I finished filling the hole, but it still looks terrible with all the cracks around it. I really am not sure if I can fix this problem. Any suggestions?
I decided to fill 3 pot holes for now. I just pressure washed it, then dumped 50 pounds of QPR, then smoothed it out with a board. Then ran over it with the car to smooth it out.
I had about 20 pounds of QPR after my other patch job. Pressure washed all the dirt out then dumped the black crap in. Ran over the crap with my car then done. Looks pretty good but I need a lot more QPR.
Not really sure what this stuff hardens to, but you can rub the stuff off. Maybe I should try another brand? It has been 7 days since it was installed.
I applied some of this QPR stuff today and pressed it down with a piece of 2×4. I hope this works because this would be a lot cheaper then using the crack filler.
Time to try something new like QPR Permanent pavement repair. It is a cold patcher so I could not purchase a flame thrower, which it no fun. I will need to try it tomorrow.
Well my Bucket Boss GateMouth Jr. Tool Bag started to rip and more importantly…. I was loading it with to many tool. (Maybe this was the reason for the ripping? 🙂 ) So I started looking for a replacement bag. I was looking at a Klein Tools canvas bag…. But I didn’t like the “moisture-resistant” wording …
I pressure washed again today and almost finished. I also decided to fill in this hole with some QPR where a meteoroid hit my lot. I guess I need more bags of QPR.
I wanted to try something new. I think the QPR Permanent pavement repair stuff needed to be tapped allot more then I did. Then the Black Jack Crack-Stop Elastic crack filler would cost too much to use that product. So, I am trying Latexite Trowel Patch which was reasonably priced. It is brown when you open it. I …