SuperSeal30 Gloss 5 Gallon

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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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Note: Super Seal 30 is not suggested for Clay Pavers.

Super Seal 30 Comes in Clear and Brown Tinted

Super Seal 30 in Clear on Exposed Aggregate

Super Seal 30 Clear

Super Seal 30 in Brown Tinted on Exposed Aggregate

Super Seal 30 Brown Tinted

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    Steve Brannon · 04/17/2013
    Will SuperSeal30 be alright to seal an outdoor concrete dining table that has been dyed and sanded by hand with 220 grit? I will also want to apply a beeswax after sealing?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 08/23/2012
    Hazing can happen form many reasons and typically is from over application or trapped moisture. Typically it is trapped moisture. I would apply a little solvent such as xylene to the affected areas. it should remove the hazing.
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    erickj · 08/22/2012
    After two heavy coats of super seal I am still seeing a little haze. The drive was power washed with a 3000 psi washer and dried for days. I waited about two to three weeks before the second coat was applied. It was june when it was done so temp was good. Could it be a problem with the aggergate or with the sealer or either?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/01/2012
    The only way to fix you issue is to remove the failed sealer with a stripper and start over: Concrete Sealer Stripper ([url]Concrete-Sealer-Remover.html[/url])
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    Matt · 05/31/2012
    I am looking to re-seal my stamped concrete patio that was installed a year ago. The color is supposed to be a deep and rich burgundy color but white/gray colors have overtaken many areas. I attempted to re-emulsify that sealant by rolling on two coats of Xylene. When wet, the color is correct but once it dries the white/gray reappears in affected areas. I was under the advice to remove the previous sealer (unknown) by wiping Xylene on the surface with a rag then applying a new sealer. Would the SuperSeal30 gloss permanently darken these spots (color is correct when wet)and be an appropriate fix?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 05/21/2012
    It should work but I have never heard of anything called "textured skin"
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    joe v · 05/21/2012
    I'm looking to apply a sealer for the first time since the concrete was installed 3 years ago. It was sealed initially. The description of the installation was called a "textured skin". I would like to enhance the highlights of the concrete. Would you recommend this product?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 04/16/2012
    Sorry but there is not any dealers in your area. We can ship to you with.
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    Casey Talbert · 04/16/2012
    Is there someplace that stocks the Super Seal 30 near Bradenton Florida? We are about 45 minutes south of Tampa on the coast.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 04/10/2012
    The SuperSeal30 is our high gloss sealer. One coat is needed and coverage is 500 sq. feet per pail. You would need 4 pails for the 2000 sq. feet.
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    Richard · 04/10/2012
    Looking for a super wet look product that is easy to apply and can hold up to the desert heat. We have approx 2000sf. of pavers that should be completed in a couple of days. We want to enhance and protect them but do not want to risk ruining them at the same time.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 04/07/2012
    Actually both. It soaks in and slightly films. It is a breathable sealer as well.
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    Uday · 04/06/2012
    I have recently installed concrete pavers and am thinking of sealing with SuperSeal30. I am curious if this is a penetrating sealer or if it forms a film. Thanks.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/26/2012
    Acid washing does not work on previously sealed surfaces.

    Yes the SuperSeal30 is a great sealer for driveways and will hold up to vehicle traffic.

    2 years is normal for driveways. Nothing will last longer.
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    cunfuzed · 03/26/2012
    i have a very large stamped driveway and sidwalk will this hold up well against vehicle traffic? also should i acid wash the driveway b4 appliying? the driveway has been resealed 2 times in 10 years and does'nt seem to last more than 2 years is there something that lasts longer?any reccomendations would be apreciated. 1 more do you ship this to nj
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/24/2012
    Clear since it is a solvent based sealer. White is only water based sealers.
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    Wade Hall · 03/24/2012
    Does the Super 30 gloss solvent based sealer start off white in color or clear in color?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 03/23/2012
    The SuperSeal30 is acrylic based.
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    angelo · 03/22/2012
    is superseal30 acrylic or urethane
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 02/24/2012
    Before will help solidify the sand. If rolling the sealer:

    1. Make sure that the sand is down at least a 1/4 inch from the top of the pavers. Lower is better with the sand. Use a leaf blower to get the sand evenly down in the cracks.

    2. Use a yellow "sponge" type roller. These have a tendency to not get as deep in the joint cracks.

    3. Pay attention! If you see sand getting stuck in large clumps on top of the pavers, stop! Easier to fix a small section then the entire driveway.
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    Larry E. Allen · 02/23/2012
    Sorry guys just want to make sure about re-sanding. Should I re-sand before or after the sealer. My understanding is before and to be sparing with the sand as it doesn't need to come up to the top of the pavers. Thanks for your patience as can only afford to do it once every 2 years and want to make sure.

    Larry
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 02/23/2012
    Yes but a couple of notes:

    SuperSeal30 is solvent based not oil based.

    Rolling is fine but you do need to be careful with newly installed sand. Rollers can "pull" the sand out of the joints, leaving sand on top of the pavers. You need to be careful that this does not happen.
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    Larry E. Allen · 02/23/2012
    I have 1300 square feet of paver brick drive way. Its clean with no oil or stains. I propose using super seal 30 high gloss after washing off. Letting it dry completely a day or two. re sanding and apply the superseal 30 high gloss by roller which from my understanding is a oil based solution. I live in central Florida am I on the right track is my question.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 02/21/2012
    Yes the SuperSeal30 will work for your pavers. It darkens the color and leaves a gloss shine. Non-yellowing breathable sealer that it is not prone to turning milky white.

    Easiest to apply with a "sponge" type roller. Just dip the roller into the bucket and spread at 100 feet per gallon.

    Thanks!
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    Wayne Miller · 02/21/2012
    I appreciate reading all the reviews and your information on the superseal 30. It has been very informative. I'm getting ready to seal my recently installed pavers on my pool deck. I had Tremron pavers installed and I live in Forida. I just want to be sure this is the right product. I do want the wet look and to darken the colors on my pool deck. Am I on the right path? I do not want this to leave a white residue and as such I will seal when it's completly dry. What nap/brand roller is recommended for the superseal 30 and how best to apply...dip the roller right into the 5 gallon bucket, pour the sealer into a mteal paiters pan and roll from there, etc. Your information is most helpful.

    Regards,
    Wayne Miller
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 02/12/2012
    All the sealers we sell are non-yellowing.
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    Larry E. Allen · 02/11/2012
    Hope these products are non yellowing because have heard horror stories about sealers from local retailers.
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 01/31/2012
    Yes this would work for indoors but it would have a very strong odor. Might want to look at this instead:

    MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer ([url]MasonrySaver-Decorative-Concrete-Sealer-5-Gallon.html[/url])
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    J Lovitt · 01/31/2012
    I laid down a thin coat concrete that I stained, in my entryway, dining and living room it is textured and not shiny at all. Can I apply this to get give it a sleek shiny look indoors?
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    scott paul · 01/24/2012
    The shine level depends on the porosity of the substrate, how many coats applied, and if the surface has been sealed before.

    In general it has a very good gloss but creating a "glass" like look to the surface is a bad idea.