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Pavement rejuvenator is applied as a liquid and sprayed onto the pavement from a distance of about a foot. It takes 30 minutes for the rejuvenator to be absorbed into the pavement. The contractor will apply the product to one side of the road at a time, to maintain access to the neighborhood throughout construction. After the rejuvenator is absorbed into the pavement, sand is placed on the road to absorb excess product.
After the rejuvenator is applied, it takes about 30 minutes for the product to be absorbed in to the pavement. After 30 minutes, sand is placed over the rejuvenator to absorb any excess material. Once the sand is applied, the road is safe to drive on. It is recommended to drive slowly over the rejuvenator to prevent any product from splashing on a vehicle.
No parking will be allowed on streets when the rejuvenator is placed. Vehicles may resume parking on streets after the sand is swept, 1 to 2 days after the rejuvenator is placed.
Rejuvenators are not harmful to pets, but it is recommended to keep all pets off the road for 24 hours. The product is not placed in the rain to help prevent it from getting into storm drains. Occasionally there will be a sheen in stormwater ponds after the rain, but the sheen is a result of animal fats and is not harmful.
You can exit your driveway and drive through the work area, but please go slow and stay on the sanded areas as the material can be slippery and may stick to vehicles. Be advised that driving onto a driveway before the contractor is finished sanding may cause the driveway and sidewalk to become temporarily discolored. These materials can be washed off with hot soapy water, WD-40 or a bug and tar remover. It is most effective to clean the material off as soon as possible.