The Serious Fix for Concrete Cracks.
Just say no to cracks.
Some concrete repair products are tough but do not stick, while others are flexible but do not last. Slab combines the durability, flexibility, and adhesion you need for lasting concrete crack repairs. This easy-to-apply, 100% acrylic latex water-based product is textured to simulate concrete so repairs blend in. Plus, Slab contains no isocyanates or solvents, which means it is easy on your nose and on your planet.
10.5oz – $10.99 USD
Sidewalks, driveways, expansion joints, garages, sheds, patios
Areas of water submersion, aquaseal®, kynar®, polypropylene, polyethylene, silicone, waxes
16210 – gray 10.5 oz
What is High Performance
We talk a lot about high performance around here, but what the heck makes a sealant or caulk high performance?
A sealant or caulk should be flexible, elastic, and adhesive. Many sealants are flexible, adhesive, or elastic. It is the combination of all three together that leads to high performance, meaning durability and longevity you can trust.
This is Why You Should Use Slab
Textured to look like concrete More Info
Cracks in concrete are unsightly. Filling them with Slab will minimize tripping hazards as well as restoring a finished look.
Sticks. Stretches. Stays More Info
The adhesion and elastic properties of Slab make for a durable combination.
Sticks like crazy to concrete More Info
It sticks. Really.
Super elastic More Info
Concrete patches will likely crack again. Slab flexes and stretches as the concrete shifts.
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Not sure which sealant, caulk, or other product is right for your job? Looking for the nearest location to buy products for your next home project? Don’t know exactly how to tackle your repair? We’re here to help.
Common Questions From Our Network of Pros
Slab is designed to stretch and be elastic. It will dry, but it takes some time (especially in high humidity/low temperature environments). If you need to drive on it, try putting something over it like a piece of plywood. (Those used to be easy to find, for the record).
No. There are other self-leveling options out there that we are happy to recommend to you if you give us a call. We find that a lot of cracks aren’t even. Slab is nice for those to bridge the gap smoothly.
Try using backer rod in there. It will save you money (because you have to use less sealant) and also serve as a “bond breaker” – increasing durability. Sand also works.