Crack•Stix® – The ONLY permanent concrete or asphalt crack & joint filler.

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When Concrete is Cold...

When filling concrete cracks or joints in cold temperatures we recommend pre-heating the concrete.
When applying Crack stix in cooler temps, I find it best to pre-heat concrete or even asphalt to ensure it is dry and free of moisture.  If you fail to do this, especially with… http://crackstix.com/blog/2015/02/when-concrete-cold/

Pool Decks!

Most caulks used in concrete pool joints are NOT chlorine resistant...but Crack Stix is!
  It is important to remember that it's not just your pool and pool deck that need to be maintained but the joints do as well! From both a safety and an aesthetic standpoint… http://crackstix.com/blog/2015/02/pool-decks/

Do I seal over the repair?

When using the black version of Crackstix on blacktop you don't have to seal over it ... but if you do here's a good tip!
In this photo you can see it's a commercial application so it most likely will not be sealed over. However, on residential applications it is not necessary to go over the produ… http://crackstix.com/blog/2015/02/do-i-seal-over-repair/

Crack Stix: The ONLY Permanent Concrete or Blacktop Crack Filler

For years you have used a polyurethane based caulk that lasted for a year or two and then opened up. Your only solution was to take a lot of time and scrape out that filler and replace. NOT anymore! Blacktop or concrete horizontal joints and cracks - …
Crack Stix permanent crack and joint filler will exhibit superior low temperature ductility, weather resistance, low oxidation breakdown and is non-tracking. It is the only sea… http://crackstix.com/blog/2015/02/permanent-crack-filler/

Filling Deep Concrete Joints & Cracks

Don't forget that deep cracks and joints need one extra step of preparation: backfilling! You can use a 'hot' backer rod or sand ... read more for details.
    For concrete joints and cracks deeper than 1/2" we recommend filling that gap with stone dust or sand first -- leaving 1/2"exposed for the product.  You can also us… http://crackstix.com/blog/2015/02/filling-large-concrete-joints/