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The best type of penetrating water repellent sealer to use a concrete, brick, paver, or masonry driveway is a silane-siloxane driveway sealer. Silane-Siloxane sealers chemically react below the surface to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. The hydrophobic barrier will cause water and other...

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Get information about exterior concrete sealer products and what makes one sealer better than another for exterior use. Exterior concrete sealer products are designed and manufactured to endure harsh environmental elements including; wind, rain, snow, sleet, hydrostatic pressure (pressure from below...

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Basement floor paint is very popular because it is inexpensive to buy, and easy to apply. For years, that is what you used if you wanted to seal your basement floor. Times have changed though, and there are better options than paint for your basement floor.

The problem with basement floor paint is th...

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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 slipper...

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Concrete dusting can be caused from a variety of factors including poorly mixed concrete, surface abrasion, age, water or moisture, and a variety of other factors. Regardless of the cause, the solutions are fairly similar. The most common way to reduce concrete dusting is with the use of a sealer. S...

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There are two categories of products that can be applied to concrete to help prevent stains. The first type of product is a coating, which will stop any and all stains from forming on the concrete, and the second type of product is a sealer which will reduce the penetration of liquids and therefore ...

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Protecting new concrete can easily be done with a concrete sealer designed for concrete that has not bee fully cured. Using a concrete sealer before the concrete has been cured can help protect the new concrete from deterioration, cracking, spalling, pitting, and the growth of mold and mildew.

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Wet look concrete sealers are designed to give concrete the appearance of being wet. The resins darken the concrete making it look like the concrete was just wet with water. The surface of the concrete is also enhanced with a nice sheen or gloss.

There is a wide range of wet look concrete sealers on ...

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High shine driveway sealers are more often referred to as high gloss driveway sealers. They are designed to enhance dull and faded coloring, and add a lasting high gloss, shiny finish to the surface. They are available in clear and color options, and come in solvent and water based solutions.

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When it comes to sealing a brick chimney there are a few things to consider. First, check the cap on the chimney. Often times the cap will start to deteriorate and can cause water to get in and travel down into the house. In severe cases, chimney caps have to be repaired or replaced, or the chimney ...

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