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40P317 HE532074 UNSPSC # 31211504

Asphalt Resurfacer: 4.75 gal, 250 to 500 sq ft Coverage, 1 day Starts to Harden

  • Item # 40P317
  • Mfr. Model # HE532074
  • UNSPSC # 31211504
  • Catalog Page # 1631 1631
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Driveway Asphalt Resurfacer is a rubberized gel used to seal asphalt pavement surfaces and fill cracks up to 1/4"; the rubberized formula provides outstanding durability. Dries quickly to help reduce tracking. Resurfacer goes on dark brown, but dries to black.

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Asphalt Resurfacer: 4.75 gal, 250 to 500 sq ft Coverage, 1 day Starts to Harden

  • Item # 40P317
  • Mfr. Model # HE532074
  • UNSPSC # 31211504
  • Catalog Page # 1631 1631
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Driveway Asphalt Resurfacer is a rubberized gel used to seal asphalt pavement surfaces and fill cracks up to 1/4"; the rubberized formula provides outstanding durability. Dries quickly to help reduce tracking. Resurfacer goes on dark brown, but dries to black.

Technical Specs

  • Item - Cleaners and Sealers Sealer
  • VOC 50 g/L
  • Coverage 250 to 500 sq ft
  • Flash Point 212 Degrees F
  • Container Style Pail
  • Container Size 4.75 gal
  • Dry Time Recoat 4 hr
  • Starts to Harden 1 day
  • Full Cure Time 1 to 2 day
  • For Use On Surface Material Asphalt
  • Application Driveway asphalt resurfacer
  • For Use With Blacktop pavements
  • Characteristics "stir gel" formula applies easily, cracks in asphalt driveways, dries quickly, driveway asphalt resurfacer covers 250 -500 sq ft, durability, featuring a 7 times rubberized formulation for long life, fills, reduces tracking, seals rough surfaces
  • Color Black

Driveway Asphalt Resurfacer is a rubberized gel used to seal asphalt pavement surfaces and fill cracks up to 1/4"; the rubberized formula provides outstanding durability. Dries quickly to help reduce tracking. Resurfacer goes on dark brown, but dries to black.

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