Can I mix concrete and premium driveway sealer to form a strong but flexible patch?
Here’s the plan. If I take crack resistant cement mix and add acrylic fortifier to make a very thick concrete mix and then mix it with asphalt sealer (premium kind with polymers) in the ratio of two parts acrylic fortified concrete mix to one part driveway sealer, mix well and apply to the weaker parts of the blacktop that have either formed depressions or shallow potholes. Do you think this fix will provide the flexibility of acrylic and polymer asphalt and the strength of concrete. Has anyone tried this? How about re-sufacing the entire driveway with this mix (about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick)? Please let me know what you think.
Gary, thanks for sharing your experience. Would you be able to recommend the minimum thickness for the cold patch when using in depressed area? I have heard some say that 2 is minimum. Any experience with QPR brand cold path?
When you tried mixing the sealer and concrete, would you happen to know the proprtions that you used? I don’t mean to bother you, but if I can learn something from you experience, that would be great for me and for all users of this sight. I plan making a youtube video to share my experience with everyone, I’ll also post that information on yahoo answers as well. Thanks again.