Seals and protects stamped concrete, decorative concrete, brick, stone and other masonry surfaces from damage and color loss while enhancing the similar to a “wet look”.
MasonrySaver® Decorative Concrete Sealer is a non-yellowing acrylic polymer blend sealer formulated for use on properly cured stamped concrete surfaces. Can be applied over both water based and solvent based sealers that have been used previously without having any adhesion issues.
Designed for use on both interior and exterior concrete, MasonrySaver® Decorative Concrete Sealer is suitable for use on a variety of surfaces where a durable gloss finish is desired including concrete patios, driveways, sidewalks and even garage floors.
- Stamped Concrete
- Decorative Concrete Surfaces
- Brick Pavers
- Acid Stained Patios
- Garage Floors
- Basement Floors
- Can be applied over previously treated surfaces with solvent-base sealer
- Water-based formula for easy application and rapid dry time
- Provides an attractive, gloss finish to masonry and concrete surfaces
- Protects masonry and concrete surfaces from color fade
- Seals concrete surfaces making them washable and easy to maintain
- Non-yellowing, clear finish
- Durable concrete protection with “hot tire” resistance
LIMITATIONS: Not suitable for use over asphalt surfaces. This product is designed for use on horizontal or vertical surfaces. Do not use on below-grade surfaces that are subject to severe hydro-static pressures. When using in areas subjected to hot tire traffic, allow adequate time for product to cure before putting the area back into surface. When applying over previous coating, hot tire resistance maybe compromised. Do not use if the area will be exposed to softer, high performance tires. Will not “fix” old sealers or coatings that have blushed or turned milky white.
Would this product be good for stamped decorative concrete around a pool, or would you recommend something different?
Yes, works great for stamped concrete.
Great for a wet look on stamped concrete!
Can I roll this product on?
can this product be suitable for an aggregate driveway?
I currently have a solvent based sealer on my stamped concrete patio. What sort of prep work is required for application of MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer? Is the use of a solvent on the current coating required before application of this acrylic sealer, or will simple cleaning/degreasing of the surface suffice?
As long as the current sealer has not turned white or discolored, you can just pressure wash for prep.
Pool deck and patio are a stamped concrete previously sealed with a laquer base. Can I use this product? How many gl for 1100sq ft?
As long as you prep well and the previous coating has not discolored, you should be okay. About 10-15 gallons for two coats.
slip resistance, anti-slip
It is typically not slippery.
[quote name=”A. Deschane”]I am looking for a concrete sealer for my natural concrete drive. How long does your products last in Florida? Is the concrete sealer the right product? It does not list regular concrete on use list. My drive is plagued by mildew, and tannin stains.
I the Solvent base a more durable product?[/quote]
This sealer is for decorative concrete surfaces. You would want this product for a natural look on plain poured concrete:
I am looking for a concrete sealer for my natural concrete drive. How long does your products last in Florida? Is the concrete sealer the right product? It does not list regular concrete on use list. My drive is plagued by mildew, and tannin stains.
I the Solvent base a more durable product?
[quote name=”max”]I have poured a 20 ft by 20 ft concrete pad in the mountains of Montana on which we will build a gazebo. Which product or combination of products would you recommend to seal this concrete floor and also provide some what of a wet look? Thanks[/quote]
We do not have a sealer that will give a wet look to plain poured concrete. Wet look sealers are more for decorative concrete surfaces.
I have poured a 20 ft by 20 ft concrete pad in the mountains of Montana on which we will build a gazebo. Which product or combination of products would you recommend to seal this concrete floor and also provide some what of a wet look? Thanks