Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions


Does EZ Street cold asphalt get harder to work with as the temperature gets colder?

EZ Street cold asphalt is manufactured right here in Australia and is custom blended to meet specific regions' climate needs. For example, colder winter regions are supplied with an open graded Winter Mix that stays workable in colder temperatures and a dense graded Summer Mix that performs better during warmer months.


Why is EZ Street product Black?

Asphalt comes in 3 colors, black, black, and black. Well, truthfully, asphalt derives its color from the liquid component of the product. We do actually offer a red version of the product in Western Australia.


What is EZ Street cold asphalt made of?

The highest quality ingredients, consistent of a refined gradation of rock and sand, and a proprietary polymer formulation (the secret ingredients).

What is EZ Street cold asphalt made of?

Can I seal over EZ Street cold patch, and, if so, how long do I have to wait to do the sealing?

Generally, our customer consensus is: provided you use a high quality sealer, and wait a minimum of 30 days prior to sealing, you can seal over EZ Street cold patch.


If I get some on my hands, what is the best way to get it off?

We recommend WD40.

 What Tools are required?

What Tools are required?

One person, a shovel, perhaps a broom, pair of gloves, and a hand tamper or other item that will compact EZ Street product.


Will the product track ‘black’ on my expensive wool rug?

Possibly. But, as a rule of thumb, EZ Street cold asphalt tends not to stick to clean shovels, clean shoes, etc. But, please exercise caution. Depending on the weather conditions (hotter makes the product more fluid), the liquid component of the EZ Street cold patch will stick more. So, when in doubt, check the shoes at the door.