Glaze n Seal Enhancer and Sealer locks-in sand joints$69.90
Glaze n Seal Enhanced Look Paver Sealer
LOCKS SAND BETWEEN JOINTS AND SEALS IN ONE STEP!
Product Uses: Seals, locks-in sand joints, and enhances porous con-crete, pavers, brick, natural stone (like slate and flagstone). Other uses include block and masonry walls, decorative concrete, and more.
Excellent resistance to stains, oil, efflorescence, weeds and UV fading. Deep color enhancement with no gloss finish is easy to apply and maintain.
- Superior Enhanced Look
- Oil and Grease Resistant
- Resists Color Fading
- Deeper Color
- Lasts Longer
- Optional gloss or no gloss application results.
- Reduces efflorescence
- Reduces freeze thaw effects
- Resists oil, grease rust stains
- Locks sand between joints
- No harmful vapors
- Cleans up with water
- Prevents weed growth
- Low VOC
- LEED eligible
VOC is <100 grams per liter.
Seals, locks-in sand joints and enhances porous concrete, pavers, brick, natural stone (like slate and flagstone). Other uses include block and masonry walls, decorative concrete, and more.
Excellent resistance to stains, oil, efflorescence, weeds and UV fading. Deep color enhancement that is easy to apply and maintain with optional gloss or no gloss application results.
100 to 250 square feet per gallon depending on porosity of surface and method of application.
Prior to the application of Glaze ‘N Seal products, surface must be thoroughly clean and dry. Remove all dirt, oil, grease, paint, efflorescence and non-compatible sealers. General cleaning may be done using Glaze ‘N Seal Heavy Duty Cleaner for Concrete and Masonry. For efflorescence and hard water stains use Glaze ‘N Seal Efflorescence Remover. When acid has been used for any reason, surface must be neutralized. We recommend Glaze ‘N Seal Neutralizing Rinse. Read product container for specific instructions and cautions with any cleaner. Never mix cleaners. Allow at least 24 hours of drying time before sealing (48 hours if power washing has been done or if temperature is cool). Applying sealer to a damp or incompletely cured surface may cause a hazy appearance or loss of adhesion.
After tamping down the joint sand and sweeping the application area clean, be sure the sand is at least 1/8 inch below the surface of the pavers. The sand should be dry to its full depth before sealing for best results.
Note: Before applying product to the entire surface, test several small areas to verify the product’s appearance, penetration and protective ability.
Use garden-type sprayer, low pressure airless sprayer, brush, short nap roller or squeegee for application. Apply one coat in liberal saturating manner so that joints are saturated with PAVER SEALER. Ensure that all joints are flooded to maximize sealer soaking into the dry sand. Roll back or squeegee any excess product to avoid puddling on the surface. Allow additional drying time in moist, cool climates. An optional second coat may be applied after two hours if desired to increase protection and gloss. Do not over apply or puddle.
If a matte finish is preferred, wipe sealer off surface with a clean dry cloth within the first five to ten minutes after application before the sealer dries. Wipe down application method will result in a matte finish with the same reliable protection.
Apply in temperatures between 45°F and 90°F. Air and surface temperature should be above 45oF for 24 hours before and after sealing. Clean up applicator tools with water immediately after use. Do not apply this sealer to areas where sealer will be immersed such as fountains, pools or below grade areas. Do not use on porcelain, polished stone, granite or marble. For professional use only.