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Different weather conditions cause sealer to cure at different rates. On a sunny, warm day, sealer will dry a different color than on an overcast day because it cures faster.
If practical, try to keep large heavy truck traffic to a minimum while your new surface is curing. Asphalt becomes stronger with time.
During the first few days you may see some tire impressions, wheel marks and scuffing. You may also experience “power steering tears.” These markings occur when tires are turned in a tight radius on fresh pavement. In time, these areas will smooth and flatten with your regular traffic.
Proper sealcoating benefits the pavement in many ways. It makes faded asphalt look new again and protects against water penetration, gas and oil spills and sun oxidation.
Tire “scuffing” is common with sealcoating. With traffic, these marks will blend in and no longer be visible.
Sealer is not designed to fill cracks, it seals the bottom of the crack to protect the base. If seal is applied too thickly, it will become brittle and chip off.
Simply keeping your lot clean of debris will help and add years to its life. Contact your project consultant about preventative maintenance programs available to add years to your investment.
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