Model # 91065

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Store SKU #388242

Sikaflex 10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant
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Sikaflex

10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant

  • Easy application that requires no tooling
  • Elasticity allows for natural joint movement
  • Strong and durable providing long term results
$697 /each
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Product Overview

  • Easy application that requires no tooling
  • Elasticity allows for natural joint movement
  • Strong and durable providing long term results
Sikaflex 10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant is a single component, self-leveling, premium-grade polyurethane sealant with an accelerated curing capacity. Seals horizontal expansion joints in concrete and cementitious slabs. No tooling required saves time and money.
  • Flexible to allow joint movement
  • Resists cracking and shrinking
  • Able to bridge gaps up to 2 in. wide
  • Water immersible after cure

Product Overview

  • Easy application that requires no tooling
  • Elasticity allows for natural joint movement
  • Strong and durable providing long term results
Model #: 91065
Sku #: 388242
Internet #: 202527281

Sikaflex 10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant is a single component, self-leveling, premium-grade polyurethane sealant with an accelerated curing capacity. Seals horizontal expansion joints in concrete and cementitious slabs. No tooling required saves time and money.

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  • Flexible to allow joint movement
  • Resists cracking and shrinking
  • Able to bridge gaps up to 2 in. wide
  • Water immersible after cure

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Name 10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant 10.1 fl. oz. Crack Flex Sealant 10 fl. oz. Crack Sealant 10.1 fl. oz. Crack Flex Sealant
Brand Sikaflex Sikaflex Sikaflex Sikaflex
Ratings (25) (16) (28) (12)
Recommended Application Cement,Concrete,Masonry,Mortar Cement,Concrete,Masonry,Mortar Cement,Concrete,Masonry,Mortar Cement,Concrete,Masonry,Mortar
Product Type Sealant Sealant Sealant Sealant
Use Location Floor Floor Floor Floor
Drying Time (hours) 2 2 2 2
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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
10.1 oz.
Product Depth (in.)
1.85
Product Height (in.)
11.5
Product Length (in.)
1.85

Details

Color Family
Gray
Drying Time (hours)
2
Features
Crack Resistant,Paintable,Pre-Mixed,Self-Leveling,Stainable
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Product Type
Sealant
Product Weight (lb.)
1lb
Recommended Application
Cement,Concrete,Masonry,Mortar
Use Location
Floor

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One year from date of installation.

Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size
10.1 oz.
Product Depth (in.)
1.85
Product Height (in.)
11.5
Product Length (in.)
1.85

Details

Color Family
Gray
Drying Time (hours)
2
Features
Crack Resistant,Paintable,Pre-Mixed,Self-Leveling,Stainable
Interior/Exterior
Interior/Exterior
Product Type
Sealant
Product Weight (lb.)
1lb
Recommended Application
Cement,Concrete,Masonry,Mortar
Use Location
Floor

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
One year from date of installation.

Questions & Answers

my driveway has numerous cracks, (lots of them) all mostly 1/2 inch wide. Can i apply Sikaflex to...

my driveway has numerous cracks, (lots of them) all mostly 1/2 inch wide. Can i apply Sikaflex to the cracks? Sounds like its very strong, and I wouldn't mind having a few bumps here and there,I rather not have to open the cracks wider to fill them down. Also can i sand them after and make them a bit more even?
Asked by: Mikehere
Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, Sikaflex Self Leveling Sealant can be used in that application. You can also use Sikaflex Crack Flex which is textured to match concrete. The area must be 100% flat, as these are self leveling products. All the crack must be clean and sound. Do not use any chemicals to clean the cracks. The sealant has a 1/2" depth limitation, if the crack exceeds this, you will need backer rod. Sika 3/4" Backer Rod is the perfect size for 1/2" wide cracks/joints.
Answered by: Sika Retail Rep
Date published: 2018-05-09

Will this work if I intend to go over it with a Rust-Oleum Rock Solid garage floor covering

Asked by: Sparky1
Hello and thank you for your question. Sikaflex Self Leveling Sealant will take 3 to 5 days to cure (typically, can cure faster). Sika has found that oil, water, and rubber based paints work the best but testing is always recommended since there are so many different variations (paint a small area). Do not use paints which are silicone based paints or paints with high solvent content. Paint manufacturers should be contacted for compatibility recommendations. They would know the surfaces which are approved to bond to. Sikaflex Self Leveling Sealant is a 100% polyurethane sealant.
Answered by: Sika Retail Rep
Date published: 2018-01-16

Can I get this material in a tan color?

Asked by: Steve
If i choose to stain my concrete can this product be stained?
Answered by: NP
Date published: 2016-05-08

We had a few small/narrow cracks in our pool deck. Decided to use the Sika Pro Select Self-Leveli...

