15 to 20 square feet per gallon based on surface roughness
Yes you can cover concrete with the product but it will peal if you don’t clean it very well with pressure washer and deep cleaning solutions. Concrete is very porous and in most cases any product used to seal concrete will peal over time, especially if it isn’t cleaned properly.
It depends how rough your driveway surface is, use the below as a guide: 90-100 SF per 5 gallon pail for a rougher surface. 100-120 SF per 5 gallon pail for a smooth surface. If you end up with a little extra you can always go over a rough area a second time to increase the longevity. Installing coats over a rough driveway will look the best and perform much longer.
It’s possible to level small dips and imperfections by using a straightedge and multiple lifts as necessary because the product may crack as it dries and another lift may be needed to fill those cracks. If the depression or dip is greater that 1/2 inch you may want to use MACMAT-AR for that area that needs leveling and then cover with T-MAT when dry. MACMAT-AR has a larger aggregate in it which will fill and level imperfections or rough pavement better.
I do not know. Call the manufacture
You should only apply this asphalt resurfacer when temperatures are 60 degrees Fahrenheit and rising for at least 24 hours after application.
No, This product wasn't designed to be placed on top of concrete
It is oil based
absolutely not use pli stix crack filler, no sealer will fix cracks
No use pli stix driveway crack filler. The product all ready has too much sand in it