SuperSeal30 Gloss 5 Gallon

$149.99
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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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    Linda · 06/16/2018
    what type of roller do I use so as not to get bubbles on the surface?
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      ConcreteSealerStore · 06/17/2018
      What type of surface is it? Rollers typically do not leave bubbles. The sun or heat can create bubbles as it dries on stamped concrete. To avoid this, apply late in the day when the sun is about to go down.
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    Todd · 06/02/2018
    Is SuperSeal 30 safe to use on travertine pavers?
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    marion · 05/02/2018
    how mush grip do you add to 5gal bucket super seal30
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 08/22/2017
    The Super Seal 30 will work for stamped concrete.
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    Sharon Sellhausen · 08/22/2017
    I need to seal a 1300 sq ft stamped patio. The 2 colors are faded and its starting to crack. Which product do you recommend? I need it asap. The original concrete installer is out of business and the quotes I'm getting from others are ridicules. Thank you
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 08/16/2017
    The SS30 is the correct product for this area as well.
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    Kristen Roland · 08/15/2017
    We always Super Seal 30.....Love the shiny wet look it gives.....but if I am going to do a Stamped concrete deck around a salt water pool , will the salt water eventually wear off the seal? Should I use something other than Superseal 30?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 07/16/2017
    Yes you can do this.
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    Darin · 07/15/2017
    Hi there. A little over a year ago, I ordered SuperSeal25 semi-gloss from you and applied it to my driveway and patio (which are brick pavers). I've realized over the past year that I would like a high gloss finish. It's been about 16 months since the last treatment and I live in Florida. Can I apply SuperSeal30 high gloss directly over it? Thanks!
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    JohnDG · 05/22/2017
    Is there a Specsheet and instructions available so I know best temperature to apply?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 05/01/2017
    Without knowing the type and brand of the previous sealer, it has hard to say for certain. Also, white spots can be a sign of a bad sealer that has blushing issues. Adding another sealer on top does not always fix this issue.
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    Cindy Reynolds · 05/01/2017
    We need to reseal our stamped concrete patio. I don't know what type of sealer the previous owners used. The patio has some white spots. Can we just apply the super seal 30 without stripping?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/23/2016
    Roll on stripper at 200 sq. feet a time. Let site for 15 minutes and heavy pressure wash to remove. Repeat until all is stripped. It is helpful to use the Cleaner Degreaser after the stripping is done.
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    leon · 06/23/2016
    Hi,
    I would like the directions for using your concrete sealer stripper.
    Thanks
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    KenC · 06/09/2016
    I will be installing a new paver patio soon. Do I need to pressure wash it prior to applying the sealer?

    Thanks.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/08/2016
    Only online from our website.
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    Sonya · 06/08/2016
    Took your advice and stripped porch and sidewalk pavers, which required more time and effort than expected, but look surprisingly great. Where can I buy SS30 in Greenville, SC?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/01/2016
    We do not have a crack filler that will blend with Stamped concrete.
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    john terzolino · 06/01/2016
    First off thank you for responding so fast. I really appreciate the customer service.

    One last question I have some cracks along the edge of the concrete by the pool and some in the main area. Is there a product i can fill the cracks with that wont change the color and stand out
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/01/2016
    1. If it has a haze, then yes you should remove. It is not an easy chore to strip sealer but can be done. Look at this product:
    http://www.concretesealerstore.com/Concrete-Sealer-Stripper-5-Gallon.html

    Apply in sections of 200 sq. feet at a time and pressure wash off. Repeat until gone. Finals wash with the Cleaner Degreaser:

    http://www.concretesealerstore.com/Cleaner-Degreaser.html

    2. Not the same, but close in performance.

    3. It can be slightly slippery. Best to get the Super Grip:

    http://www.concretesealerstore.com/Super-Grip.html

    4. 2 Pails of Stripper, 2 gallons Concrete Cleaner Degreaser to use after stripper, 2 pails of SS30, and 2 Super Grips.
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    Doc · 06/01/2016
    I have a 8 yr 1200ft stamped concrete with rich browns/red tones. I believe the multiple sealers were used water and non water. When dry the stamped concrete has a white dull haze. I need some clairfication and help.

    1. Do i need to strip old sealer. If so how and is it difficult? What product and are there instructions?

    2. Im getting superseal 30. I have friends in WV i can ship too bc i live in Pa. Or is Voc product the same?

    3. This is stamped concrete around a inground pool. Is the superseal 30 slippery when wet? I dont want kids to fall an get hurt.

    4. 1200sft. How much sealer,grip (if advise) product and strip (if needed)

    Thank you
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 05/27/2016
    1/2" to 3/4". Look at the rollers that look like a yellow sponge.
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    Doug Herrington · 05/26/2016
    I am about to apply super seal 30 to my concrete pavers what size of nap do I use to roll the sealer on
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    viper · 05/16/2016
    Just sealed my 15 year old bomainte with super seal 30, i cant believe how beautiful it came out, looks like it was just poured, prep is key, powerwash all dirt and debris, looks amazing, also used shark grip for non slip. great product. Also tested it on brick pavers, look brand new.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 05/12/2016
    No need to add tint. Look at the SS30 if you want a higher gloss or SuperSeal Matte for a lower shine.
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    Jim G. K. · 05/12/2016
    I have a colored concrete pool deck that needs re-sealing (powdered dye was mixed into the concrete). The color is faded but looks good wet - I prefer a 'wet look' finish anyway. In Missouri, what SS product do you recommend and should is an added tint available/necessary to restore the color? Thanks, Jim.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 04/14/2016
    You can use a product called Shark Grip. Mix thoroughly before applying.
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    Craig · 04/14/2016
    IVE USED THIS PRODUCT TWICE BEFORE AND IT IS AWESOME!!! THIS TIME I WAS CONSIDERING ADDING SAND/GRIP SO IT ISNT SLIPPERY. I WAS GOING TO BUY IT FROM THE PAINT STORE OR EVEN HOME DEPOT. WILL IT RUIN THE SUPER SEAL 30 WET LOOK OR ITS APPEARANCE IN ANY WAY? THANKS
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/30/2016
    The stripper we sell is for outside use only. Not sure if any stripper will work indoors as they all need a pressure washer to work with. Too much mess and fumes when trying to do inside. Might be best to have it grinded off.