SuperSeal30 Gloss 1 Gallon

$32.99

SuperSeal30 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.

SuperSeal30 can be applied with a 1/2" roller cover. You cannot use a sprayer.

SuperSeal30 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 high 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 30 is not suggested for Clay Pavers.

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    Matt · 08/24/2018
    You guys make THE BEST sealer we have ever used. Honestly, ONLY sealer I’ll ever use! Thanks for making a great product, 2nd to NONE!
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/13/2013
    Don, you cannot out that on top. You need to strip off the water based Acrylic (probably Behr) first.
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    Don Wisniewski · 06/13/2013
    I have stamped concrete in my yard. It was put in two years ago. I had put 3 coats of a water based acrylic sealer on it then. I am not happy with the results. Can I put your urethane sealer over it now? I like how the cement looks when I wash it off (wet) and I am hoping your finish will give me that desired look.
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    luann · 06/13/2013
    Is this product good to use on travertine tile to make it have a finished glossy look?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 04/24/2012
    Many people have used this product for concrete counter tops.
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    Dale · 04/24/2012
    can this be used on concrete countertops?