SuperSeal25 Semi-Gloss 5 Gallon

$139.99
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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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    Alexis Miller · 06/26/2017
    My contractor recently applied this sealer to a concrete-like (Miracote MPC) surface that had likely heated up beyond the 90 degrees in some cases. Some areas now have an alligator skin appearance -- which is fine as long as the sealer won't fail as a result. And some areas have developed micro cracks in the sealer (probably along micro cracks in the MPC coating) that are whitish in color and appeal to be a break in the sealer. My plan is to leave the alligator skin areas alone and to use a small paintbrush to apply additional sealer over the micro cracks.

    Does this plan make sense?

    Thanks.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 04/24/2017
    Try Xylene solvent on a spot to see if that removes the white.
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    Madeline · 04/24/2017
    Hi, I've recently sanded and sealed my pavers and the seal looks fantastic! However, in a couple of areas under where we've sealed there are white patches that look like dust. They've faded slightly, but in the month since we've sealed the driveway they still haven't gone away. Is this just water that was trapped under the seal? (There were some dirt spots I pressure washed away before sealing) or is this something else? Do I need to put more seal down to get rid of them? What are your suggestions? Thanks!
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 08/30/2016
    You can spray with the Chapin 1949. It is fairly easy. Just make sure that you pump well to start and that you continue to pump while spraying.
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    Robert Murphy · 08/29/2016
    This will be my 3rd time sealing my six year old exposed aggregate driveway, walkways and steps with SuperSeal 25. The past 2 times I used an 18" roller and 4" paint brush. This process took 2 days to complete. My question...would the application be "less" backbreaking and quicker using a sprayer?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 08/12/2016
    It is typically not slippery after full cure of about 2 weeks. It does dry within a couple of hours of application though. This product is a breakable sealer, hence why it is not 100% filming to create a slippery surface.
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    Pamela Quinn · 08/11/2016
    Hello, my property is in South East Florida and we want to clean and seal our brick paver walkway into the clubhouse. I would like it to brighten up the pavers and seal in the sand, but it is a 55+ community and I am concerned with it being slippery. Do I need to be concerned or can you recommend this sealer for a highly used walkway? Lastly, how long after applied can it be walked on?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/03/2016
    No we do not.
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    Charles Lyons · 06/03/2016
    Do you sell Super Seal-25 VT concrete sealer in 1 gal containers?
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    Scott · 05/17/2016
    I am in Florida and I have a 2K foot paver driveway. I desire the wet look but concerned of creating a slippery surface others have experienced using Gloss and Semi gloss products around pools. I am considering the Matte but I have been told those familiar with your product, the SS25 is very close to the Matte and there has been no problems with slick surfaces on driveways using the SS25 and that is the most widely used product. Since I need (4) 5 gallon pails it saves me a little electing the 25 over the Matte. Do you believe the SS25 will best suit my needs or is there any concern with a driveway that have your recommend Matte.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 04/06/2016
    You can add the SuperGrip in the final coat. Should not change the appearance. Make it is evenly mixed into the sealer.
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    Jodi · 04/06/2016
    We just finished applying 2 coats of SuperSeal 25 and it looks like we're going to need to apply one more coat to some of the tiles (some were much more porous than others). I like the shiny look on the tiles but they are a bit slippery when wet. If we added the Super Grip, would that change the appearance of the tiles? Is it OK to apply the SuperSeal with added Super Grip over tiles that have just been sealed? Thanks!
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/30/2016
    Without knowing what the other brand was made of, it is impossible to say. Not all sealers are compatible with each other. In general it would work with most. We sell a Super Grip that can be added.
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    Jon · 03/30/2016
    I live in Utah and have a stamped concrete pool deck that has not been sealed for 2-3 years. It is faded and needs resealing. I don't know what type of sealant was used the last time the deck was sealed. Can this sealant be used over whatever sealant is currently left on my deck? Should I add shark grip to reduce slipping?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 10/13/2015
    The SS25 is for decorative concrete such as pavers, stamped concrete, etc. Do you have this type or plain poured concrete?
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    Julie · 10/13/2015
    I have a 100 year old Oak Tree in my back yard. I also have a lot of concrete. The Oak tree is constantly dropping something on my concrete. Will SuperSeal 25 seal out any stains caused by the droppings of my tree. Also dogs paw prints from dirt that they may carry onto it as well? My concrete seems to be easily stained. I have to use a pressure washer constantly as a wash down of a hose does not get the job done.

    Please Advise.

    -Julie
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 08/13/2015
    Bernie, not you should not apply this over a newly sealed surface. It could "repel" the SuperSeal.
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    Bernie · 08/12/2015
    I live in Naples Florida and had my driveway coated with a water base sealer. Can I use the SuperSeal 30 or 25, after powerwashing.?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/17/2015
    You should not reduce the SS25 with xylene. Use as is.
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    bonita · 06/15/2015
    concrete guy told me to buy superseal 25 and xylene reducer if i wanted to seal my own walkway in the future. what is the xylene used for? he mentioned xylene reducer, for what reason? and if there is a ratio of mixture what is it?
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    Gene Sprouse · 05/29/2015
    Can Super Seal 25 be applied over Super Seal 30 on stamped concrete or what do you recommend. Also can this be used on a pool deck around a salt water pool.

    Many Thanks
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    Ron · 05/05/2015
    Can your products be used /shipped to California? Thanks.
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    Carl Montcalm · 05/03/2015
    Do you ship Superseal 30 or 25 to Windsor Ontario Canada? I'm not sure if it legal here.
    Thanks
    Carl
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/27/2015
    Without knowing the exact chemical make up, it is hard to say yes or no. The SS25 usually needs to be reapplied every two years.
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    mazin · 03/26/2015
    Hi, I had applied 3 years ago sealer (oil base), can I use this one over it? what steps should I follow? how long does it last?
    thanks
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 02/28/2015
    When doing Stamped Concrete you should roll the sealer on, especially around a pool.
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    Volker Wrampe · 02/27/2015
    After applied.Sealer how do I have to clean the Sprayer
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    Volker Wrampe · 02/27/2015
    I have Stamp Concrete around my Pool and would like to use the Sealer 25 Semigloss wold you recommend that product along with your suggested Sprayer?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 12/30/2014
    The SuperSeal25 is a breathable sealer and can be applied within a day or two of pressure washing.
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    Tim Long · 12/29/2014
    How long after pressure washing can I apply SuperSeal 25. I live in central Florida and have used Xylene based sealers just always have to wait for that perfect time to apply. Thanks