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7 lb. Driveway Crack Sealer and Refill Kit

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  • Easy-pour spout enables convenient sealing of cracks
  • Stainless steel clamp allows for safe operation
  • Lightweight metal container ensures ease of use
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About This Product

Professional home-use driveway crack sealer and refill kit. This kit includes 2 cans of crack sealer, an easy-pour spout and stainless steel clamp. U-seal USA's driveway crack sealer and refill kit will give you the professional outcome without the price.

Highlights

  • Commercial grade product now for homeowners
  • Easy-pour spout allows crack sealing to be easy, quick and accurate, stainless steel clamp ensures safe and secure operation while the reusable metal container is light-weight and easy to manage
  • Dries quickly
  • Extends pavement life up to 50%
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Product Information

Internet # 203641650

Model # 68120

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

6.7 in

Product Height (in.)

8.82 in

Product Length (in.)

12.63 in

Details

Color Family

Black

Drying Time (hours)

1/3

Repair Type

Crack Filler

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

2 Year Manufacturer Warranty

Questions & Answers

6Questions
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Q:Can this product be melted using a blow torch?
by|Mar 13, 2020
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A:  I don't think so I used a propane camping stove it worked great, its takes a bit to get it melted.

by|Jun 6, 2022
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    A:  You can use a blow torch to smooth it out once in place but don't think you can heat it up in the can with a blow torch. I placed the can directly on the burner of my gas grill and it took ~15-20 minutes to get totally hot and melted.

    by|Jun 6, 2022
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      A:  Hi HoJo... It really takes a lot of heat and steady heat to melt this stuff. I have a burner that you can put a big pot on it for things like lobster boils which worked just make sure you do this outside not only for safety of spill but the smell as this stuff heats up. If you use a blow torch then I suggest a steady non-flammable surface or grate outside, keep the torch moving around the can and not not allow the torch to sit in one spot. Be careful, this stuff gets hot and will burn you bad. Wear long sleeves, goggles, heavy gloves, and a respirator. Plan on how you will move the hot material and pour it before you start, just grabbing it and pouring will not work. Prep the cracks you are filling before you start, once melted you have little time to do much other than fill. Again, safety first. Hope that helps.

      by|Jun 6, 2022
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      A:  Probably only if you were using the torch to heat the metal container in such a way to distribute the heat evenly over the bottom of the can. I use a propane cooking stove. Using a blow torch probably would be very dangerous.

      by|Jun 6, 2022
        1 found this answer helpful
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        Q:What burner is best for heating product? I am looking at camp stoves with 10-15k BTU rating.
        by|Oct 17, 2018
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        A:  I have a two burner camp stove I use I don't know what the BTU rating is but it works great.

        by|Oct 18, 2018

          A:  We used in fall season and used torch for rubber to melt and fill crack.

          by|Oct 18, 2018

            A:  A camping stove works great.

            by|Mar 13, 2020

              A:  Ozark Trail Single Burner 10,000 BTU Model 42627T works very well. I have used many quarts of sealer over the past few years to repair my driveway. The sealer works very well but you must be very careful with the preparation and application. I highly recommend the product for those who can use it properly.

              by|Oct 21, 2018

                A:  I use a turkey fryer burner, they are adjustable. I start with a large pot of water and put open can in the water and let it boil for an hour to soften it up thoroughly, if you have a large pot you can it in more than one can. Then I use tongs or something to put can over open burner on low.

                by|Oct 18, 2018

                A:  I am not sure about the BTU level but I use a little two burner camp stove to heat the crack sealer cans up. Takes a while but slow heat is much better than fast anyway as you need to "pop" the bubble that forms at the bottom of the can. Be sure to use long heavy gloves to pop the bubble. Probably takes a half hour to turn all of the sealer into liquid.

                by|Oct 18, 2018

                  A:  I used a Coleman 2000020931 One Burner Powerpack Stove rated at 7,500 BTU. Make sure you push down on the side of the sealer while heating to vent the bottom of the can - lots of pressure can build up.

                  by|Jul 19, 2019
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                    A:  We used a Bass Pro Turkey fryer that connects to a propane tank. the fryer burner is rated for 38,000 BTUs and it still took about 30 minutes to melt the rubber completely, constantly stirring.

                    by|Dec 24, 2018

                      A:  I used a standard green camping stove. Started with product sitting in pot if water, then transferred to direct heat. The key is a slow heat and complete mix/stir. It is a slow process. Works well.

                      by|Jun 6, 2022
                        3 found this answer helpful
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                        Q:how much coverage per kit ( of course width and depth of crack would greatly vary the linear footage )
                        by|Aug 26, 2018
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                        A:  I got about 30 feet of crack filler per can, medium crack. I originally bought on kit and then after using the product, bought a second kit. I have a driveway that holds about 5 cars. Had one larger crack that used a lot.

