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Quikrete Concrete Crack Seal Natural Qt


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  • Quikrete #864000 Quart Concrete Crack Seal
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Quikrete Concrete Crack Seal Natural Qt + Dap 37584 Liquid Cement Crack Filler-Quart Bottle + M-D Building Products 71464 Backer Rod For Gaps and Joints, 3/8-by-20 Feet, Gray
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Technical Details
Part Number 864000
Item Weight3.7 pounds
Product Dimensions3.5 x 3.5 x 10 inches
Item model number8640-00
Item Package Quantity1
  
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ASINB000FCCZFQ
Best Sellers Rank #16,241 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableFebruary 17, 2007
  
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Product Description

A uniformly blended latex emulsion, specially designed to adhere to all concrete surfaces. Fill cracks in sidewalks, walkways, steps, patios, driveways, etc. No mixing is required, just pour directly from the bottle. Blends in with the natural gray color of concrete. Quart bottle.

Customer Reviews

They were slimy waste.
Dimitri
I've read here how some have found it to thick, but my experience has been the opposite.
Coolfire
This product is NOT recommended for expansion joint cracks.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By cell_user on October 27, 2010
I put this stuff down in the spring and it didn't even last till the end of summer. I did not adhere to the concrete at all. It broke apart in sticks and I've been cleaning it up ever since. I followed the directions explicitly and applied to the expansion cracks on my driveway. I just tried the Sikaflex and am already impressed with it. Time will see.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By William Sprite on September 24, 2012
It does indeed get clogged, you need to be ready to pull pieces out of the nozzle or (more preferably) take the nozzle off and punch the stuff back through with a small nail.
Very viscous, will seep through any hole too deep. Basically the consistency of ranch dressing.
Worked great for me, wanted to seal cracks in a walkway next to my house. Filled holes that were too large with sawdust and then applied the Quikrete, seemed to work.
I will make an addition to this review if it doesn't last through the winter (freeze thaw), but for now it seems like a good solution for to my problem.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Patrick K on September 1, 2013
I purchased this to fix several cracks in our driveway. After vigorously shaking the bottle and and even leaving it in the sun for a few hours to help it liquify, it either shot out all over the place, or it wouldn't come out at all. After several attempts at cleaning the nozzle on the bottle and trying to unclog it, we have finally given up. My wife and I will now spend the rest of our Labor Day weekend removing what didn't make it into the cracks in the driveway, so we can make another attempt with another product. Do not purchase this. It might be a great crack sealer, but we'll never know because of the terrible design of the bottle.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mark Coons on September 3, 2010
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I had a lot of cracks to fill and I tried every product I found. But this one was the best.

If filled wider cracks and the 1/4 inch cracks just fine. It is self leveling (which you'd think they all would be but they are not) and dries quickly.

So if your driveway has cracks in it that you need to seal up get Quikrete!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Justin M. Klotz on August 6, 2014
As most other reviewers have pointed out, the biggest problem is that it constantly clogs coming out of the bottle. You can be going along, nicely filling your crack, when all of a sudden the nozzle clogs. You give it a little squeeze to help it come along, causing a big nasty clump to come flying out, ruining your nice line. It's not really self-leveling like advertised and it is really, really sticky to clean up when you need to wipe up the mess you made unclogging the nozzle.
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By NCshopper on August 22, 2014
I have read all the other reviews and am baffled why people are having such a hard time with the consistency and clogging. I have so far used two bottles of this in my garage to fill the expansion joints and my driveway to seal cracks and fill expansion joints. First off, this is the easiest product I have ever used. I have had no issues with clogging and the consistency was perfect. It will pour out of the bottle by gravity alone or you can squeeze the bottle for a thicker bead. It is not watery at all. It levels very nicely. It is not sticky or messy at all. If I get a drip somewhere it shouldn't be I just wipe it up with my finger. If I rub my fingers together it just sort of dissolves unlike the Quikrete crack sealer in a caulking tube which is the most miserable, sticky stuff I have ever seen. This is supposed to be used on level surfaces, but I have used it on my steeply sloped driveway in the expansion joints and it even worked there. I used it in mid 80's weather which means with the sun beating down the surface was probably about 100 degrees plus. It seemed to form a skin very rapidly which kept it from running downhill. The only negative is that I have noticed the expansion joints which were filled not quite to the surface have developed cracks most likely due to shrinkage. The areas where I repaired cracks and filled to the top have not cracked. One suggestion I have for anyone using this product or any other sealer is to fill the crack/joint with play sand. Simply pour it in and then use a small hand broom to brush over the surface until you have the sand level approximately 1/4" from the top. This gives you a nice solid base for the sealer and you don't have to use as much.
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