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How to Reseal Stamped Concrete

How you reseal stamped concrete will depend on the type of concrete sealer currently down, and what you want the stamped concrete to look like once sealed.

Penetrating Sealer: If you have a penetrating sealer down, like a Silane-Siloxane water repellent, and you want to reseal it with a water repelle...

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While it is always best to follow a manufacturer's suggestions for when and how to apply a concrete sealer, we have found the best time to apply most concrete sealers is in the late afternoon or early evening.  During the late afternoon, any moisture present from condensation or morning dew will hav...

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What is the difference between the Armor AR350 and Armor AR500 wet look concrete sealers, and which wet look concrete sealer is better?

That is a very common question, and the answer is quite simple. The Armor AR350 and Armor AR500 are both pure acrylic lacquer sealers that darken the surface of conc...

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The best temperature to apply a concrete sealer is 45-85 degrees Fahrenheit. The air temperature is not the only factor to consider when applying a concrete sealer. Other factors include the temperature of the concrete and the time of the day. 

 

Air Temperature: In a perfect world, concrete sealers s...

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Concrete can be very slippery when wet, especially if the surface of the concrete is smooth troweled, polished, or dense. There are a few different things that can be done to help make the concrete more slip resistant:

  1. You can apply slip resistant pads or grip tape to various areas of the concrete to...
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All Foundation Armor penetrating concrete sealers and acrylic concrete sealers are considered to be all weather concrete sealers because they are designed to withstand everything from cold New England temperatures to hot Arizona sun. 

All Weather Water Repellent Concrete Sealers

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Acetone based concrete sealers are escentially solvent based concrete sealers. Solvent based concrete sealers are typically suspended in either Xylene or acetone, and when the concrete sealer is applied, the xylene and acetone evaporate and all that is left in or on the concrete is the sealer.

The mo...

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There are two reasons why concrete sweats. The first and most common reason why concrete sweats is that the concrete is cold and the air is warm. When the concrete is cold and the air is warm, the moisture in the air hits the cold concrete and condensation forms on the surface. Have you ever taken a...

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Concrete fades from exposure to UV rays, surface abrasion, foot and vehicle traffic, and age. In some cases, the concrete will need to be recolored, but in most cases, the use of a high quality sealer will instantly renew any dull and faded coloring. 

Best Concrete Sealers for Dull and Faded Concrete...

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Penetrating garage floor sealers are sealers that penetrate into the garage floor and chemically react without changing the look or color of the garage floor. They are designed to protect the concrete without changing the look or color, and reduce issues such as cracking, spalling, pitting, staining...

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