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}\n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Right from\n Easy to use great stuff...\n Easy to use great stuff\n

\n Date published: 2017-12-26

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n homeowner from\n tough drilling but ecobust worked great...\n tough drilling but ecobust worked great\n

\n Date published: 2017-10-27

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n scotty88 from\n Good product but was supposed to come in a bucket. It was delivered as a bag with no instructions...\n Good product but was supposed to come in a bucket. It was delivered as a bag with no instructions. If the company hadn't had mixing directions on their website I would have been up a creek. HD dropped the ball on this one.\n

\n Date published: 2017-10-26

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Harry from\n Works as advertised!\n I have to admit when I first saw this I was skpetical it was going to work on my granite boulder as I was struggling with my Jackhammer. Initially I tried 1 bag and it didnt work as I realize after talking to Tech support I had no relief area so there was nowhere for the product to expand to. On my 2nd try it worked perfectly...unbelievable! Best advice is to follow instructions and this works just like advertised.\n

\n Date published: 2017-09-27

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n John from\n This is a great product! I was a little skeptical...\n This is a great product! I was a little skeptical if it would work. It did exactly what it should. Don't hesitate to use this product, it will work!\n

\n Date published: 2017-09-26

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n Anonymous from\n Ecobust didn't break up concrete\n The product did not work as suggested. It didn't break up the concrete.\n

\n Date published: 2017-09-12

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Mark from\n Ecobust worked exactly as described. I was able to...\n Ecobust worked exactly as described. I was able to break a large granite rock with ease. Very impressed\n

\n Date published: 2017-08-23

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n Gary from\n The product did not work at all, what a waste...\n The product did not work at all, what a waste of money and time.\n

\n Date published: 2017-08-01

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n D1 from\n The ecobust would not work on concrete. I actually tried the same concrete 3 different times with...\n The ecobust would not work on concrete.\r\nI actually tried the same concrete 3 different times with no results.\r\nHowever I have had some success using it on limestone rock in the past.\n

\n Date published: 2017-05-17

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 2 out of\n 5\n by\n Anonymous from\n This product works great. My only problem was that it did not come in the container shown. The co...\n This product works great. My only problem was that it did not come in the container shown. The container had the instructions on it. At $35.00 for 11lb you might want to save some money or a lot of money and buy a product from people who care about their customers, instead of Ecobust\n

\n Date published: 2017-02-21

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 2 out of\n 5\n by\n RaiderFans from\n It didn't work in the rock we were trying to get out\n It didn't work in the rock we were trying to get out\n

\n Date published: 2016-12-13

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n SorryIBoughtIt from\n Ecobust Does work on granite\n I used it on two different rocks too big to remove. One had three 1-1/2" holes drilled the other had ten 1" holes. The 1-1/2" holes cracked the rock in two days and the 1" holes did it in three days. Very surprised and happy.\n

\n Date published: 2016-10-25

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n SteveO from\n TIME SAVER\n Excellent product that works exactly as advertised - imagine that!\r\n\r\nThe manufacturer should include mixing instructions with package - kind of a hassle to go online and download them. And make the mixing instructions applicable for using amounts less than the full 11lbs.\n

\n Date published: 2016-06-24

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n horase from\n simply works\n as the old saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words. I used 1" holes, not 1.5" as speced.\n

\n Date published: 2015-10-06

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n MrFid from\n Would've been good, maybe...\n I tried to use this product to make some cracks in a GRANITE boulder that was 99% buried in my yard. It says you need to drill through 90% of the rock to guarantee effectiveness. I rented a hammer drill from HD for the job, and a 1.5 inch bit. I drilled for about 2 hours, and had 6 holes, about 6 inches deep each. Granite is very hard to crack or drill I found out. I knew I hadn't come anywhere close to the 90% depth called for, but figured I'd give it a go anyway. The product mixed and poured well, but the next day there were no cracks in the stone that hadn't been there previously. I think that if I'd been able to drill deep enough it would've worked. I heard some popping noises during expansion but nothing seemed to change. After my experiment failed, I took a 10lb sledgehammer to the rock, and in an hour was able to knock off the parts of the rock I needed gone.\nThis product would work very well on softer stone or concrete, but for granite (Massachusetts glacial granite, anyway) it needed a much deeper hole than I was able to drill.\n

\n Date published: 2015-06-16

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n SLVN from\n No good at all\n It did not work at all. We would not purchase this product again!!!\n

\n Date published: 2015-05-26

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n ConcreteRemover from\n Works great with concrete around low windows\n We had to break up a 4'x3'x1' concrete stoop and after drilling mini holes, sledge hammer, circular saw, nothing budged it. We can't use a jack hammer as we have windows that are just about to grade. Heard about this product and ordered some to the correct current temperatures. After renting a hammer drill and 1-1/2" drill bit, we drilled 15 holes. We saw results within 7 hours but let it sit for 48 hours as the whole stoop was broken and ready for removal of pieces.\n\nIt didn't come in the bucket shown, but in a brown box with the bag and directions inside. Very easy to mix and you have to use the product within 10 minutes. We will be using this product on the larger rear concrete stoop too....next years project!\n

