Glaze N Seal Concrete and Masonry Impregnator Gallon$74.50
Glaze N Seal Concrete and Masonry Impregnator
Offers premium protection with a natural look. It penetrates deep into any porous concrete and masonry surface. It leaves a long lasting, breathable, protective barrier against oil, grease, water stains and dirt. The low VOC water base formula is easy to apply and maintain-both indoors and outdoors. It is LEED eligible.
- Natural Look
- Penetrating Sealer
- Water Based
Glaze ‘N Seal Concrete and Masonry Impregnator is Ultimate protection against oil, grease and water base stains on all concrete, masonry and stone surfaces. Protects driveways, patios, walkways, garage floors, pool areas, BBQ areas and indoor floors.
Exceptional Oil & Grease Protection with No Gloss!
- Polished Marble
- Easy to Use
- One Coat Protection
- Slip Resistant
- Green, Safe Formula
- Natural Look
- Resists Efflorescence
- Breathable - Can’t Peel
- LEED Eligible
Glaze ’N Seal Concrete & Masonry Impregnator is a premium "state of the art' penetrating oil and water repellent. It maintains a “Natural Look” appearance while forming a barrier that resists moisture, stains (even oil and grease), and mildew. It is breathable. It does not leave a surface coating. The 7.0 ph formula will not etch or damage any stone. Concrete & Masonry Impregnator does not contain any harsh chemicals and is water based, therefore, there are no unpleasant odors or health concerns
For all porous concrete, masonry and stone.
- Plain Concrete
- Colored Concrete
- Stamped Concrete
- Concrete Tile
- Interlocking Pavers
DEVELOPED FOR COMMERCIAL, RESORT, INDUSTRIAL AND RESIDENTIAL AREAS
- Interior and Exterior. Vertical or Horizontal Application
- Kitchen Counter Tops
- Dining, Eating and Food Preparation Floor Areas
- Bathroom, Showers, and Bathroom Rest Areas
- Swimming Pools, Patios and Changing Areas
- Hotel Entrances and High-traffic Concourses
- Parking Garage Floors, Driveways, and Aircraft Hangars
- Loading and Maintenance Areas
Always read product label carefully before using. TEST FIRST! Due to differences in materials, always test product in several small inconspicuous areas to determine suitability of product for your use. Surface must be free of all surface coatings and waxes and must be clean and dry. Apply Concrete & Masonry Impregnator with new clean lamb’s wool applicator, sponge, roller or sprayer. Allow sealant to soak into surface. A second coat may be applied one hour later for added protection. Avoid puddling. Wipe excess impregnator from surface after ten minutes (before it dries) with a clean, absorbent sponge mop, roller or dry towel.
Avoid water contact for 24 hours. Allow surface to dry for four hours before light traffic. Wait 24 hours before vehicle traffic. Keep surface free from staining materials for 72 hours. Allow to dry overnight before grouting.
Cure Time: Stone Sealant Impregnator cures in 24 hours. Allow surface to dry for 4 hours or overnight, before allowing traffic. Keep surface free from staining materials for 72 hours.
NOTE: Apply when temperature is between 50ºF – 90ºF. Avoid puddling and rundown. If sealant comes in contact with surrounding surface, wipe off. If residue appears, remove with white nylon pad and water
Coverage rate of Concrete & Masonry Impregnator varies widely depending on porosity and absorbency rate of sur - face to be sealed. Temperature and application method will also affect coverage.
One gallon will seal between 300-600 square feet. In most instances, expense of labor exceeds material cost of sealing project. Do not under apply the product as the labor cost of doing the job twice exceeds the material costs
Maintenance: Wipe up spills promptly. For occasional, routine cleaning use mild cleaner such as Glaze ’N Seal Neutral Cleaner or Stone Cleaner. Avoid harsh chemicals including bleach and ammonia. Re-coat impregnator as necessary.
WARRANTY Glaze ’N Seal Products liability, either expressed or implied, is limited solely to the replacement of this product when proven to be defective and does not include any labor costs or consequential damages. It is the user’s responsibility to determine the safety, toxicity and suitability of this product