Is it possible to repair cracks in a concrete driveway or must the entire driveway be replaced? Driveway is double car + wide and about 30 feet long. Cracks run all the way across and full length. Also, at the street the concrete is broken up and flaking.
Hi elcid, I just saw this in the new (July 2000) issue of Popular Mechanics. A new product called "EZ Street Cold Asphalt Pothole Patch", it's stated that it's ready to use, no mixing, and can handle traffic immediately, and it goes for $12 for a 35lb bag. Susposedly it can be found at hardware stores and home centers. From what PM wrote about it, I say it's made for just your situation. I didn't see any website for them, but here's their phone number if you want to inquire (800-734-1476). Hope this helps!
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