955 Buffalo Road, Suite 7
Rochester, New York 14624
- You must keep off for 3 full days and longer if temperature is very hot. Asphalt will fully cure over the next 12 months. During this time it will remain soft and pliable.
- Make sure your vehicle is in motion when turning the steering wheel. Don’t turn wheels back and forth while vehicle is not in motion.
- Avoid use of jack stands or car ramps unless you place a piece of wood under them to distribute the weight, this also applies to storing campers or boats.
- Be careful of objects that are pointed such as lawn chairs, bicycle and motorcycle stands and high heeled shoes.
- The edges of pavement are the weakest, be sure no one drives over them as they will crack and crumble. We suggest that you put topsoil at the sides of the pavement after the driveway has gone through one winter. This will support the edges and enhance the appearance after grass has grown. Snowplowing, etc. will weaken edges and may show cracking after a 3 to 4 year period of time – don’t be alarmed – it happens!
- Avoid spilling gasoline, oil, anti-freeze, power steering and transmission fluids. They will dilute the asphalt.
- EverBlak recommends that the first seal coating be done the following Spring, and sealing every year for the first 3 years, and every other year thereafter.