I recently resealed my driveway with Rust-Oleum Driveway Sealer and wanted to share my thoughts. Rust-Oleum webpage Pros - Advertised 10 year warranty with one application. Other sealers that I saw needed two coats. - Cleans up with soap and water. I literally could just wash my hands and it came off, even dry. - Cost competitive. Menards has it for $44 for the equivalent of two 5 gallon pails of normal asphalt sealer, which is $27.50 each or $55 total. I used four pails, so that's $44 savings. - Most people have the tools needed for this job. A paint brush, paint roller, roller pan, and roller extension is all that is needed. Asphalt sealers need a squeegee. - Residue in my plastic cups dried to a thin film, making them reusable. - Smelled like a dilute solution of latex paint, so it didn't give me any headaches applying it. - Used recycled rubber tires, so at least they didn't end up in a landfill. - Left a jet black finish. Cons - Took a long time to apply. Using a standard 9" roller for my driveway took days to do after work. I think it took 6 occasions after work to finish this. - They recommend to apply in the shade. For my situation that meant only after 6 pm or so. - Being that it's water based they recommended no forecasted rain for 48 hours. Depending on where you are located you can sit for a week and get nothing done. - Not supposed to pour the sealer on the driveway and then spread. The constant loading of the roller to apply to the driveway can really slow you down, especially on a driveway that is overdue for a re-seal. - Didn't fill in the small or big holes in the driveway all that well. Had to constantly push hard on the roller to squeeze excess sealer from the roller to fill in holes. To sum it up I would use this again, but with at least a 12" roller or better yet a double 9" roller. Time will tell if it will hold up to the elements.