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10 oz. Mortar Repair Sealant

  • Repairs damaged mortar joints in masonry surfaces
  • Textured and colored to match surrounding mortar
  • Unique applicator tip is ideal for filling 3/8 in. mortar joints
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Product Overview

Quikrete 10 oz. Mortar Repair Tube features an acrylic formula used for sealing joints in concrete, brick and block surfaces. The tube features a square applicator that provides a smooth seal for mortar joints and makes it especially easy to use for tuck pointing. Quikrete 10 oz. Mortar Repair Tube has a sanded texture which matches very well to an existing masonry surface.
  • Square applicator is designed to smooth mortar joints
  • Use for tuck-pointing and to seal concrete, brick and block surfaces
  • Can be painted to match existing mortar
  • Textured finish
  • 30-minute working time
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
10 oz.
Product Depth (in.)
2.5
Product Height (in.)
11.5
Product Length (in.)
2.5

Details

Color Family
Gray
Color/Finish
Gray
Drying Time (hours)
1
Features
Crack Resistant
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Product Weight (lb.)
.7
Recommended Application
Masonry
Repair Type
Crack Filler
Returnable
90-Day
Use Location
Wall

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

64Questions13Answers

Our brick and mortar are painted, Can I use this over painted mortar?

Asked by CypressLI April 27, 2021
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Answer

QUIKRETE® Mortar Repair Sealant can be applied to painted surfaces.

Hey Quikrete! Hep me! Last year I used this product to try to cement an aluminum decorative fence...

Asked by Glueless March 2, 2021
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Answer

For a rigid, permanent installation, we would recommend removing the Mortar Repair Sealant, then reinstalling the anchors with QUIKRETE® High Strength Anchoring Epoxy. Mechanical fastening may be necessary until the epoxy has set. Product information for this epoxy can be found at https://www.quikrete.com/productlines/highstrengthanchoringepoxy.asp

Does it come in other color instead of gray? I need a tan or slightly redish color

Asked by jim December 3, 2020
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Answer

QUIKRETE® Mortar Repair is only available in gray. Once cured, however, it can be painted with water based acrylics to match surrounding mortar.

Is there any discount on this or any price breaks for bulk ordering?

Asked by James November 24, 2020
1
Answer

Please contact The Home Depot directly for pricing and availability.

How do you get colors?

Asked by Gakie October 30, 2020
1
Answer

QUIKRETE Mortar Repair sealant is only available in gray. It can, however be painted after it has cured with water based latex paints.

Can I buy a case of this

Asked by Dave October 29, 2020
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Answer

Please contact your local The Home Depot store for pricing and availability.

If I plan on painting the bricks anyway, would it be better to prime them before or after applyin...

Asked by Duncan October 14, 2020
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Answer

We recommend placing the QUIKRETE® Mortar Repair Sealant prior to painting the bricks. The Mortar Repair can be painted after 7 days with a water based paint, or after 28 days with an oil based or epoxy based paint.

Does this come in a red color?

Asked by RLL October 6, 2020
1
Answer

QUIKRETE® Mortar Repair is only available in the one color, although it can be painted once cured with acrylic based paints.

Can this be used to repair grout between bathtub and tile?

Asked by Ana September 5, 2020
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I suppose it could. This product a thick, almost rubbery material that would provide a waterproof seal for such an application. It does set fairly quickly; so, any forming or cleanup of edges would need to be done promptly.

Does it come in red

Asked by JIm August 12, 2020
2
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Not that we've used.

