Answers to some Frequently Asked CrackStix Questions!

Answers to some Frequently Asked CrackStix Questions!

Answers to some Frequently Asked Questions

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DC Airports use Crackstix

Washington DC Airports use Crackstix on their sidewalks

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Gray version application tip

I am applying the gray and notice that is stays pliable in the heat. Is this normal?

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EXCELLENT PRODUCT!

EXCELLENT PRODUCT!

A recent review from a frequent user of the product...

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Large Crack Job? Try our SPOOLS!

Large Crack Job? Try our SPOOLS!

With many feet of cracks you may need to go into BULK mode!

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Curb Stop Joint Perfection

Curb Stop Joint Perfection

When asphalt meets concrete don't forget to seal it!

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Storage Facilities

Storage Facilities

Storage facilities across the country have found Crack Stix!

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When Concrete is Cold...

When Concrete is Cold...

When filling concrete cracks or joints in cold temperatures we recommend pre-heating the concrete.

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Pool Decks!

Pool Decks!

Most caulks used in concrete pool joints are NOT chlorine resistant...but Crack Stix is!

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Do I seal over the repair?

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!

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Crack Stix: The ONLY Permanent Concrete or Blacktop Crack Filler

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 - permanent solution.

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Filling Deep Concrete Joints & Cracks

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.

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