SB-6000 Wet Look Sealer 5 Gallon

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SB-6000 Wet Look Sealer seals the pavement surface and brightens and enhances the natural colors of the pavingstone with a luxurious, wet look. It is breathable and will not trap the naturally occurring efflorescence, allowing it to be applied immediately after pavingstones are installed (as well as decreasing freeze-thaw damage). The product improves surface durability, enhancing the colors of the pavement and protecting the surface from salt, acid and staining. SB-6000 Wet Look Sealer is a water-based, exterior quality urethane surface sealer. It is solvent-free and exceeds all VOC, EPA, OSHA and FDA standards. SB-6000 Wet Look Sealer has the consistency of water and is milky white when applied; it dries to a clear, wet look on the surface of the pavement. SB-6000 Wet Look Sealer can be used both inside and outside on old and new pavements. Cured sealer is freeze resistant to -60°F (-51°C) and is stable up to a temperature of 180°F (82°C).


The pavement surface should be clean and free from oil, dust and any loose material. If necessary, use SB-442 General Stain Remover to clean pavers (refer to label and data sheet for guidelines). Excess joint sand should be brushed from the surface and the paver joints should be completely filled with dry, correctly graded jointing sand, with the top level not exceeding the bottom of the chamfer or 1/8” below the surface of non-beveled or tumbled paver surfaces. A leaf blower is the recommended method to remove dust and fine particles from the surface to achieve the optimum joint sand height. Remove all efflorescence prior to sealer application. Use SB-488 Efflorescence and Rust Remover if necessary (refer to label and data sheet for guidelines). The surface should be dry prior to application. Previously applied sealer should be stripped. If any product separation should occur, gently agitate container to re-emulsify mixture.

Application Information:

SB-6000 Wet Look Sealer should be rolled or sprayed on the pavement surface using a thick (3/8") paint roller and a handheld garden sprayer. Use coverage guidelines to determine a sufficient amount of material to provide an even, darkened coating. Roll or spray the material so it wets down and saturates all the pores on the surface of the paver. This is best achieved using a handheld garden sprayer and a thick paint roller to coat the surface of each paver, including the chamfers, edges and recessed areas on textured pavers. A second application may be necessary on more porous or older pavements to achieve a consistent and darkened effect. Care should be taken that no excess material is pooled on the surface or in the sand joints of the pavement. Material coverage will depend on the surface porosity and pavement usage. Airless sprayers can be used in lieu of hand held pump sprayers on larger projects. Use the largest nozzle to ensure SB-6000 Wet Look Sealer does not atomize and dry before it hits the pavement surface. The spray should be a low pressure, even mist to wet down the pavement surface. Clean all application equipment with water and do not allow material to dry in containers as removal becomes more difficult.

Coverage Per Gallon:

100-200 square feet depending on substrate porosity.



  • Adds Rich Wet Look
  • Fast Drying
  • Breathable
  • Environmentaly Friendly
  • Reduces Water Penetration
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    THOMAS DALTON · 03/30/2021
    I have a paver patio and a fire pit made from paver style materials. My question is should the fire pit be sprayed as well as the pavers? Using SB-600 in Las Vegas
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    Jack · 01/31/2021
    About a year ago I applied Super Seal Matte to my pavers. It did not have the affect I wanted. Can I apply SB 6000 or do I have to stay with Super Seal Semi to get a wet look.
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    Gary Stromeyer · 10/13/2020
    About 4 years ago I applied Surebond SB 6000 Wet Look Sealer to my "paver" brick driveway here in the New Orleans area. Would it be OK to reapply that product now WITHOUT stripping it first? Also, I have the same brick on my kitchen floor, where I applied Thompson’s Water Seal Waterproofer Plus Masonry Protector about 14 years ago. Can I apply the same Wet Look Sealer to THAT floor, and do it without stripping it first since it's been so long? Thank you!
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      scott paul · 10/13/2020
      You should not have to strip the paver driveway, just reseal. As for the indoor area, the only way to know if it will work or not is to test a few bricks and see how it dries.
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    Marianna Eisner · 09/06/2019
    Is this a really "wet" look? I want my natural variegated
    patio blue flagstone to pop but not shiny, more of a matte finish. Would this product accomplish that? Do you have a sealant that offers a matte finish?
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    Shiven · 05/31/2019
    Can I use water to clean sprayer after applying sealant or I need different chemical? Thanks Shiven
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    Shiven · 05/31/2019
    Also, can I clean garden sprayer using water or I need something different? Thanks
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    Shiven · 05/31/2019
    I want to apply sealant at 2 different locations at 2 different times. How can I store sealant safely so that I can use at a latter time? I have 5 gallon container. Thanks
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    George · 10/18/2018
    Can I use SB-600 on a acid stain concrete?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 10/18/2018
      No. You need a sealer that dries on top of the concrete like Super Seal Matte.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/06/2016
    What brand and type are you trying to remove?

    SB-6000 is not slippery.
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    Mike,jackhammer · 06/05/2016
    I need to remove an inferior product that has left my pool pavers a slippery night,are. What product can I use to remove the existing sealer ? Will the superbond SB 6000 be slippery when wet?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/29/2015
    Make sure there is not discoloration form and old sealer and that the surface is porous by performing a water test. Drop some water onto the pavers and make sure it does not bead.
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    ralph siereveld · 06/28/2015
    before applying sb 6000 sealer how can i tell if i removed the previous sealer completely or good enough to apply the sealer i used a stripper and a power washer
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    yamile · 04/02/2015
    Can I use any of these sealers for exterior travertine?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 05/01/2014
    The SB-7000 is not a wet look but a gloss shine. SB-6000 is a wet look without shine.

    If you still have a previous coating then it is possible that a new coating will not work for you. Really depends on what the previous coating was and if it is still sealing the surface or not.
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    Dave · 04/30/2014
    Can I use either a water based or a solvent based sealer on a concrete paver driveway which has been treated with a water based penetrating sealer? I need a wet look, not necessarily glossy.

    Also, what is the difference between SB-6000 and SB-7000? Is it just that SB-7000 is more glossy?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 02/27/2014
    This product is safe to use and will not yellow. This product is for outside use mainly so I am not sure it will work on your particular floor.
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    Justin Dawson · 02/26/2014
    I have a question for you. I have a eco friendly green home that I am building in the Portland area. My Client is a cancer doctor and is very cautious about the products that we use. The interior floor has a sand finish acid washed slab that is going to be the finished floor. The floor also has radiant heat under slab. I am looking for a product that will be safe to use and will not yellow out due to the heat. Do you think that this is the right product for me????
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 09/01/2013
    I do not understand your question.
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    Lynn Manchester · 08/30/2013
    Can you tell me the risk of using SB-6000 or SB-7000 in a pool area, where after being removed with Xylol, the mix of Xylol and sealer were allowed to enter the pool water? A NC Chemist found Xylol to be in our liner but we were unsure of the chemistry of the sealer. Any advise or information you can offer will be appreciated. Thanking you in advance.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 07/07/2012
    You can use the SB-6000 for the concrete driveway. May also want to look at the SuperSeal25 or SuperSeal30.
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    Todd · 07/06/2012
    I have a 3400 SQFT paver driveway in N. Florida. What sealer do you recommend for a wet look that is safe for driveways?