If you’ve been stuck with a leaking or leaking-out sealer for a long time, you’re likely aware of the term “old asphalt.”
But, how to replace that sealer?
We’re going to go over what we know, what we don’t, and the ins and outs of replacing an old sealer.
The good news is that the old asphalt is usually relatively easy to replace.
The bad news is there’s no shortage of old asphalt, and it’s not exactly cheap.
The best way to know if your sealer is in good shape is to visit your local auto shop to inspect it.
The only way to tell if your old sealers are actually safe is to have them tested.
For the first time, we’re going back to the basics.
What’s the difference between an old asphalt and a new asphalt seal?
The best-selling brand of asphalt sealering in the U.S. is Acura.
It’s a very popular sealer because of its cheap price and reliability.
However, that’s not the only sealer you can buy.
Other brands have better ratings and performance ratings.
Acura, for example, has the highest quality sealers on the market, but it’s expensive and not as reliable as the best-sellers.
It may seem like the old sealership you have is the same as the one you buy, but there’s actually a big difference.
For example, Acura’s sealers can last up to 40 years, while the best sealers only last up