Sealers

sealer darkenng effect on concreteConcrete Sealers are designed to protect the concrete by leaving some type of film on the surface. They are typically solvent-based or water-based and can leave varying degrees of shine. For general protection purposes outdoors, a solvent-based sealer is more common, whereas for interior, the fumes coming from a solvent sealer are not desirable, thus a water-based sealer is usually preferred indoors. Each sealer has its own unique characteristics, and unfortunately there is not a magic concrete sealer protector that covers the needs of every situation. Sealers for concrete are typically used to seal driveways, patios, walks, garage floors, warehouses, basement floors, retail/commercial flooring areas, or even brick pavers and natural stone.

Concrete sealers are typically easy to apply using a sprayer and/or brushes and rollers. Sealers for driveways, patios, or walks can be glossy or matte finish depending on the desired look. Tru-Grip is used in conjunction with many sealer applications to reduce the slip factor involved with many concrete sealing projects. Each of the various concrete sealant products have videos, technical data, and pictures to answer many questions you might have. Otherwise, contact our knowledgeable customer service team at 888-263-5895. They can help you choose the right concrete waterproofing, concrete sealing, or concrete coating product for your application.


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