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Old 08-26-2014, 10:12 PM
PGHSEALER PGHSEALER is online now
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QPR 6690 hot tar crack filler from Lowes

I just wanted to see if anyone ever used this crack filler before and what your thoughts are on the quality of the product. It's a lot cheaper than the other products I have been using. If I buy 10 boxes I can get it for $37 a box compared to almost $50 a box of Crackmaster from sealmaster.

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Old 08-26-2014, 10:27 PM
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I will tell you a tip from someone(me) that used to work with this company.
They sell good products; that is geared for that semi pro quality at a reduced price.
I have used their products for crack filling. The gray and the black.
Both is made for homeowner use and not necessarily from pro quality product usage.
Both shrinks or splits from the surface.
I use SL-1 for concrete cracks and quality sealers from Lansing Com.
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Old 12-22-2014, 10:41 AM
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The rubber lowes sells is a good quality, but price is not that great. You can get much better pricing from your sealcoating suppliers by the skid.we pay about 28 per 50 pound box by the semi load for parkinglot rubber.
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Buy 54 boxes and get a free melter thats what we do. Well at least the lowes in my area have that offer. we get it at 37 dollars per box for 54 boxes thats 1998.00 (plus taxes of course) but if you add the free melter we get. Average price for a melter (New) is 800-1100 dollars (800 dollars being a home made or small business made melter) 1100 is what you would pay at seal master. So lets say this subtract 1000 from 2200.00 you have 1200.00 for 54 boxes thats about 22.22 A BOX. thats a nice deal. Plus you can always sell the melters if you have to many and use that money for another 54 boxes. We do that alot. And the melters are good quality. It comes with torch and regulator for gas tank. Be careful because you can only buy one per company name. So what we do we buy under our names not the business name. So it helps having a big family 😉😅
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Old Yesterday, 11:47 AM
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how do you like the rubber itself? how does it differ from sea ma ect? it says not to park on it or it might pull some up, have you had any trouble with that? can you put sand on top? the price is good, i think i might try a box. thanks.
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Old Yesterday, 04:39 PM
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I've used it. Not bad. I do however prefer to spend the extra money on Crack master supreme. Maybe it's just me but I think it doesn't flow from my MA 10 as well as other products do.
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