If your asphalt or tarmac has a crack, then you need Drive Fix to stop water getting in and turning a little crack into a big pothole.
- Strong enough to drive a car over
- Sets in as little as 2-4 hours depending on the size of the crack and the temperature
- Stops a small problem turning into a big one
- Long lasting, hard wearing, yet so easy to apply
- After it has set, apply Tarmac Reviver for that ‘new drive’ look
- Suitable for outdoors only
- Spouted can (1 litre)
These products are available on our website and can be shipped with your order for Drive Fix - Asphalt Crack Repair so you can get the job done quickly.
Drive Fix is available in 2.5 litre containers.
Instructions for use
It’s easy to ignore a crack in your asphalt and think “I’ll get round to that at some point”, but what starts off as a small problem can very quickly become a big one if not dealt with sooner rather than later. That’s where Drive Fix, asphalt crack filler, comes into its own! Drive Fix, a rubberised, bitumen based product, is the easy and most cost effective way to fill cracks in asphalt and tarmac.
Cracks are a problem at the best of times, but this is made much worse as soon as winter sets in. Water will seep into the crack, freeze and it will rapidly deterioriate. So why not use Drive Fix and stop it from happening in the first place?!
Scrape out any loose asphalt and general dirt from the crack you want to fix.
It is so easy to apply.
For smaller cracks up to 3mm: pour the mixture into a can with a spout, then pour that into the cracked asphalt. If you don’t have a suitable can, use an old tin, squashed one side to form a ‘pouring point’.
For larger cracks between 3-25mm: mix Drive Fix with a 50:50 mix of dry sand for a better finish.
2-4 hours up to 5mm wide, or 6-10 hours up to 25mm at 15°C-20°C. Do not apply at temperatures less than 5°C.
2.5 litres fills 50m of 5mm wide x 5mm deep cracks.
What else do I need to know?
Don’t use at temperatures below 5°C.
The shelf life of Drive Fix, if unopened, is one year. Do not allow to freeze.
Disposal and Safety information
Please see the Material Safety Data Sheet.