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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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How long does it take concrete esaler to dry? The amount of time it takes for concrete sealers to dry will depend on the type of concrete sealer used.

  • Silicate Concrete Sealers: Silicate sealers are used to reduce dusting and increase the surface strength of the concrete. They won't change the look o...
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You will need to seal your driveway every 1-10 years depending on the type of driveway sealer used. The most common types of driveway sealers for concrete, brick, aggregate, and paver driveways are:

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Best Concrete Driveway Sealers

The best concrete driveway sealer for your concrete driveway will depend on what you want the concrete driveway to look like once sealed, and your reason for sealing.

Look of the Concrete Driveway

If you want your concrete driveway to look unsealed, and you don't want a w...

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Concrete takes 28 days to fully cure and most concrete sealers require that the concrete is cured before sealing. There are however some sealers, referred to as Cure and Seals, that are designed specifically for concrete 2-28 days old. They are acrylic based sealers that contain Styrene and the Styr...

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There are several factors that contribute to how long a concrete sealer actually lasts for, but the life of many types of concrete sealers will fall into a very specific 

  • Silicate Concrete Sealers: Silicate concrete sealers never break down. They spark a chemical reaction in the concrete in order to ...
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How long do concrete sealers last?

Well, there isn't just one blanket answer to that question. The actual life of a concrete sealer depends on the concrete sealer type, and and when the concrete sealer was applied, and what the concrete sealer was applied to.

Silicate Concrete Sealers: Silicate sealer...

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Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete

Concrete discoloration comes in the form of dark spots, stripes, blotchy areas, and color differences. There are many causes of discoloration on a concrete surfaces and the solution will vary depending on the cause.

Discoloration Issue...

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Common Acrylic Concrete Sealer Problems & How To Prevent and Fix Them

Oil based acrylic sealers (a.k.a. solvent acrylic or wet look sealers) are commonly used on exterior and interior concrete for aesthetic appeal and concrete protection (e.g. resistance to abrasion, dusting, staining, cracking, spal...

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Solvent based acrylic sealers are the easiest type of acrylic sealer to apply and maintain. They are often applied with a roller or sprayer, and recoat is done every 2-5 years.

How to Apply a Solvent Based Acrylic Sealer

The video below goes over how to apply a solvent based acrylic sealer. For a wet ...

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