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Our Sustainable Asphalt Resurfacer Available On

Posted on Jun 14, 2022 8:00:00 AM by Aexcel

We are offering our eco-friendly asphalt resurfacer to customers online through a partnership with Lowe’s. BioSealSafe™ is the safer way to rejuvenate and seal your driveway. Stop using outdated dangerous chemicals to seal your driveway. Protect your driveway and your family with BioSealSafe™.

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Our Sustainable Sealer, Acetone Acrylic, and Waterborne Paint at National Pavement Expo 2022

Posted on Mar 21, 2022 8:30:00 AM by Aexcel

Our team recently attended the National Pavement Expo in Charlotte, NC. With this post, we share their insights on the show.

Maybe foremost, we were happy to attend a show and interact with customers again safely!

The team appreciated everyone who stopped by our booth; there were plenty of great questions.

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Using Our Sustainable Asphalt Sealer For Your Driveway

Posted on Mar 10, 2022 8:30:00 AM by Aexcel

BioSealcoat® is a safer way to rejuvenate and seal your driveway. It will retain a jet-black appearance longer and keep it strong. Even in rough weather conditions, our eco-friendly sealer has remained effective in maintaining driveways.

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Posted on Jan 11, 2022 8:30:00 AM by Aexcel


The Original Gorilla Paint is our toughest zone-marking paint. This durable acrylic copolymer paint lasts longer, retains color longer, and stays cleaner. Solvent-borne Gorilla paint dries quickly and provides much better durability than ordinary fast-dry paint. Gorilla performs well on all types of pavement, is easy to clean up, and is available in all colors.

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Posted on Dec 15, 2021 11:00:00 AM by Aexcel


We have seen a lot in our 50+ years in the paint and coatings industry. We have dealt with hundreds of (or more!) shipping and receiving issues, timeframe challenges, storage requirements, and product damage situations. We have experience with a wide variety of unique customer needs.
It is essential to think ahead about shipping requirements and constraints when you place your order. Our team has provided questions to consider in your ordering and receiving process.

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Why We Feel Our Traffic Paints Are America’s Toughest

Posted on Dec 1, 2021 9:00:00 AM by Aexcel


How did we come up with this Tagline?

If you talk about your business, the kinds of products you make, how you work with customers, how you
deal with issues, you start to uncover patterns. We were talking about our traffic paints in this way.

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Lynchburg, VA uses Aexcel’s Asphalt Art paint to launch Art Alley

Posted on Oct 5, 2021 11:45:00 AM by Aexcel


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Aexcel Goes Above & Beyond for Customers

Posted on Jun 8, 2021 10:25:44 AM by Aexcel

In a private label or toll manufacturing relationship, the true value is about more than price. A partner that goes above and beyond—providing quality products, on-time delivery, immediate customer service, technical expertise, etc.—is worth much more than one who does the bare minimum. Below, we highlight just how committed Aexcel Corp. is to satisfying the custom coating and paint needs of customers.


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Distributor Spotlight: The Brewer Company Opens Location In Wickliffe

Posted on May 17, 2021 8:00:00 AM by Aexcel

Distributor Spotlight: The Brewer Company Opens Location In Wickliffe

One of Aexcel’s longtime distributors in the Chicago area, The Brewer Company, is opening a storefront in Wickliffe, Ohio. They have the experience and knowledge of Aexcel’s entire traffic paint line of products. They will work with each customer to provide the right Aexcel product for their needs. We are proud to offer our products at Brewer’s Wickliffe location.

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MMA vs. Thermoplastics for Pavement Marking

Posted on Mar 26, 2021 8:58:41 AM by Aexcel

Highly trafficked highways, roads, intersections, dedicated bike lanes and paths require durable lines to guide the flow of traffic, which cannot be achieved with traditional waterbased paint. Due to the high cost of maintenance, state and local agencies have looked for other options. Methyl methacrylate (MMA) and thermoplastics have both become popular for painting lines and markings on paved surfaces.

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