driveway sealer


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Old 06-22-10, 12:39 PM
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driveway sealer

I read some previous posts about sealing a driveway but I didn't see the answer to my question. Is it better to use the sealer you buys in 5-gallon drums or to get a firm that sprays the sealer on the driveway? Is the type that is sprayed on too thin to be effective?
 
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Old 06-22-10, 02:04 PM
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Spraying on the sealer doesn't do much more than color the asphalt unless the sealer is also worked in with a squeegee.
 
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Old 06-24-10, 05:08 AM
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we spray - 2 thin coats are better than 1 - we get better material coverage & longer life of the sealcoat - & we're not dickin' around all day w/guys everywhere,,, that being said, we also use squeegees,,, IF its your own driveway, you can use squeegee & broome.

bulk sealer is better than 5gal pails BECAUSE the emulsion hasn't settled into its components,,, HOWEVER, if the avg h/o stirred the pails enough, that'd be the same mtl.
 
 

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