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 187 reviews
  • 61% recommend this product
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Glad i discovered this product !
This is not like the smooth gray stuff that sticks out like a sore thumb and looks just plain ugly. This is textured and matches great, best ive ever seen and is easy to apply. How it holds up to weather, age, etc, i don't know since i just used it recently. I put blue tape on the surrounding bricks to keep them clean, but its really not a messy product. When you first open the tube, a liquid will come out before you get to the sealant so be prepared for that.
by Gary
2 people found this helpful
First problem was it would not even come out of the tube. I ended up ripping the tube open to spr...
First problem was it would not even come out of the tube. I ended up ripping the tube open to spread it by hand. Second problem is there was black rocks in it......not sand......rocks. There is absolutely no way this is normal for mortar. It is also very dark compared to normal mortar. Now I have to rip it out and start over with a different product. This is a quality company but I think they had a manufacturing issue when they made this batch.
by tg
3 people found this helpful
Chinking a cabin is expensive. This product is the same ingredients only cheaper to chink a cabin...
Chinking a cabin is expensive. This product is the same ingredients only cheaper to chink a cabin. Its like a concrete and caulking mix. And easy to install after a youtube intro to chinking a log home.:-)
by Jason
I was going to try a caulk instead of mortar to fill in the cut mortar joints on my chimney after...
I was going to try a caulk instead of mortar to fill in the cut mortar joints on my chimney after replacing the counter flashing. I used the Quikrete mortar repair as it seemed like it was made for this task - wrong. I thankfully only replaced 2 flashings and then stopped. The next day this stuff had a slightly dried skin with a soft gooey center. It has a very weird consistency: soft barely sticky chewing gum with gravel; maybe paper mâché and grit? I really don't get the purpose of this stuff. I scarped out this mess and decided to just go the traditional route and used mortar.
by Okra
4 people found this helpful
I'm a remodeling contractor and I've used this mortar caulk on numerous jobs and have always gott...
I'm a remodeling contractor and I've used this mortar caulk on numerous jobs and have always gotten pretty good results. I use this sealant for repairing 1 or 2 loose bricks and for tuck-point repairs. On all the projects that I have used this product on, I painted the surfaces afterwards, so matching the grout color has never been an issue. I would suggest that you go into this with realistic expectations when it comes to color. I see that a few reviewers have complained about color matching, but I'm not sure that this is realistic. Mortar has been manufactured in a wide variety of colors and brands over many years. Mortar colors can also fade over time depending on the age a location of the area that you are repairing. This product only comes in 1 or 2 color options. So there is virtually no way its going to be an exact match to the mortar color that you already have there. I also noticed that several reviewers used this product on floors with poor results. The instructions state that this product is for walls only. The instructions also state that this product should not be used in expansion joints. The product can be pretty stiff in the tube. I would recommend using a more heavy duty caulk gone to apply this product. A basic caulk gun may require too much pressure to make the caulk move down the tube, and therefore make it much harder to control once it does start to flow.
by Renos
14 people found this helpful
Liquid squirted from the opening as soon as I tried to dispense the mortar but no way would the a...
Liquid squirted from the opening as soon as I tried to dispense the mortar but no way would the actual material come out.. The effort used in the attempt was so great that it caused several cuts in the shaft of the new caulk gun.
by Chrissy
WORST product I have bought at Home Depot
Some reviews were good (5). Others were terrible (1). I figured the bad reviews hadn’t applied the stuff right. But i has some of the same experiences. I could use some bad language, but i want the review posted. Some mortar on my brick porch was loose or missing. I chiselled out the loose mortar. Power washed to get all dirt off. Dried for a couple of days. Then vacuumed before applying this stuff. I used 7 tubes. It went on beautifly. It even matched the mortar color. But it never hardened. It got a thin crust, but underneath was still a paste. A week later it rained, and washed large portions away. It still hadn’t hardened after a WEEK! Now I’m going to try to power off the rest and use some other product. I hope i can get the rest off, or I’ve ruined my porch. I have lots of photos, but the app only allows me to attach one.
by MARTIN
20 people found this helpful
Very disappointing. Turns out that the product is dark gray, as confirmed by Christopher of the m...
Very disappointing. Turns out that the product is dark gray, as confirmed by Christopher of the manufacturer's support staff. It will not match any mortar I have ever seen on any of our homes. Refer to photo - the product is around the box, and original mortar to the left. It is unfortunate that the product does not match the color on the tube. If you have light gray mortar, you're more likely to be happy with another product.
by JRHreviews
17 people found this helpful
OK but a little hard
OK but a little hard
by gdray44
Looks great - until it rained
I had a flagstone sidewalk with pieces of mortar missing that I wanted to repair and this seemed a convenient way to do the job. I am 79 years old so it took me three weeks to get the job done, but I was very pleased with the outcome. (See the bottom two images.) Throughout the whole project we had no rain. Returning home from shopping, the first rainy day, we had a disappointing surprise. (See the next two images.) The mortar repair had changed color to a stark white and also where I had wiped away the excess it could be seen & looked uneven and messy. After the sidewalk dried the repair looked as in the first images, but went white again with the next rain. I had repaired the walk myself with the intention of putting the house on the market in the near future. We are stymied now and don't know what to do about this unhappy situation.
by Ginotoo79
16 people found this helpful
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