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I've been using this product since the 90's. As a Deco Applicator for home builders in PA, DE & MD the Deco materials are some of the nicest products I've worked with and I've tried most foundation wall products. I use the Tie Patch with a puddy knife and coat the broken wall tie voids and/or surface cracks. You don't have to completely fill a deep hole on a foundation wall. The viscosity of this product will fill cracks, honeycomb areas and crevices/holes. If you feel the need to fill holes deeper than 1/2" you may need to apply a second coat. If you want a product to fill in deep holes use hydraulic cement. Tie Patch is much easier than the caulk tubes because you can press the Tie Patch strongly w/ the puddy knife vs. a lose glob of caulk sitting on the surface.
<p>It is too thin, it sags out of the holes. I even tried cooling it first to make it thicker, but it did not help</p><p><br></p><p><em><span style="color: rgb(0, 0, 0);">Gordon - Our Tie Patch is designed to patch/cover over broken wall ties on foundation walls. If you have deep holes you will probably need to apply our Patch twice. If you want a quick set product for deep holes we recommend Hydraulic Cement. Take a look at our Video Tab and see Tie Patch Video for product viscosity or thickness. Thank you!</span></em></p>
I decided to give this product a try because hydraulic cement is expensive and it has cracked for me on some jobs. It was easy to apply and using the rubber gloves was easier than a puddy knife. Liked that the patch matched their waterproofing color wise.