Which sealer....gold star quality?

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Old 05-27-17, 01:41 PM
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Which sealer....gold star quality?

Asphalt sealer! Time for this again! think i will change my name and not do itWhat kind do you guys reccomend? I need 17 -5 gallon cans. I brought some last time -few years ago, and when it dried .You could see right where i swipped IT out- on the driveway{ wide curved streaks} thanks for helping me ahead of time bob s
 
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I've never done it, but the reviews on Gardner 4.75 Gal. Drive 5 Blacktop Driveway Filler/Sealer-7545-GA - The Home Depot seem to be good.
 
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Hate to say it but it sounds like application error. From what I've seen the cheap asphalt sealers look the same as the better ones when first applied but the cheaper ones tend to fade quicker.
 
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Longevity of sealer is a good idea at my age. Very Black ----is color i am looking for .This Home/Depot.......... sealers price is good.You say theres no difference in quality..or very little difference in quality?thanks bob s
 
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What I meant was initially they all look the same, the better ones should look better longer and seal longer [won't need to be redone as soon]
 
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so the more i pay per 5 gallons the better product i get in asphalt sealers?
 
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Generally the price is indicative of the quality. The higher priced sealer should hold up longer.
 
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thank you all for the tips. I have somethings to consider-before my purchase of sealer thanks much bob s
 
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