+ Asphalt tape to permanently repair cracks and joints
+ 2 in x 40 ft roll
+ Patent Pending formula forms strong bonds in cracks
+ Compatible with both asphalt and concrete surfaces
+ Ideal for driveway cracks, utility cuts, small potholes, concrete and asphalt joints, leaky roofs
+ Waterproofing for years to come
+ Traffic ready instantly
+ Free Expedited Shipping
Tar Tape is an innovative cold applied rubberized asphalt crack repair tape. No torch heating required. The 2 inch crack filler tape instantly seals the asphalt or concrete driveway cracks and creates a permanent bond, waterproofs, and preserves the pavement surface. Fine sand aggregates on top layer increase track. Tar Tape makes it easy to permanently repair or join asphalt, concrete, roofs, and sports surfaces. The crack fill is the same rubberized crack filler used on roads, highways, and airports.
If you are looking for the best asphalt crack filler you can look no further. Tar Tape will quickly and permanently repair asphalt and concrete cracks alike and prevent them from causing damage to your driveway, pavement, parking lot, tennis court, or roof. It works better and is easier to use than the Pli-Stix crack filler. You don't have to cut the crack filler rope into smaller pieces in order to fit in the cracks. And the self sealing formula is so stretchable and bonds strong with the cracks for decades to come. It is perfect for driveway and parking lot crack sealing applications prior to sealcoating. Give it a try and we guarantee you will love it!
Tar Tape will quickly and permanently repair cracks preventing them from causing damage to your driveway, pavement, parking lot, tennis court, or roof.
Peel and seal. Here's how:
Peel off protective backing. Lay the asphalt tape down over the crack/joint.
Once all the crack filler is in place apply pressure to increase adhesion. Use your hand, pound with mallet, or drive over with a vehicle.
Now the crack is successfully sealed. It is traffic ready instantly.
Prep tips: Sweep off loose leaves and dirt prior to laying down the tape. Make sure surface is dry. For best result, apply pressure to improve adhesion