SuperSeal25 Semi-Gloss 1 Gallon

$30.99

SuperSeal25 can be used for Stamped Concrete, Stamped Cement, Decorative Cement, Bricks, Acid Stained Cement, Concrete Stains, and Exposed Aggregate. SuperSeal enhances the natural color of your Concrete Brick Pavers and Cement with a "wet" look.

SuperSeal25 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. SuperSeal25 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/semi-gloss sheen depending on porosity of brick. Extra coats will result in a higher gloss.

This Product is not VOC Compliant in Every State

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Super Seal 25 is not suggested for Clay Pavers.

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    frank · 12/03/2018
    Reside in Tampa fl. Have 1275 sq ft of pavers to seal. Looking for a glossy wet look. Have a Hudson Industro stainless sprayer with viton seals. Will that be ok for your recommended product. How many gallons total. Thinking of spraying and gently back rolling in one direction and then repeating in the opposite direction. Thinking of superseal 25 and if 2 coats does the second require less product than the first. Also I notice free shipping on the 5 gal. pail. Always preferred 1 gallons over 5 for less spillage problems. Hoping you can come up with a solution for shipping and cost per gallon being I would need a good a mount of 1 gallon cans. 145 sq ft of pavers just added to the 7 month old ones. Time frame to let them adjust if necessary. Thanks Frank
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 12/03/2018
      Only one coat is needed of the SS25. Do not backroll. It applies at 100 sq feet per gallon. Sorry but 1-gallons will not ship free. Only 5-gallon pails.

      As for the sprayer, that would be more of a question for Hudson and if it can handle a sealer that is 25% solid content.
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    Tim Connor · 11/09/2018
    In October 2016, after power washing, I applied Super Seal 10 to my one year old brushed concrete driveway. Applied with roller in warm summer weather, without any problems. I now have what appear to be large unsightly yellow streaks or lines throughout the concrete. They appear to be roller marks? I am sure I put on a generous coat of product. Need to do something to remove these marks and reseal the concrete. Looks almost like the product was absorbed into the concrete in some areas and not others. How do I proceed? Thank You.
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 11/10/2018
      I am sorry but we do not sell or have ever used the Super Seal 10 so not sure what caused it. As for fixing, a picture or two would help determine if we can help with this.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 07/18/2016
    If closed and stored in a temperature controlled area, it will last 12 months, maybe longer.
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    Ed Skwor · 07/18/2016
    How long the SuperSeal25 be stored after opening or once the container is opened, it all has to be used? Thanks, Ed
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    Rich Cable · 05/13/2016
    Hi,
    Can you tell me if superseal25 is available to be shipped to Connecticut. If not, what would you recommend? My #1 pupose of sealing my pavers is to darken them (wet look). The area that will be treated is a large pool patio.
    Thanks,
    Rich
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 09/28/2015
    I am sorry but never heard of Sonaborn Curing @ seal. Do you know the chemical makeup of it and has it turned white or yellowed in discoloration?
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    Larry Hartman · 09/28/2015
    Customer has a stamped patio that was sealed with Sonaborn Curing @ seal. What do I need to do to reseal with super seal?
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    Angela Siler · 05/07/2015
    I applied a water-based acrylic stain and sealer to my concrete patio today. I would like the patio to have a wet-look appearance. Can I apply Superseal25 Semi-Gloss on the patio over the water-based stain and sealer? If so, how long should I wait to apply it? If not, what is the best water-based sealer to use to give the darkened, wet-look appearance that I desire.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/19/2015
    It should not be slippery unless you have a buildup of old sealer on the pavers. It mat be a little slippery for the first 1-2 weeks until full cure. You can also add our Super Grip for traction if you would like.
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    Ken P · 03/19/2015
    Will the SuperSeal25 Semi-Gloss make my pavers around my Florida pool deck slippery when wet? Is there a better sealer that will bring out the color, and still not be slippery?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 01/08/2015
    Greg,

    If using the same sealer then just prep by cleaning with water. Let dry for 48 hours before sealing.
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    Greg · 01/08/2015
    I have a stamped patio that was sealed 2 years ago. It is time to reseal it this spring. I wanted to know if there was any special prep that needs to be done to cover the existing sealer that still remains.
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    mleng · 08/12/2013
    Let me try to explain it better. The overall color of the patio is not uniform whether it's dry or wet. I think it's designed that way to simulate natural rocks. The flat and smooth areas are lighter in color and the rough/wrinkled areas are darker. After I had the incident with the basement flooding, the bleaching effect from the basement water made the color to fade more on smooth/flat areas of the patio, while the rough/wrinkled areas of the patio retained more colors.

