DAP Liquid Cement Crack Filler
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DAP Liquid Cement Crack Filler is a ready-to-use mixture ideal for repairing horizontal cracks in concrete. Easy to use, just shake and pour. It is self-leveling and dries gray to match most existing concrete. Repairs are ready for traffic in 30-45 minutes. Interior/exterior use.
Features & Benefits
- Repairs cracks and surface defects in concrete
- 30 to 45 min traffic ready
- Interior and exterior use
- Easy to use, ready-mixed formula
Made in the U.S.
It is ideal for filling and repairing concrete and cement cracks:
- Do not use if the temperature is below 45°F (7°C), or if rain is likely. Keep product from freezing. Always wear rubber gloves and eye protection.
- Clean all foreign material from crack. Liquid Cement must be applied to a clean, dry and sound surface.
- Shake Liquid Cement bottle prior to opening and before each use to ensure consistent mixture. Bottle nozzle should be snipped with scissors to initially open. (The product will flow faster if the bottle is set into hot water for 10 minutes prior to use in cooler temperature conditions).
- Fill crack in ¼ inch layers allowing at least 24 hours between applications.
- For very thin cracks, Liquid Cement may be "pressed" or troweled flat into and around the crack.
- Product may be painted with latex or oil-based paints.
DAP Liquid Cement Crack Filler
- Consistency: Dry powder
- Base Polymer: Advanced acrylic polymer
- Shelf Life: 3 years
- Country of Origin: United States
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.
Liquid Cement Standard sizes
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32.0 fl. oz.
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UPC = 070798375840
Single Item (1-5 Items)
1 - 2 Cases (6-17 Items)
3 - 4 Cases (18-29 Items)
5+ Cases (>= 30 Items)
a 7% discount
a 8% discount
a 9% discount
Question & Answers
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