When you get your driveway redone, you pay close attention to any cracks that may start to form. While you can put liquid crack-fillers in, they’re not always going to completely fix it. If you’ve ever used duct tape to fix something, you know how insanely useful it can be in a variety of situations, and will keep working for years to come.
It’s not necessarily wise to put that on your driveway to fix a crack, but you can use something close to it to work just as well. This Asphalt Driveway Repair is an asphalt-saturated polypropylene fabric that only needs to be cut and applied to the crack in temperatures above 50 degrees Fahrenheit, and it will immediately be safe to walk on or drive over. This can also be seal-coated if you’d like.
Paying $12.99 will get you a 6×9” roll for whatever may arise. Mother Nature is always going to find a way to slowly but surely break up concrete and black top, so the most that can be done is to keep reapplying a filler when cracks appear. This is supposed to be just as useful as the liquid crack filler, but could also be used for covering up wires you want to run across a driveway for lighting, pet fences, or outdoor gizmos.
Available for purchase on Skymall