A common question that homeowners have is, “What’s the best concrete crack filler?” The answer depends on how wide the crack is and if it is moving.
For cracks up to a half-inch wide on horizontal surfaces, Quikrete Crack Seal is the easiest solution.
You simply pour the latex repair liquid into the groove, where it dries to the natural color of concrete. Because it’s liquid, it’s self-leveling.
For horizontal and vertical applications, Quikrete Advanced Polymer Concrete Crack Sealant is a good fit.
It is applied from a caulk tube and it seals and waterproofs with a textured finish that blends right into concrete surfaces. It is tack-free in just 60 minutes while remaining flexible.
For deep cracks that aren’t moving, or hairline cracks, Quikrete FastSet Concrete Crack Repair is a good choice.
The fast-drying, two-part repair comes in a single cartridge with a low viscosity, so it penetrates deep into cracks, self-levels and is suitable for cracks from hairline to 1 inch wide.