EPOXY Patching System
Don’t let your curb appeal slip between the cracks. Epoxy Patch is a unique epoxy patching system designed to fill and resurface cracks, holes, and pits in a variety of surface types—not just concrete. Its ultra-strength patching formula is easy to use and even works under the most extreme weather conditions including rain. You can even feather-edge the mortar for the perfect finish.
- FILL AND RESURFACE CRACKS AND HOLES. Cracks crippling your curb appeal? Use our revolutionary Epoxy Patch system to fill cracks, holes, and pits inside or outside of your home or business.
- USE ON MORE THAN JUST PAVEMENT. Epoxy Patch bonds to cracked concrete, asphalt, wood, metal, wood, and other surfaces prone to cracking and spalling. Fill cracks in garage floors, basement floors, driveways, wooden beams, brick walls, etc.
- COMES WITH STRONG MIXING AGENTS. Epoxy Patch comes with all three components required to create a strong & dense formula (resin, hardener, and aggregate). Delivered in a sturdy plastic pail. A 50lb. pail covers 10-15 sq. ft. & 25lb. pail covers 5 to 8 sq. ft.
- USEFUL FOR ANCHORING EQUIPMENT. Use Epoxy Patch to anchor posts and signs. Epoxy Patch forms a paste-like substance that is 100% waterproof and starts to harden in about an hour after application.
Use epoxy to fill cracks in:
How do cracks form?
Rain or snow seeps into the pavement, often through small cracks in the road surface, and saturates the sub-base and soil below.
During cold spells, the moisture freezes and the ground expands, pushing up and breaking the road surface.
When temperatures rise, the ground contracts to its normal level, but the fractured and raised road surface is weakened by the cavity and the ground below.
This damaged road surface cannot support the weight of passing vehicles and begins to break down and collapse into the hollow space.
Everything you need for the mixture is right in the pail. Combine parts labeled A & B in the container for three minutes. Then add the aggregate in small amounts until the combined material is moist and easy to spread. This can be done by hand with a mixing stick or with an electric drill mixer.
And just like that, you have the perfect concoction for repairs and anchoring equipment, including posts and signs.
For best results:
Before you apply any of the epoxy mix, wash the surface to clear loose aggregate, dust, dirt, grease and oil. Once you create the mix, trowel it into and over any cracks, holes or pits in the surface.