Welcome To Crack Stix

Crack•Stix® is THE ONLY permanent solution for concrete (and blacktop) joint and crack repair. No longer do you need a crew to get professional results. Crack•Stix® carries a lifetime guarantee and meets or exceeds ASTM C920-11 Standard Specification for elastomeric sealants, Type S, T1 for pedestrians and vehicular traffic. It is paintable with Acrylic, latex or epoxy coatings.

Just like it’s blacktop version Crack•Stix® that has been in the marketplace since 1999, the gray version will protect your concrete, beautify it and prevent slip, trip and fall accidents (It will also adhere to faded blacktop for those of you that do not want the contrast of black crack filler to faded blacktop). The product contains NO VOC’s and is very easy to apply: Clean out the crack, pack the Crack•Stix® in the joint or crack and heat it. Traffic Ready in 20 minutes.  

Crack•Stix® comes in two diameters: ½" (125ft) and ¼" (225ft) and is also now available in our NEW 500ft and 1000ft spools (both ½" and ¼") for contractors! Please visit our shop to learn more about the spools (they are only available on THIS website!) as well as our new CSX 1000 PRO Melt Torch (you can click HERE to view the PRO Melt Torch in action!). We ship throughout the US and worldwide.

Please take a look at a recent article from About.com: "Crack Stix®: A Unique Concrete Joint Repair Product" or if you'd like to see a recent video we received from a customer working on his pool deck click here! Gray Crackstix also works as a GREAT binder for concrete pavers / paver blocks.  It sets immediately and isn't weather sensitive (can be done year round - sorry Liquid Nails): Check out the video by clicking here!

It's EASY: Clean out crack, put in the Crackstix and melt.  Even though we offer both 1/4" and 1/2" remember - you can either stretch them out to make them thinner or double them over to make them wider! For deep cracks just lay in some stone dust, sand or even closed cell backer rod first!

Why is it better than the tube based products? If the product sinks or loses bond you simply re-heat or put more in and re-heat.  There is no need to scrape out.

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