It has to be done just right! Sweep sweep sweep the dirt away on ANY driveway sealer! do it when it is not going to rain and do it when it is very sunny for a couple days! They used to sell these in tin buckets when I was able to set fire and heat them up. now they put them in plastic buckets. But if done right and let set for 3 days, this product works! do not use a roller! you can not get into cracks and crannies! SQEEGEE THIS ON and go back and forth and make sure your driveway is clean!!! it will not hold on dirt! it will crack and peal! so make sure it is very clean when applying! good luck!
Easy to apply and great coverage
I started with this product a few months ago but ran low, so this was to finish the double drive. Looks nice and it’s easy to work with.
Application was easy and after three weeks the driveway still looks great!
My wife and I are retired and have been married for over forty years. We learned early on that we could not work on projects together – couldn’t even paint a room together without cross words being exchanged. For the most part, I took are of everything outside and she was responsible for everything inside. We became best friends with all the tradesmen in the area and came to know them all on a first name basis. The arrangement worked, so why bother trying to fix something that wasn’t broken. We recently had a new driveway put in and to be sure it wasn’t cheap. So, we decided we wanted to protect our investment and have our new driveway sealed. I’m not exactly sure how or why we arrived
at the decision to do ourselves, but we did. Together, we watched video tapes on the internet of guys sealing their driveway. Piece of cake! We carefully measured the dimensions of the driveway, calculated the amount of sealant we would need, for two coats of course, and went to Home Depot and purchased eleven buckets of sealant and all the necessary accessories. In the end, it was hard work but we did it! The driveway looks great and we’re quite pleased with ourselves. We haven’t planned any more projects, yet, but you never know, Mike & Lucy