Glaze N Seal Natural Look Penetrating SealerFrom: $16.95
Glaze N Seal Natural Look Penetrating Sealer
Available: Quart and Gallon
Formulated Specifically For
• Mexican Tile • Brick • Flagstone • Concrete • Artificial Stone • Slate • Stucco • Quarry Tile • Clay Tile
Offers long lasting, economical "Natural Look" stain protection against water based stains for all concrete, masonry, natural stone, unglazed tile, and grout. May also use as grout release.
This sealer reacts with carbon dioxide and atmospheric moisture to form a penetrating water repellent barrier within 24 hours. The extreme low moisture absorption
provided by this sealer shows little change for up to ten years.
• Reduces Efflorescence Problems. • Environmentally Safe. • Mildew Resistant. • Resists Freeze/Thaw Effects.
• Waterproofs Shower Grout and Glass Block Grout. • Use indoors and outdoors. • Natural Look • Invisible Protection
• Water Based • Cleans up with Water • Non-Flammable • No Harmful Vapors • Repels Dirt and Waterborne Stains
100 to 700 square feet per gallon dependent on porosity of the surface and method of application. Apply sealer between 50f and 80F. On warm days porous and semi porous surfaces may be lightly dampened with water prior to sealer application.
Do not apply sealer during rainy conditions or if rain is anticipated within two hours of application.
APPLICATION - Prior to applying sealer always test a small area to verify penetration and satisfaction of appearance. Allow 24 hours to dry and cure.
POROUS SURFACES - Apply to saturation with brush, roller or spray device, one liberal coat. However, DO NOT allow any excess sealer to remain on the surface.
DENSE SURFACES - Apply one light coat with a sponge, sponge mop or clean rag. Be extremely careful to remove any excess sealer from surface before it dries. Always test for suitability prior to total application. If test shows any sign of white precipitate it may be necessary to thin sealer (3 parts sealer to 1 part water) and retest. If visible precipitate continues, contact your supplier.
Allow sealer to dry at least 24 hours to develop maximum water repellent.