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Cold Canadian winters and humid summers can be tough on asphalt- it's time to repair any cracks that the seasons may have left behind.
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
Check the weather - aim for a dry day over 5 degrees.
Double check the label as application temperatures may vary.
Use a broom or wire brush to to clean all the dirt out of the cracks.
Grab a can of Asphalt Driveway Crack Filler.
Read all the warning labels.
Place your finger on the cap and shake well.
Approximately 2 minutes.
Cut the spout tip to the desired width.
Ensure the spout width is smaller than the crack.
Squeeze the Asphalt Driveway Crack Filler into the cracks.
If the crack is 1/4 inch or less in width/depth, only one application is necessary.
If the crack is deeper than ¼ inch, squeeze a first application of asphalt driveway crack filler.
Then, add fine sand to a 1/4 inch from the surface - then add another layer of crack filler to top it off.
Add another layer of crack filler to top it off.
Use a generous helping of the crack filler, overfilling each crack to allow the filler to sink in.
Let the crack filler sit for at least a day before you walk or drive on the repaired areas.