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Yes it is. But it will also "run" on a steeply sloped driveway. Meaning that it will have a tendency to level itself unevenly if the driveway has a steep grade.
I don't believe you'll have a problem with this crack filler item, as it's kind of like a liquid, so it should fill in the whole crack nicely. Our cracks are about 2" deep and it filled in a-okay. Was dry by the next day, just before it rained.
It shouldn’t harden if it’s not open. If that were the case they wouldn’t be able to stock them at the store.
No, this cannot be used for expansion joints. You will need to use a polyurethane caulk for those joints.
The liquid is quite thin and would likely flow out of cracks on a vertical surface.
I don't see why not. I used it on the concrete deck that holds my hot tub.
That would depend on the temperature, humidity, and how thick it was applied. Usually no more than a day. But check it to be sure.
To prevent water seeping, there are other products such as Leak sealants.
Yes. Apply a first coat to allow the product to sink into the cracks. After drying apply final coat even with the driveway.