|Name||29 oz. Self-Leveling Sealant Gray||10.1 oz. Concrete Gap Sealant||10.1 fl. oz. AnchorFix-1 Anchoring Adhesive|
|Drying Time (hours)||2||1/2||1/2|
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I've been using this product for 30 year sand I cant tell you . My suggestion is to buy several tubes and return what you don't use, The 28oz tubes go along way. You did not state the length of the gap????
Thank you for your question. For a 29oz cartridge filling a 1/2" wide by 1/4" joint, the approximate coverage is 34.9 linear feet.
I have used it, just fill the crevasse with clean dry sand to a depth of about 1/2" and thoroughly wire brush the concrete and remove the dust. Any moisture will cause bubbles. Surface must be dey, Dries to cure in+ 24 hours. Go slow to fill and have newspaper to set the calking gun on. Paint thinner clean up.
Thank you for your question. It would be best to remove and replace the existing sealant before the application of Sikaflex Self Leveling Sealant.
I used it on an angle around 12-15 degrees and I had some run out. 8 degrees might be OK but I wouldn't apply it when is was hot outside.
Seems to be. I have used it for 30 years. Holds up well but eventually lights in sun.
Yes I am sure that it will. It will bond to anything. Filling small cracks will be a chore - as this can be a very messy material - and difficult to clean up. Make sure that you have cleaning supplies and plenty of rags - and use a VERY small hole in your tube - and take your time to ensure minimal material is used.
Absolutely NOT. It is way too runny for that.
How long to dry. Depends on the depth or thickness of the application. Most likely 24-48 hours after the application. Longer if the product is deeper or thicker & even longer then that if the humidly is high.