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Is there any way to patch the pops that won't look like numerous, off-color repairs? I'm talking driveways with dozens and dozens of such pops.

(Not spalling: "pops". .. ) Thanks.

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Is there any way to patch the pops that won't look like numerous, off-color repairs? I'm talking driveways with dozens and dozens of such pops.

(Not spalling: "pops". .. ) Thanks.

Repave, Dew Too to many pops.

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Is there any way to patch the pops that won't look like numerous, off-color repairs? I'm talking driveways with dozens and dozens of such pops.

(Not spalling: "pops". .. ) Thanks.

Repave, Dew Too to many pops.

Kinda funny.

This is our townhome complex; 60 some drives, about half are bad. (Two many two replace.)

I've seen an epoxy-like crack patch which matched the light gray color of concrete flatwork very well, though I have no idea what the material is.

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Is there any way to patch the pops that won't look like numerous, off-color repairs? I'm talking driveways with dozens and dozens of such pops.

No.

It sounds like an aggregate failure. Any attempt at repair will be visible, temporary, and futile. New pops will appear at the end of every winter.

The concrete batch plant may assume some responsibility depending on the age of the installation.

If you're really into Whack-a-mole, Ardex makes one of the few viable options.

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