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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.

Best Practice Tips For Reapplying A Concrete Sealer On Stamped Concrete

Water Based Acrylic Sealer: If the stamped concrete is currently sealed wi...

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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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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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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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Sealing your garage floor doesn't need to be an expensive or time consuming process, and it isn't rocket science. Most garage floor sealers can easily be applied with a roller or sprayer, and the garage floor can be sealed in as little as 30 minutes depending on the type of sealer used. 

 

There are a...

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Sealing a paver patio is easy, and can be done in just a few simple steps. How you seal a paver patio will depend on the type of paver patio sealer you are using.

How to Seal a Paver Patio with a Penetrating Sealer

The best penetrating paver patio sealer to use is a Silane Siloxane water repellent sea...

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The best way to clean concrete is with a pressure washer. If the concrete is in fairly good condition and shows no signs of stains, a regular pressure washer is great. If the concrete has years of stains, gum, or mold, then a heated pressure washer is a better alternative. Pressure washing can help ...

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There are many ways in which moisture can enter into a basement. The most common ways in which moisture can enter into poured concrete basement include:

  • The pores of the concrete
  • Cracks in the floors and walls
  • Coveseams (where the walls meet, and where the walls meet the floor

It is important to keep in...

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Silane and Siloxane sealers are two of the most reliable and widely used sealers within the concrete and masonry world.  Products such as Foundation Armor’s SX5000 combine both Silane and Siloxane to give contractors, business owners and homeowners a potent blend for maximum protection.

While Silane ...

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