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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –Cleveland and its potholes are a continuing saga. Patching using traditional methods simply doesn’t work and can’t hold up to our freeze-thaw cycle.

A year to the day we returned to a spot where we saw potholes being patched by traditional methods. It is crumbling. Nearby traditional patching methods didn’t create a uniform, flat driving surface.

On Western Avenue, we experienced both a bad ride, and watched as drivers had to slow — some to a crawl — to get by.

Enter the Pothole Killer. The city tested it more than a year ago and after several delays, put three Pothole Killers on the job.

19 Action News reporter Paul Orlousky returned to where he shot it working a year ago and found excellent results. Most of the patches remained intact.

 

READ MORE: 19ActionNews.com

Article Courtesy of WOIO 19 Action News

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