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Find out how easy it is to repair your paved driveway and transform your home quickly and sustainable.

The Pave-Tex, from TexNov, and the Fissure Plug are your allies for any repair on new or damaged asphalt.

Watch this short video to learn how to repair your driveway

Pave-Tex is a textured acrylic coating that is easily applied by roller; it adheres to either a damaged or new asphalt or any concrete surface.

For the project to repair your paved driveway, you will need a trowel or putty knife, a 10-millimetre roller, the crack filler and the Pave-Tex coating. You will find everything on our store at the following tab: access to the store.

Use Pave-Tex to repair and resurface paved driveways, parking lots, playgrounds, tennis courts or any other surface that requires the texture and durability of asphalt.

Finally, a solution without the hassle of heavy machinery and bitumen vapours in your front yard!

Driveways are as beautiful as the first day and for the years to come.

Pave-Tex products can be applied to concrete surfaces as well to get the colour and texture of new asphalt. Imagine resurfacing your tennis court yourself with a roller!

Textured, durable and maintenance-free surfaces.

To repair your paved driveway with Pave-Tex in a durable manner, simply follow these easy steps:

How to redo your driveway easely?

Step 1 – Surface Preparation

Trim the grass edges and clean up all dirt, dust and debris; then rinse the asphalt area using the strongest water jet possible.

Step 2 – Cleaning oil stains

Scrub any stains with a stiff wire brush and TexNov’s Surface Prep. This will remove any existing motor oil stains and other dirt, and TexNov’s Surface Prep will prevent the stain from returning to the surface after the new coat is applied. Ask your retailer or contact us to find out how to get it to your home quickly.

To repair your paved driveway, first prepare the surface carefully.

Use Texnov’s Surface Preparer diluted in equal parts with water.

Step 3 – Trowel Crack Filling

Then locate any existing cracks. Use TexNov’s Crack Filler for cracks less than three-quarters of an inch wide.

The Crack Filler comes in three sizes, choose the one that fits the condition of your paved driveway:

  • 8 kg to seal up to 65 linear feet (3/4” wide)
  • 15 kg to seal up to 121 linear feet (3/4” wide)
  • 20 kg to seal up to 162 linear feet (3/4” wide)

Fill the crack to the brim and allow the product to cure according to the label directions. For larger cracks, use a specific product to seal potholes, tamp them down and fill the hole to the brim. By following this technique, there will be a minimum of shrinkage before applying the sealer as a finishing coat.

Apply the crack filler with a putty knife or a trowel.

Step 4 – Application of Pave-Tex textured coating

The final step in repairing any paved driveway is here: apply two coats of Pave-Tex with a brush or roller. So easy and so durable!

You can use the brush to trim the edges of your driveway and the roller for the large surface.

Choose the appropriate format according to the area to cover, among the following formats:

Follow instructions carefully for drying times. Pave-Tex is hand dry within an hour of application, and ready for a second coat within two hours. Wait a few days before parking your car on the paved driveway repaired with Pave-Tex.

Pave-Tex will restore the look and feel of new asphalt in a matter of hours, and its results will last for ten years. Be sure to cover the entire surface evenly.

The advantage of the texture is that it creates a space between the car tires and the asphalt surface. In addition, the acrylic polymer formulation creates a layer that captures and retains oils from the asphalt, protecting your asphalt from UV rays, which is one of the causes of accelerated wear on your paved driveway.

Application of Pave-Tex textured coating with a roller

End of project – refinish, seal and repair your asphalt in one weekend!

Pay attention to the drying time on the product sheet and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions!

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