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10.1 oz. Self-Leveling Sealant

$1027
  • Used in sealing cracks or expansion joints in reinforced concrete
  • Self-leveling formula offers superior flexibility and adhesion
  • Protects the joints from dirt, rust-causing chemicals, etc.
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Quikrete Self-Leveling Sealant is a high performance, construction grade, sealant, used for sealing cracks and joints in horizontal concrete surfaces. It provides a permanent seal for these types of jobs. Quikrete Self-Leveling Sealant keeps dirt, ice and other pollutants out of cracks, so that damage to the area does not occur.
  • Self-leveling formula provides superior adhesion, flexibility and durability
  • Used for sealing expansion joints in concrete slabs and sealing cracks in concrete floors, driveways, patios, steps, basements and pool decks
  • Offers primer less adhesion to most common materials in the building industry
  • Has been specifically developed for flowing into horizontal crevices and ideal for general purpose horizontal sealing applications
  • California residents

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Recommended ApplicationConcreteConcreteCement,Concrete,Masonry,MortarAsphalt,Cement,Concrete,Masonry,Mortar
Use LocationFloorFloorFloorDriveway,Floor
Repair TypeSealantCrack Filler,SealantSealantSealant
Container Size10.1 oz.1 Qt.29 oz.28 oz.
Drying Time (hours)11224
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  • 4.4
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Should have cut a larger hole to start the product from the tube. Great product though.
Great product and easy to use.
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Bubbles all day
This product says specifically no bubbles. I bought 32 of these to redo a expansion joint around a pool and instead of it being a 2 day job its been a hectic 8 day installtion chasing the bubbles and trying to make my work look good with a horrible product. Do not waste your money or time. It also gets instantly dirty i had to clean once already just so it did not look like dirt instead of grey. Quikrete should just stick to concrete mix
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    Absolute Garbage
    I bought 14 tubes for a 30' x 50' slab with 220' of contraction joints. I installed early in the morning when temps were about 70-75 degrees. In about half the tubes the product had separated into a yellow/clear polymer from the gray. I tried to add extra product to "flush" out the yellow as it was applied. Some started with yellow then went gray while others started good and went yellow about halfway through. This evening when I went to razor off the hump flush with the slab I found nothing but bubbles. The entire 220' of joints is porous like a weld without shielding gas. The spots I tried to flush had varying results, some worked out okay where the yellow was mostly the hump layer that was cut flush, others the yellow went down into the joint. I contacted Quickrete but will not get a response until Tuesday because of the holiday. If they step up on this one I will amend my review.
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      I have used several different brands of this type of product and feel that the Quikrete is the be...
      I have used several different brands of this type of product and feel that the Quikrete is the best. The only reason I did not give it five stars is that one of the tubes must have settled out or something. When I was applying it all the sudden some clear yellowish liquid came out that sat on top of the sealant. I was afraid it would stay oily but it did cure. Unfortunately the yellowish color color remained.
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      I bought several tubes of this product to repair the cracks in my concrete driveway which were 1/...
      I bought several tubes of this product to repair the cracks in my concrete driveway which were 1/8 - 1/4 inch in width. I applied the material to a clean surface according to the directions on the label when the weather was warm this summer and dry. It matched the color of the concrete reasonably well, that is to say it was light gray in color. I am very displeased with this product. The sealant turned white after two and a half weeks. Now it looks terrible and I wish that I had not bought it. There wasn't anything put on my driveway in the way of chemicals to make it turn white. I called Quikrete Company and spoke to their "technician" - he said "Oh, that's unusual". That's all. I caution anyone who buys this product for filling cracks in a concrete driveway because it will turn white and will look ugly.
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        I used it to fill the control joints in my basement floor before painting. Squeezed it in on top ...
        I used it to fill the control joints in my basement floor before painting. Squeezed it in on top of foam backer rod and it leveled nicely and took the epoxy paint.
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        Many home maintenance tasks work fine with traditional calk materual. Driveways made of concrete ...
        Many home maintenance tasks work fine with traditional calk materual. Driveways made of concrete are difficult to protect from rainwater intrusion in cracks resulting from natural separtation. I have found that self settling caulk will easily sinking to th void filling anu open space. After a day of curing it completely seals out rain water!
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