\n Date published: 2014-10-06

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Dahnovka from\n worked like a charm\n demoed concrete slab, drilling 7/8' holes, during the process of filling realized that underestimated amount of product, so mixed in some concrete, still everything cracked as promised in less than 24hr. GREAT product.\n

\n Date published: 2014-08-26

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Bunco from\n Qualty product -Works as advertised\n I bought this to break up a big granite bolder. The challenge was getting the holes drilled in the rock.\n

\n Date published: 2013-11-12

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Samm from\n This stuff may seriously surprise you!\n Had annoying boulder holding up my patio walkway project. Rented the hammer drill, drilled holes as stated on product. Poured product. After watching for a week, nothing had happened. I contacted Jason at Ecobust with all the details. He suggested I had used the wrong temperature spread product and offered to send me the correct type III for free. The type III was not available when I bought the type II as the product line had just been launched. Temps had dropped in my area considerably after I had ordered from HD initially. We had a night of heavy rain and warm temps. Woke up in the morning to find the rock in pieces and now easy to remove! So, it was probably too cold when I poured and probably did not use enough water. I have to say, I was seriously impressed with the effectiveness of this product and the help from Ecobust. Highly recommended and as easy to use as making pancakes.\n

\n Date published: 2013-11-05

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n JohntheEngineer from\n Works OK - lots of Drilling\n I had to break up concrete steps and a large landing. It was stong concrete, re-inforced with rebar and there were dowels pinning it to the pad below. I ordered two 11 lb buckets, it took 10 days to arrive at my house.\n\nFor the first bucket I drilled 3/4" dia holes with my hammer drill. I know it's less then recomended but someone said it would work. It worked OK, about a 4" layer broke off.\n\nI rented a hammer drilled and drilled 1-1/2" holes for the 2nd bucket. It worked better (of course) but some of the ecobust stayed in power form and didn't work. A little frustrating after all that drilling.\n\nFor the rest of the concrete I used another product. It was available locally and worked better. I had to rent the hammer drill a 2nd time for the last of the concrete.\n\nThe 11 lb bags don't go very far if you're drilling 16" deep holes like me. But I wouldn't want larger bags, you only have 10 minutes to pour the material.\n\nOverall it was a slow process but much better then renting a jack hammer.\n

\n Date published: 2013-07-16

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Doityourselfer from\n This actually works like it's supposed to!\n One of few times I've purchased something that did exactly what it was supposed to. I used this on my front steps that had quite a bit of rocks in the cement. I poured in the Ecobust at 2:00 in the afternoon and by 6:30 cracks had developed. By morning the cracks had widened and I believe are still getting larger. I'm thrilled with this product. Thank you, saved me over $1,000.00 compared to what a contractor wanted to jack hammer this for.\n

\n Date published: 2013-06-27

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n DIYer from\n Interesting product to learn.\n Purchased to demolish huge coral stone in front yard. Required a lot of geometry because I was not about to mix the whole 11 pounds of compound per the instructions. Where I had success was when the drilled hole depth was at least the radius of surrounding stone to its edge. Pretty cool to see big chunks of stone lying on the ground 24 hours later. Concerned about the temperature range, next pour will be in the evening. This huge stone is in Florida.\n

\n Date published: 2013-05-28

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Brian from\n It worked great\n This product worked just as advertised I had a long concrete walkway and it worked great. I drilled, mixed, poured and let it work for two nights. I was amazed at how it broke it up.\n

\n Date published: 2013-05-21

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n tdub from\n WOW! Incredible product\n I was digging out a basement (by hand and buckets) and had these large concrete "boulders" that were used for block support. Each boulder was about 7 bags of concrete. These were so hard and thick a jackhammer didn't make a dent. This product allowed me to break up the boulders with ease and remove the pieces. GREAT PRODUCT AND CONCEPT!\n

\n Date published: 2013-05-08

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n blpett from\n lots of drilling!\n Although the Eco Bust itself wasn't hard to mix and use, the video and instructions did not do justice to the amount of drilling required. Drilling the holes deep enough and wide enough (1.5") was not easy, and in fact I eventually gave up. Perhaps my concrete was sturdier than most, but wow!\n

\n Date published: 2013-05-08

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Sooclose from\n This product worked as described.\n I drilled 1 1/4 inch holes 12 inches deep. I mixed the powder as written and poured it in the holes. 24 hours later the rocks were cracked and easy to move the pieces.\n

\n Date published: 2013-05-06

\n \n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n jim489 from\n Great product that works!\n We had a large chunk of concrete in the yard that was the base of an antenna. It was about 3' deep so pretty much impossible to remove and all we wanted, was to take off the top 2-6” so we could plant grass. After drilling holes and filling with Ecobust, we waited a couple of days and, presto it was cracked to the depth of the holes. After that, simple prying with minimal sledgehammer work and the job was done. Definitely recommend this product!\n

\nDate published: 2013-02-26

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