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Weight 3 lbs

KRACK KOTE®

Banish Cracks Forever!

Make invisible, permanent repairs to cracked walls and ceilings in under an hour. No sanding required. Once the second coat dries, it is ready to paint! No primer needed.

The specially formulated acrylic emulsion is used with a polyester mesh to bridge over cracks. It retains its flexibility as it dries, without shrinking. This allows the repair to move as the wall moves, leaving a seamless repair that will not reopen like other fillers or putties.

KRACK KOTE can be used on drywall, plaster, stucco, wood, concrete, and cement block.  It cleans up easily with soap and water.  The kit contains:

  • KRACK KOTE emulsion:  1 fluid pint
  • KRACK BRIDGE fabric:  20 feet
  • Spreader
  • Instructions and tips* (English, French, and Spanish)

* Special instructions included for cracks wider than 1/8″

(5 customer reviews)
DescriptionUnitQtyPrice
1 Pint
$19.90
1 Quart
$37.20
1 Gallon
$75.90
20 feet
$3.50
200 feet
$15.00
500 feet
$34.10
500 feet
$41.30

Customer Questions & Answers

    What quantity of emulsion should be purchased fo use with 200 ft of 2 inch fabric?
  1. Q What quantity of emulsion should be purchased fo use with 200 ft of 2 inch fabric? answer now
    Asked by John Jones on June 8, 2019 1:43 pm
    Answered by the admin

    I would suggest purchasing at least a quart or a gallon.

  2. Can I sand Krack kote? If not how can I remove the ridges and poor finish I got?
  3. Q Can I sand Krack kote? If not how can I remove the ridges and poor finish I got? answer now
    Asked by Chad on March 13, 2019 10:26 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Yes, it's sandable.

  4. Can this be used where the paper tape at a drywall seam is popping off instead of reappearing?
  5. Q Can this be used where the paper tape at a drywall seam is popping off instead of reappearing? answer now
    Asked by Jan Nehil on March 2, 2019 10:47 am
    Answered by the admin

    You could bridge it, but there may be a bump there. It will not hold the paper down.

  6. Do you still have the Tuffglass fabric? What is the difference between Tuffglass and the Bridge fabric...I know the fabric is different, but is it as good?
  7. Q Do you still have the Tuffglass fabric? What is the difference between Tuffglass and the Bridge f...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Susan J> Tomlinson on February 28, 2019 7:33 pm
    Answered by the admin We do not have the Tuffglass fabric. That product was part of the TuffKote product and we no longer resell it for the manufacturer. We do have our Krack Bridge Fabric, which is a thin polyester mesh product.
  8. Can this be used over a light popcorn ceiling?
  9. Q Can this be used over a light popcorn ceiling? answer now
    Asked by Robert Heppner on January 12, 2019 5:57 pm
    Answered by the admin

    A smoother surface is better for application.

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Customer Reviews

  1. Bill Prout

    I used Krack Kote back in 2009 before I repainted my daughter’s room. The walls are the original wood lath and plaster from the early 20th century, and had 8 or 10 good sized cracks, each being several feet long. I had never heard of or used this product before, but following the directions was very simple and the results have been outstanding. It’s now 2021 and there are no signs of the cracks that I had covered to this day. I’m now ordering another kit to do a different area of my house as the results were so impressive and it will allow us to retain the superior quality and durability of plaster wall construction.

  2. Michael Letourneau

    I have used KRACK KOTE to repair cracks in plaster walls and ceiliings for many years,(over 20) with excellent results. I’ve repaired walls and ceiliings in apartments as well as in my home. Following the directions I have never had a separation of the fabric from the surface. Properly installed it makes a 99% invisible repair. I am a very satisfied customer.

  3. Ron Polacek

    I used Krack Coat before I painted the walls in my Victorian home. Well some of the Kracks are back. But … it covered the cracks for almost 39 years. I think I got my moneys worth.
    Yes, I will be using Krack Coat again for all of my new restoration projects

  4. Sandra Nickel

    We own a small real estate company that specializes in the sale of older and historic homes. Needless to say, plaster cracks are huge (pardon the pun) in our business. We’ve been recommending Krack Kote for 25 years and every last customer is a fan. So glad Abatron bought this product and brought it back!

  5. Diane

    I originally bought this at Sears years ago and repaired my plaster ceiling in my home I have a rental but I want to use it on . It’s still intact at my home after 15 years! Great stuff!!

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