Water repellent sealers do just that, repel water. They chemically react below the surface to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores that caused water and other liquids to bead off the surface. They do not leave behind a surface film or coating, they do not make the surface more or less slippery, and they are designed to last up to 10 years before the need for a recoat. The most common types of water repellent sealers are Siliconate water repellents, like the Armor SC25, and Silane-Siloxane blend water repellents, like the Armor SX5000 and Armor SX5000 WB. Siliconate water repellents require only one coat and Silane-Siloxane sealers require two. Silane-Siloxane blend sealers are better than using a Silane sealer alone, or a Siloxane sealer alone because a blend takes the strengths of each sealer without the weaknesses.

Water repellent sealers do not change the look or color of the concrete. If you were looking for a wet look, high gloss, or colored coating, you want an acrylic sealer like the Armor AR350 or Armor AR500. These types of sealers will leave a visible surface film and will protect water and other liquids from getting to the concrete. They are easy to apply and will last up to 3-5 years before the need for a recoat.


Armor SX5000 Penetrating Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealer and Masonry Water Repellent (5 GAL)

Armor AR350 Solvent Based Acrylic Wet Look Concrete Sealer and Paver Sealer (5 GAL)

Armor AR500 Solvent Based Wet Look High Gloss Acrylic Concrete Sealer and Paver Sealer (5 GAL)

Armor UTN60 Oil and Gas Resistant Aliphatic Urethane Concrete Floor Coating

5 GAL Armor S2000 Concentrated Sodium Silicate Concrete Densifier Sealer and Surface Hardener

Armor SC25 Siliconate Water Repellent Concrete Sealer with Salt Guard (1 GAL)