SuperSeal Matte 5 Gallon

$169.99
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SuperSeal Matte will darken the substrate like a "wet look" put has an additive to reduce the shine.

SuperSeal Matte can be used for Concrete Brick Pavers, Stamped Concrete, Stamped Cement, Decorative Cement, Bricks, Acid Stained Cement, Concrete Stains, and Exposed Aggregate.

SuperSeal Matte can be sprayed on with the Chapin 1949 Concrete Sprayer or applied with a 1/2" roller cover. You cannot use a plastic "inexpensive" sprayer. SuperSeal Matte will help sand erosion reducing the amount of weeds.

One coat is recommended. Coverage is about 100 feet per gallon or 500 feet per five gallon.

One coat will result in a satin sheen depending on porosity of brick.

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    ConcreteSealerStore · 07/06/2012
    I does not peel but rather just fades evenly. It darkens the color and leaves a satin shine.
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    Jeff · 07/05/2012
    Hello,

    When this product wears in a few years does it peel? Is the wear noticable? Also does the Matte Finish still leave a shineand darken the color of basic grey pavers?
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    Ken Mills · 04/26/2012
    Does SuperSeal Matte come tented for natural aggregate color?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/26/2012
    The SuperSeal Matte is a solvent based sealer.
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    Matthew Tighe · 03/26/2012
    Is your product water based or solvent based
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/06/2012
    The SuperSeal Matte is 25% solids. It only comes in 5 Gallon Pails.
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    John N · 03/06/2012
    What is the percent solid content of your SuperSeal Matte?
    Also, does it come in 1-gallon, which I might prefer to the 5-gallon for mixing and handling ease of use. Thanks.
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    scott paul · 12/27/2011
    I am sorry but I have never heard of "LastiSeal". Without knowing what it does or what it is made of I have no way of comparing.

    100 feet per gallon and 2-3 years is normal for a high end acrylic based sealer before it dulls and needs to be reapplied.
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    Steve Stanley · 12/27/2011
    I had about 2000+ square feet of pavers put in around our pool. I need to have them sealed. I live in SW Florida. The sealer I had recommended to me was "LastiSeal brick and mortar sealer - Satin". Is your product comparable to this as far as durability and coverage? Their product says it will cover approx 150 sq.ft. per gallon, as opposed to your coverage of 100 sq.ft. per gallon. Are they just being more optimistic than you?