. Asphalt Driveway ReSurfacer is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 9.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from NOT RECOMMENDED This product may work well for anyone who has a completely level driveway. The product will crack as it dries in even the most insignificant dips. I never had water puddle in my driveway, nor did I have any potholes. I am sure to have plenty of potholes now and many more problems than I had before since this product cracked up as it dried over a 24 hour period. I now have rainwater trapped under the cracked product which will no doubt create a bad situation over time. I spent the extra $ on this thinking it was better quality. In the end, we ran out due to UPS delivering a leaking pail which immediately ran all over my grass and concrete sidewalk.We wound up finishing with Latex-ite airport grade which has dried well, filled cracks and looks much better, at a cheaper price. The Macmat product did fill cracks on level areas but left just as many new ones. Very, very disappointed.
Date published: 2015-07-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Stuff Bought this for my driveway. So much beefier than sealcoat. Looks like its gonna last forever and its black!
Date published: 2015-01-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product worked well on a badly maintained driveway Let me start this off by stating I purchased a home that had some severe maintenance issues because the previous owner decided to slack. The driveway is original to the 1960's home and well past it's service life. My goal was to preserve the driveway for another two or three years so that I could replace it with concrete at that time. Seal coats wouldn't cut it as the driveway looks like an alligator. I also had an issue where the surface is so smooth that any moisture on it turned my driveway into a slick hazard. I needed something to give me a textured surface. I originally thought three buckets of this would take care of my driveway as the last time I had it seal coated it took about that much. Let me tell you this measurement was completely wrong. I had purchased 6 buckets with the intention of returning any unused material. I wound up needing to order four more buckets. I have one left in the garage and I'm tempted to use it instead of returning it. The manufacturer's website states 60sqft per 5 gallon bucket. Far less than the 160-360 sqft of most resurfacers. Think of it this way, 60sqft is roughly what a car will cover (6x10). How many cars can fit in your driveway to completely fill it? You'll need that many buckets for one coat. My results were good. Far better than I had expected considering the state of my driveway. First I cleaned the entire driveway first using the hose attachable latexlite driveway degreaser as per instructions, then used my pressure washer to rinse that away. I used two one gallon liquid crack filler to fill in the worst cracks in the driveway, one 1-gallon pale of the trowel-able depression filler as I had a fairly severe depression at the foot of my driveway, and one bag of QPR pot hole filler. Once all of that had set I started installing the Macmat. I used a large paint mixer on my drill to get each bucket mixed to the consistency of peanut butter. You may want to use a corded drill if you have one as this was almost too much for my ryobi cordless. Spreading went about as to be expected with the exception that as this is such a thick compound it does not go nearly as far as other products. The end result was interesting. One coat completely filled any allegatoring that I didn't attempt to patch with the crack filler. That has not reopened so far, but you can still see where the cracks were. Areas that I had patched with crack filler and trowel patch have vanished under the macmat. The QPR absorbed some of the Macmat and better blends into the surrounding drive. The only place I have an issue was where I was starting out pulling macmat and didn't leave enough of a coat. One spot where I ran out of material and had to wait wound up getting two coats. That has a nice surface where you can't see the underlying allegatoring. In a year or two a simple seal coat may make that vanish. As I ran out and had to start again a month later ( due to shipping and also due to weather issues) there is a color difference between cured macmat and uncured macmat. Where I restarted pulling new material had a much darker black color than the portions that had cured. I was concerned as this color difference remained for a few weeks. After a month though the only way you can tell where I restarted is to look for the 3 foot wide area that has two coats. The color difference no longer exists. I've only had two areas that had an issue with pealing and I was expecting it. One area was in a corner near my garage. What I thought was surface dirt turned out to be an error in the original driveway that I should have filled with QPR. Another was where I dumped a little residual macmat at the edge of the driveway where the underlayment was exposed and blowing away. The macmat peeled initially, but constant sun exposure caused it to lay flat and harden binding both areas. All in all I'm satisfied with the results. The type II microtexture has made my drive much safer to use in wet conditions. I'm looking forward to seeing how it reacts to a Michigan Winter. As with most products the end result is all in the preparation. Clean your blacktop well and fill in any severe cracks / depressions / potholes with the correct products. If you do your end result will be good.
Date published: 2016-09-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The resurfacer has pea gravel added to it which makes... The resurfacer has pea gravel added to it which makes application by squeegee more difficult. I was expecting a smaller rock which could be evenly distributed. The product otherwise met my expectation.
Date published: 2017-10-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from follow up review as i mentioned in my review.im following up after a jerzee winter. the product did crack in spots that i applied a thin coat (less than a 1/8") otherwise im satisfied and will buy more pails to make my 3 car driveway uniform. 7 pails to be exact.
Date published: 2016-03-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Macmat The product was very difficult to mix. The chunks of rock inside did not help with the job. Over all I would not recommend this product for use to anyone.
Date published: 2016-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have done several installations with this product. If you mix it well you will have a good loo... I have done several installations with this product. If you mix it well you will have a good looking, long lasting driveway surface.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Happy I put macmat on my driveway in the fall, it showed no signs of cracking and dried fast. I had several dips and broken areas that disappeared after. In the deep dips I added a second coating that made them level. I'm really happy with the product.
Date published: 2016-01-23
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