SuperSeal-M 5 Gallon

$144.99
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Non-Gloss Water Based Sealer

SuperSeal Brick-M is a water based Silicone Water Repellent  made of a special hybrid of Silane and Siloxane. SuperSeal-M provides water repellency to porous construction material such as bricks, stone, concrete blocks,  mortar, and grout. It is not suitable for very low-porosity substrates such as polished stone. It will not leave a sheen or "wet" look.

The active ingredients in SuperSeal-M Water Repellent Sealer are a mixture of different-size particles, some larger, some smaller to fill different size voids. This ensures good penetration into porous substrates, resulting in good coverage and durable water repellency. Additionally, the active ingredients in SuperSeal-M Water Repellent can chemically react with the substrate, ensuring long-lasting performance.

Water Beads up fast on substrates treated with SuperSeal-M Water Repellent Sealer. The product's excellent water repellent and fast beading action are immediately apparent. What you will not see is any change in the substrates appearance.

This product offers significant advantages:

  • It can be applied to "Green" concrete once bleed water is gone.
  • Prevent Spalling from salt and freeze/thaw damage.
  • Fast beading action-excellent water repellency.
  • Non-SiH: Easy to store and handle.
  • Low VOC-Supports your regulatory compliance efforts.
  • Water Based-Easy to use and clean up.
  • Will not add a slippery film.
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    Jorge Ponce · 09/22/2020
    Is this product good for clay pavers?
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    Justin · 09/16/2020
    Is it safe to spot spray second coats just in light areas after the first coat?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 09/16/2020
      The Super Seal-M does not change or alter the appearance once it dries. Not sure how you would be able to see "light" areas?
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        Justin · 09/16/2020
        I figure once it’s wet that’s when it would be noticeable
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    Cornelis H. Pameijer · 09/05/2020
    What quantity SuperSeal M do I need for 3000 sq ft pool pavers? I am asking as I have seen various answers about quantity. Thank you
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    BK · 08/17/2020
    Should this be used on Chicago common brick, the building is over 100 years old and I don't want to do anything to damage the brick.

    In addition, can I use a roller, it's hard to get a sprayer over 20 feet in the air.
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 08/17/2020
      You can use this on the brick. It needs to be sprayed. A ladder will reach 20 feet.
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    Josh · 08/14/2020
    Good morning, I'm sealing both a broom finished concrete driveway and an exposed aggregate patio. Which of your products do you recommend? I'd like a semi-gloss finish on both. Thanks
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    Josh · 08/14/2020
    Can I use a paint roller to apply this and a brush to apply to the edges of my patio near the grass?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 08/14/2020
      Best to spray it all and not roll or brush. Take a large piece of cardboard and use that to edge out the grass when spraying. Just hold as a barrier when spraying.
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    dave g · 07/17/2020
    1) what coverage can I expect on broom finish driveway concrete?
    2) how long should I wait after a new concrete pour to apply?
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    Justin · 07/13/2020
    1. Do they still ship free if I'm ordering multiple buckets (5-10 buckets on multiple orders)?
    2. How long should surface be dry before sealing?

    Thanks!
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    Ken Kolbet · 06/30/2020
    Where can I buy this sealer
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    Eric flaherty · 06/22/2020
    Would the super seal m be a good product for a pebbled concrete pool deck? Planning on pressure washing first.
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 06/22/2020
      Yes, it would if you are looking for a sealer and no change of appearance.
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    Thomas · 11/05/2019
    I’ve seen different recommendations for how high of a pressure to power wash the driveway concrete at. Do you recommend closer to 2,000 psi or 3,000 psi? And is the 40 degree tip the best?
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    Doug · 10/29/2019
    after applying superseal-M on garage floor to eliminate moisture penetration can i cover with flooring material?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 10/30/2019
      That would be more of a question for the flooring material you use and if they say it can go over a sealed floor or not.
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    Tim · 10/21/2019
    Per the technical sheet for the Super Seal M, it can be applied at a minimum surface/air temperature of 50 degrees. If the sealer is applied during the day at the minimum 50 degree temperature, does it matter what the low temperature is overnight?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 10/21/2019
      It can drop below 50 but it should not drop below freezing the first night.
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    Gary Lukey · 10/03/2019
    Toughcrete sealer claims 10 years prior the need to reseal with one coat. Your warranty is 5 years. How similar do expect the actual results to be on a Wisconsin driveway not used in winter months.
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 10/03/2019
      Their warranty is a gimmick as nothing lasts 10 years. The Super Seal-M would work just as well or even better.
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    Beth · 09/09/2019
    If we also want to stabilize the joint sand, is there something we could use in combination with this to stabilize and seal? (Rehabilitating a clay brick pathway)
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    David · 08/31/2019
    How long before we can put our cars back in the driveway?
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    clint · 07/04/2019
    What preparation should i do to my concrete garagefloor before I treat it with the superseal-m? How long does it last?
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    Cristina Garcia · 06/07/2019
    I'm looking to seal a brick wall in a store, would this be the right product? How do you recommend I clean the bricks first?
    Thanks
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    Winston · 05/31/2019
    I was asked to seal a new construction 30,000 sq. foot warehouse. What product would be good for this to make clean ups easier and maintenance easier.
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    Wanda · 04/25/2019
    I need to seal the patio around a salt-water pool. The patio surface has not been sealed for 5 years. There are stains on the concrete. I have read that I can use a acid stain to give the surface a mottled/antique look and then seal. Can I use this sealer over the acid stain? Do you recommend any acid stains?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 04/25/2019
      No, not this sealer over an acid stain. You would need a decorative sealer like Super Seal 25 or Super Seal Matte.
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    joey turner · 04/22/2019
    will this resist automotive fluids ? if so how much would it take for a 30x50 garage ? new concrete how would I clean it first ? thank you
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 04/22/2019
      It would resist deep penetration, making cleaning of spills or oils much easier. Coverage is 200 sq feet per gallon. No need to clean if it is not dirty.
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    Carie Williams · 04/20/2019
    We are sealing pavers that are being placed next to pool edge. We are thinking the Superseal M is the best optio. We also have concrete in the same are and would like to use the same product. The last quetion is we are planning on using a polymer sand as grout. Would this prodct be used to seal that grout as well or should we seal and then add the polymer?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 04/20/2019
      If you want to seal without changing or enhancing the appearance, then the SuperSeal-M is the correct product. Concrete sealers will not seal grouts. Does not matter when you use the poly sand. Before or after the sealer.
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    Tami Caldwell · 04/10/2019
    I am using the product around pool area, do I need some type of sand mixed in so will not be slippery when wet?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 04/10/2019
      This is a penetrating sealer. It is not possible to add a grip to it nor is there any need.
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    Ray · 04/06/2019
    does superseal m require etching of the cement?
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    Tom Wagnitz · 02/07/2019
    I get water in my house when it rains hard and the wind is blowing. Will this product help?
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    David Nardozzi · 12/22/2018
    Does this sealer work on grout in a shower floor?
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    Justin Smith · 10/24/2018
    Can this product be used on wood?
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    Kris · 09/10/2018
    Is this useful for joint stabilization also? I have a mixture of clay and concrete pavers with paver sand in the joints.
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    David · 08/20/2018
    How does it clean up in a garden sprayer - water?
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    David · 08/20/2018
    I am sealing a 1 yr old patio and 25+ yr old steps - is one coat enough?