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Semi-Custom Worded Signs - Reserved Parking

Semi-Custom Worded Signs - Reserved Parking

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Add your text to our most popular traffic and parking signs
  • Choose from various reserved parking sign layouts.
  • Two materials available: aluminum and polyethylene
  • Reflectivity options include: high-intensity reflective, engineer-grade reflective and non-reflective
Semi Custom Worded Signs - Reserved Parking add text to your most popular traffic and parking signs. Order Parking Lot Signs from Emedco today.
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    Product Review

    Filling cracks in asphalt driveway

    Grass grows in the cracks, I have sprayed weed kill but the cracks are filled with dirt so grass grows back. Do I need to water hose all of dirt out of cracks and let dry before filling with asphalt filler?
    Asked by: Oscar
    Although directions are included on the product container (see product recommendation below), an internet search of best practices advises, in addition to removing any vegetation present, blowing dirt and debris out of the crack (for example, with an air compressor) and evaporating moisture prior to treating. Utilizing a hose or pressure washer to remove debris is not recommended unless you can ensure that the area will be thoroughly dry prior to product application (i.e. letting the area dry during a stretch of hot, dry weather). Applying filler to a surface that may be damp underneath can lead to an increased risk of surface holes and cracks down the road.
    Answered by: KimberlyEmedcoExpert
    Date published: 2015-07-18
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