We had a few small/narrow cracks in our pool deck. Decided to use the Sika Pro Select Self-Leveling Sealant gray to take care of these areas. Waited 6-7 days to apply 2 coats of H&C Acryla-Deck with cool feel technology that was purchased at Sherwin Williams. My problem now is you can see every spot I used the Sikaflex!!! Since it has polyurethane in it I didn't apply a sealant over it before the deck cool sealer. Does this need a sealant applied prior to painting anything over it? Trying to fix this because it looks like crud to put it nicely. TIA
Asked by: Pooldeckbummer
Hello and thank you for your question. Sikaflex Self Leveling Sealant will take 3 to 5 days to cure (typically, can cure faster). Sika has found that oil, water, and rubber based paints/stains work the best. Testing is always recommended since there are so many different variations of paints/stains (paint/stain a small area). Do not use paints/stains which are silicone based or which have high solvent content. Paint/Stain manufacturers should be contacted for compatibility recommendations. They would know the surfaces which are approved to bond to. Sikaflex Self Leveling Sealant is a 100% polyurethane sealant.
Answered by: Sika Retail Rep
Date published: 2018-07-12
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Customer Reviews

10.1 fl. oz. Self-Leveling Sealant is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 25.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This worked great for me. Make sure you read the directions as the sealant is self leveling. It... This worked great for me. Make sure you read the directions as the sealant is self leveling. It comes out in a goo but melts into the crack. It is better to keep the area around the sealant free of debris for the first 24 hours as the sealant is a bit sticky After it cures it is wonderful.
Date published: 2018-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Use this to seal expansion joints in concrete (where two pads of concrete meet). Most of the time these gaps are about 1/4"-1/2" wide, and not too deep. Have used this product about 5 times now...Although it says to overfill the joint to allow for shrinkage, i find that under filling it is best, or else you will get some running out of the joint, and is a pain to clean up. So under filling is best. Also, no tooling or smoothing out needed like regular caulking/sealants - just move steadily side to side in joint, working your way back. Its like magic almost - levels itself! Avoid traffic for about 1 day min - remains tacky for a couple days.
Date published: 2012-02-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty good stuff I filled an 18 foot expansion joint in my concrete patio. The gap was pretty wide, so I bought the Sika backer rod, which covers a 3/4 inch gap. The sealant is pretty expensive, but HD stocked the 30 oz tubes, equivalent of 3 regular tubes, and these were priced at less than the price of 2 regulars. I found this to be a slow laborious process, and I spent hours longer than anticipated. Please!! don't get this stuff on your hands. Cleanup took a good chunk of the time doing the job. I bought three large tubes, and used them up. A pretty expensive filler. Overall, it looks good and I don't anticipate having to deal with it again.
Date published: 2014-10-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good but very free flowing Used to seal the concrete expansion joint on my driveway. Be aware that this product is very liquidy and will fall through on any parts of your joint if you don't use a backing rod. In my case the joint was too narrow to fit a backing rod so applied anyways only to find that it would drip through on parts that were porous or had any kind of gap. It's too bad that the product wasn't slightly more viscous. I ended up having to redo some sections after plugging the porous section with some old weather stripping that was narrow enough to fit. Looks good now. Just waiting for it to cure
Date published: 2018-03-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really works great but prep is everything... I have a large gap between our cement driveway and cement block foundation. The felt-like slabs of stuffing that the driveway contractor had installed were cracking and rotting out. My interior basement walls were beginning to show the effect of exterior moisture - tiny flakes, moisture, etc. So, being a librarian, I did extensive research on what to do. I learned that you MUST have a product that expands and contracts.Don't use flashing. Don't use caulk. And don't use that awful stuff that you have to melt with a propane torch. You must have 100% adhesion to both sides of the gap with an hourglass-shaped plug of sealant - that is, NO adherence to the ground. Ideally, 2x width to the center depth. My problem was that, although I stuffed the crack with backer rod(s) and had it perfectly arranged, the Sikaflex just flowed into any tiny hole and disappeared. So I bought clean sand and put that on top of the backer rod. I was scrupulous in preparation, and vacuumed the crack, brushed the sand away from the vertical edges, and made sure I had a good seal. I had to use 7 tubes for our 47' wall. The Sikaflex is the consistency of Elmer's glue - it just moves a little slower. We'll see how it works - I live in Michigan, and the crack is along the cold, wet north side of my house!
Date published: 2012-10-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from unimpressive product My first experience with this product/brand. Product is thin and is definitely for horizontal surfaces only [as per manufacturer's direction]. I was filling horizontal cracks in mortar joints between concrete pavers about 1/16" wide and the product initially filled the cracks but then flowed down into the crack leaving a very visible and still open joint that required a 2nd application to fill. The color is a light gray and does not correspond color wise to most cured concrete or untinted mortar joints. I added a light coating of darker gray mortar sand on the surface of the still wet bead that darkened the joint and helped hide a repair that was obvious from 10' away!. The manufacturer did not bother to put the cleanup info or what the product solvent was on their labeling! I had no idea how to clean up the drips etc and had to go to the manufacturer's/Home Depot product information sheet to find out!
Date published: 2014-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good stuff I filled an expansion joint with it and did a good job. If you add more on top of the first layer, it will blend in smoothly. Be aware though: it cures to a concave finish. Even though the liquid may look flat when fresh, the dried material is concave. I was able to put down 100% solids epoxy on top of it. I am planning to use it with backer rod on concrete driveway expansion joints also.
Date published: 2012-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This stuff works! I have a shuffle board court in my back yard, probably a remnant from the 60's. It had a number of hairline 8' cracks and one crack about 1/2 wide. I tried hydraulic cement, that just cracked again. I used this product on all of the cracks, let it sit in Florida winter weather (70's) for week and painted over the top. Can't even see the repairs. Now I have a large patio that looks great. Make sure you don't get product on your hands or clothes - buy some cheap plastic spatulas and when the job is done, toss them. Nice product.
Date published: 2014-12-08
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