                        by|Jun 6, 2022
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                          A:  It took three cans to do my 30', triple-car driveway. It was old and needed lots of filler.

                          by|Oct 18, 2018

                            A:  I would say that my 7lbs kit applied thick delivered about 20-25 feet of crack filling but I have to say I had put cold patch in the inch wide cracks before I applied the sealer.

                            by|Apr 16, 2019

                              A:  That is an impossible qestion to answer, I had a crack that was deep enough and wide enough that I only got maybe 30' from a can, most cracks don't swallow it up like that. I like this stuff, I really do. Be carefull heating it up, I already had one small fire at burner (it is flammable) and it takes a really long time to heat up in just boiling water

                              by|May 6, 2023

                                A:  That is really dependent upon the width and depth of the crack. I found that one can would not go far with the average crack being about 1/4 to 1/2 inch deep and about the same in width. I actually started filling deeper cracks with some sand to get to the 1/4 or 1/2 inch depth. With that I could go maybe 10 to 15 feet. You want the sealer to go above the crack and overlap the edge. Be really careful as this stuff is hot. If you have a lot of cracks and deep I would suggest hiring a pro, if you have small or just a few cracks this will work but again be really careful as this is hot stuff, use a very thick pair of leather gloves and an outside burner. Just an FYI, a grill will not work, tried it. Hope that helps

                                by|Aug 23, 2022
                                caret
                                Q:How wide and how deep a crack can be filled with this product
                                by|Oct 4, 2016
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                                A:  This crack sealer doesn't go that far, so if your crack is deep and wide. I bought a can of asphalt trowel mix at Rural King that work well.

                                by|Mar 13, 2020

                                  A:  I did up to 1/4" or a little larger.

                                  by|Oct 18, 2018

                                    A:  They say 1/2 x 1/2 for how far the sealer will go, but I filled all sizes of cracks and the only deal is it uses more and won't cover as many Lft.

                                    by|Oct 17, 2018
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                                    Crack no more!
                                    Worked great, ensure the crack area is clean - wired brushed & vacuumed. Heated up on low flame on camp stove poured into the crack & flatten with a metal putty knife. Slightly smelly when heating but worth it, holds up Minnesota heat & cold.
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                                      Really seems to be holding up after some early temperatures...
                                      Really seems to be holding up after some early temperatures below freezing. Real test will come with the coming winter. Other products like cold elastomeric-like caulk has already cracked. There is a little learning curve on how far to pour and still be able to smooth out the hot sealer before it starts to cool.
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                                      Ok I've read most of the reviews and for all the people who say the plastic pourer is broken, it ...
                                      Ok I've read most of the reviews and for all the people who say the plastic pourer is broken, it is not, the plastic is intentionally split for it to easily fit the can with the supplied air craft clamp. I purchased the Coleman classic 2-burner propane stove which has 2 10k burners. I read a review which said a 8"x6" duct reducer would reduce heat loss and decrease burner melt time. This was spot on as I completely melted 4 cans on a 1 lb camping stove propane tank. Timing to melt was 20-25 minutes. I used a regular paint stirrer and didn't break it, why?? because I pushed straight down around the edges as instructed. I rocked the stirrer side to side pushing straight down on the sides till I released the pressure as it starts to melt. I did not pull on it on the thick side I rocked it on the thin side which is much stronger. Once it melted enough where it completely covers the hardened rubber you are home free and now you just work on the interior blob still pushing straight down. Once melted I used a 10" spackling knife, which I duct taped to a 6 foot pole ( mop or paint stick). This allowed me to pour with my left hand and smooth with the spackling knife in my right. I have to say this rubber is exactly what professionals use so as long as you apply right it should last as compared to all the other solutions which seem to crack, split and freeze the joint and hence increase the crack size, so the next year you are doing crack repair again. I really like this stuff and now I have the tools to keep protecting my driveway as new cracks appear. Sure beats the cost of a new drive way if you invest in the tools and do the job yourself. Hope this helps
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                                      I have used it successfully for a number of years to fill crack in my driveway. Highly recommended.
                                      I have used it successfully for a number of years to fill crack in my driveway. Highly recommended.
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                                      Quite a bit of work involved with the heating up...
                                      Quite a bit of work involved with the heating up to proper pour consistency and pretty messy but it seems to be fine in the end. If you read and follow the directions it will make it the easiest to do. I used a propane camping burner and it worked fine.
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                                      Difficult to work with. Dangerous with open flame, product...
                                      Difficult to work with. Dangerous with open flame, product can blaze. Application is difficult.
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