    To answer your question about the colors when wet: when the patio gets wet, the darker areas gets darker, the faded areas also gets a little darker, but the increase of darkness is less for the faded areas than the darker areas.

    I don't want to go through the trouble to add color to the sealer, and I will accept the fact that the faded areas will always be this way. It's not really too bad because stones in nature never have the same uniform color anyway. I just want to make sure I have the right kind of sealer to protect the surface and hopefully not make the fading worse. Thanks.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 08/10/2013
    Does it look uniform though when wet with water?
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    mleng · 08/08/2013
    When the patio is wet, the colored areas definitely gets darker than the faded areas.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 08/08/2013
    When wet with water does everything look evenly darker in appearance or do those areas still stand out?
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    mleng · 08/07/2013
    I live in Buffalo, NY area. The patio was done by the previous home owner 8 years ago when the house was built. We bought the house 4 years ago and never did anything, due to ignorance and laziness. Now I start to notice fine spider-web like cracks on the surface, which seemed to indicate freeze/thaw damage. I hope it's not too late to seal. By the way, I don't know the previous owner ever sealed it or not. Even if he did, after 4 years, all traces of sealer are probably all gone now.

    The patio has “stone texture” finish, i.e. an uneven reddish color with wrinkles and rough ridges on the surface to simulate the natural stone surface. 4 years ago, shortly after we moved in, we had a failed sump pump and flooded the basement. We had lots of cardboard boxes and plastic bins yet to be unpacked from the move. They all got wet. I moved them out of the basement and laid on the patio to dry for a couple of days. Right after that, I noticed that the color of those areas where those boxes and bins sat on, began to fade. It's almost like the basement water had some type of bleaching effect to the patio surface. Since the color of the concrete was uneven to begin with, those faded areas didn't look too bad.

    So, with this background info, my questions are: what's the best sealer to use, and would the sealer make those faded areas look better (by darkening them) or look worse (by darkening the other non-faded areas more)? Thank you.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/15/2013
    This will not work and we do not have anything that will for a fountain.
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    Steve Blinn · 06/14/2013
    Is this product good for sealing the inside of bowls of a fountain. If not what do you recommend?

    Thank you,

    Steve
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/04/2013
    We do not have a sealer that will 100% seal what you are trying to do. I do not think it is possible either.
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    Kevin · 06/04/2013
    i have a quesion:

    i have a 2nd story, 150 Ft2 deck that has ceramic tile on it that is outside and exposesd to rain, sun , ect. It is 2 deg slop that drians water away from the house
    There is a bedroom under the deck down staris , that has water damage from a slow leak from the roof tiles above it. and the sheet rock is bubbleing and getting detroyed after a 2 yrs of slow water pentration .
    My quesion is this:

    WHAT IS THE BEST PRODUCT TO WATER SEAL THE TILE. not just water repellant, but to actually seal the tile so water cant penetrate the groutn lines , the cracks in the grout, ... and is still clear and will not cloud due to the sun

    thank you
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 01/06/2013
    Yes but we do not offer the tints on this site. Please do a search for: "Super Seal Tints" in Google.
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    mark · 01/06/2013
    Can I color tint with the super seal 25 product and if so what should I use?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/01/2012
    SuperSeal25 is a solvent based sealer that penetrates and sits on top of the surface slightly.
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    philip · 03/01/2012
    Is superseal a film forming product or a water based product. I all ready have one coat of a water based product on my pavers
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    Gabe Hein · 02/05/2012
    I work at matthew knight arena in Eugene Oregon. We are thinking about doing a repolish on our main concourse and are looking for a good possible water resistant sealer that is food service compatible.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 01/29/2012
    You cannot "fix" the old sealer's slipperiness by adding a sealer on top. You would need to strip all of the old sealer off and start over. Another option is to add SuperGrip ([url]Super-Grip.html[/url]). This is an additive for the SuperSeal25 that increases traction.
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    judy · 01/29/2012
    I have stamped patterned concrete around a swimming pool. In the past I used professional and the sealants went on too thick and filled the crevices and make it too slippery when wet. I am looking to do it myself this time. Do you have a recommendation for a product that will provide protectiopn to the concrete without making it too slippery.

    Thank you