Gator Patch Half Pallet (12 pails)

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Up to 1200 square feet of alligator asphalt patching to fill in gator cracks.

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Fix cracks the durable way!

Alligator cracks happen on even the most well-maintained asphalt surface, and Gator Patch is the best way to patch them. Choosing the half pallet means not needing to restock on alligator asphalt patch solution for a while.

Each pail of Gator Patch:

  • Fills alligator cracks and shallow holes in a single application
  • Covers up to 150 linear feet of cracks or 80-100 sq. ft. for patching
  • Provides a like-new finish
  • Delays asphalt replacement

Alligator cracks and shallow holes are a problem, especially in high-traffic areas. Unfortunately, shutting down work for asphalt repairs is not always viable. Using Gator Patch, clients can be running again in under six hours with a repair that lasts years.

Each bucket of Gator Patch can cover 150 linear feet of half-inch alligator cracks or up to 80 to 100 sq. ft. for patching. That’s superior coverage for clients and easy application for crews. With very little expertise, every alligator asphalt patch can be a professional-grade patch.

To apply, crews should clean out the alligator cracks as much as possible. Then the Gator Patch requires mixing according to the instructions. This alligator asphalt patch is applied with squeegees instead of a machine to account for its viscosity.

Once applied, Gator Patch needs between two and four hours of dry time in favorable conditions. Ideally, the day is not below 50 degrees Fahrenheit, nor does the forecast call for rain. Crews should cordon the area to prevent accidental traffic during the initial dry time.

Like many products, Gator Patch can be walked on well before it fully cures. Complete bonding and curing take up to 48 hours, depending on the environmental conditions. That’s better than regular crack filler in some situations.

Alligator asphalt patch is highly practical. Not sure how much patch you need? Call the experienced Asphalt Kingdom team at 1-866-399-5562 for advice. That advice is always free, and Asphalt Kingdom is committed to understanding the specific situation for every customer.

Note: Additional shipping charges may apply for rural areas.

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Specification
Shipping Dimension 48" x 36" x 48"
Shipping Weight 750 lbs
ColorBlack
OdorBland asphaltic
Weight per gallon @ 77°F. ASTM D1010, (lbs)9.60 ± 0.20
Nonvolatile %, ASTM D293970.00 - 72.00
Viscosity @ 77°F, ASTM D562 (Kreb's Stormer Unit)125 min.
Penetration (0.1 mm), ASTM D5Pass
Resistance to water, ASTM D2939No blistering, no re-emulsification
Ductility, 77°F 5 cm/min. cm., ASTM D113Pass
FlammabilityNon-flammable
Shelf Life (yrs)1-2
Cure TimeDries for traffic in 2-4 hours in normal conditions; Cures completely in 24 hours.
Minimum Application Temperature+50°F (DO NOT apply when rain or frost is forecast within 12 hours)
ApplicationCold applied with squeegee
Clean-upWater and soap. Use solvent for dried material.
NoteCoverage up to 20 sq. ft. for patching alligatoring areas and up to 150 linear feet of 1/2" x 1/2" depth cracks per gallon. (Coverage will vary, depending on size and frequency of cracks in alligatored areas." A second application of Gator Patch will give cosmetic benefits in terms of smooth, consistent appearance and virtually hiding the outline of the cracks in the alligatored areas.
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Customer Questions
How long does it take Gator Patch to dry when it's 60°F?
At that temperature, expect it to dry in 3-4 hours. It will continue to cure for another 24-48 hours, after which time you can sealcoat over it to help with durability.
Can I use Gator Patch to cover my whole driveway?
Gator Patch is just a patch, not a resurfacer. It is designed to patch areas with cracks up to 1" deep. You would save money if you use Gator Patch on alligator cracks then sealcoat everywhere else.
Can I put down sealer before gator patch? Do I need to seal the area treated with Gator Patch?
You can put them down in either order; however if you put the Gator Patch down first and then sealcoat over top of it for a more uniform finish.
How much Gator Patch should I apply?
It's like peanut butter on toast: you want a layer that covers pavement and seeps into the cracks, but not so thick that it's all Gator Patch and no pavement. The longer your strokes, the more visually appealing it will be when it dries. Use a hard trowel or a stiff squeegee to smooth it on evenly.
Can I use Gator Patch to fill linear cracks at the same time?
Rubberized Hot Pour Filler is a better solution for this problem because it has better expansion properties due to its higher rubber content. Rubber crack filler will expand and contract with heat and cold; Gator Patch does not have the same flexibility, so using it to fill cracks could allow moisture to seep into your asphalt's foundation.
How deep of a depression can Gator-Patch fill? I have some areas on my drive up to 3/4 inch deep from my car tires, will Gator-Patch fill these ok?
Rubberized Hot Pour Filler is a better solution for this problem because it has better expansion properties due to its higher rubber content. Rubber crack filler will expand and contract with heat and cold; Gator Patch does not have the same flexibility, so using it to fill cracks could allow moisture to seep into your asphalt's foundation.
Do I need a bonding agent?
If your pavement is extremely oxidized (meaning it is no longer black and is instead quite grey) it will need to be primed so that the gator patch sticks properly. If it's just regular black pavement, not too oxidized, then no bonding agent is needed.
How long can I keep unopened Gator Patch? Will it freeze if stored during the winter season?
Usually, you can keep unopened Gator Patch up to 2 years. After that long of a period, you have to mix it thoroughly. Ideally, store the Gator Patch around 50°F and not below 32°F as the product would freeze and would be no good.
Is it possible to apply Gator Patch on a dried new sealer job and then seal it again on top?
Yes, but allow a significant length of time for the fresh gator layer to harden before applying the new sealant.
What causes the Gator Patch to cure slowly over the course of a week?

Gator Patch is temperature-sensitive. When it is extremely hot, it reacts slower to cure as the humidity plays a major factor in the curing process. The heat also softens the gator film and tire marks will be present. After it cools down, the Gator Patch will harden.

Even with the hot weather, the Gator Patch will continue to absorb moisture from rain, and humidity for a short period of time.

We do not recommend applying the Gator Patch when there is a chance of rain as the asphalt will be wet and/or the temperature will be below 50°F.

Another factor is if the Gator Patch applied is thicker than the required specifications, it will also contribute to the slow cure time. It should be applied in multiple layers, as needed, to ensure that it dries and cures as quickly as possible.

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