Repairing and Sealing Cracks in Concrete

Tube of QUIKRETE Concrete Repair Caulk

QUIKRETE Concrete Repair Caulk

Step 3: Choose Concrete Crack Repair Material

QUIKRETE repair caulk and sealant options for cracks less than 1/2″ wide include:

QUIKRETE Concrete Repair Caulk: This water-based, sanded, acrylic caulk is designed to match the color and texture of the surrounding surface. It can be used on horizontal or vertical surfaces and dries to a firm, durable material.

Bottle of QUIKRETE Concrete Crack Seal

QUIKRETE Concrete Crack Seal

QUIKRETE Concrete Crack Seal: This ready to use, pourable, latex crack sealant blends with the natural color of concrete. It is intended for use on horizontal surfaces only.

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3 Comments on “Repairing and Sealing Cracks in Concrete”

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  • Kendall Everett Says:
    August 19th, 2016 at 4:47 pm

    The temperature can affect a lot of things, including concrete. If there are changes in temperatures across the season, it would be reasonable to expect some damage to the concrete. Checking the concrete before and after each season would be a good way to fix any cracks before it becomes serious.

  • carmen dunkerley Says:
    May 4th, 2015 at 1:59 am


    After filling in the cracks with the flexible sealant I used a colored sealer on my driveway. It has been down two years now it has not peeled off

  • Chris Says:
    November 11th, 2014 at 4:29 pm

    Is there an exterior type of paint to be used on an existing driveway after repairing the cracks?
    Your response will be appreciated.

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Repairing and Sealing Cracks in Concrete