|Name||10.1 oz. Mortar Fix Sealant||10.1 oz. Concrete Crack Sealant||10.1 fl. oz. Concrete Fix Sealant||10.1 oz. Concrete Gap Sealant|
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QUIKRETE(r) Concrete Crack Sealant can be painted with water-based latex paints. Allow sealant to cure for a minimum of 7 days before painting.
Yes, this is suitable for expansion joints, but you need to keep in mind that if the joint is still expanding you may need to add more compound to fill or patch the joint again. If the joint expands too much it might be necessary to dig it all out and replace it to make it look ok, but that would be worse case.
Concrete to be repaired with QUIKRETE® Advanced Polymer Concrete Crack Sealant should be as dry as possible. Excess moisture can cause this sealant to expand during curing.
QUIKRETE® Concrete Crack Seal is not particularly suitable for continuously wet environments. Instead, we would recommend a silicone caulk product to fill the hairline cracks.
Yes and you could smooth it out with a plastic putty/drywall knife. Repair cement would work for that job as well
QUIKRETE® Concrete Repair should not be used in areas which will be submerged in water. Instead, we recommend using QUIKRETE® Epoxy Concrete Repair. QUIKRETE® Epoxy Concrete Repair (No. 8620-49) is a multi-purpose, rapid cure, two component epoxy bonding and repair adhesive. Its non-sag property makes it suitable for vertical repairs.
This is not designed to be submerged in water constantly, I would use hydraulic cement for that job
QUIKRETE® Concrete Crack Sealant remains permanently flexible. Rigid topcoats should not be placed over it.
QUIKRETE® Concrete Crack Sealant will only bond to water-based acrylic sealers. All other sealer types are incompatible. This product is for cosmetically sealing sound concrete. For structural repairs to foundations, we recommend instead one of our Epoxy Sealants.