Water Based Paving Sealer

Water Based Paving Sealer

Water Based Paving Sealer provides a clear, transparent, non-silicone water repellent coating that will enhance and protect the appearance of low and medium porosity building materials.  The hard film is resistive to water damage, disfigurement by airborne pollutants and its water repellent properties are supplemented by a highly effective biocide to inhibit the growth of fungi, algae and lichens.  Water Based Paving Sealer is both trafficable and highly resistant to UV light.

The use of Water Based Paving Sealer under other waterborne finishes will improve their performance and durability.  Water Based Paving Sealer can be applied over cured decorative coatings that do not show signs of chalking.

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  • Features & Benefits
  • Areas of Use

Features & Benefits

  • Clear satin to gloss finish
  • Hard wearing
  • Resists stains and damage to substrate
  • Resists algal and other growth
  • UV stable
  • Safe and easy to use
  • Highly water repellent

Areas of Use

  • Concrete pavers
  • Reconstituted stone pavers
  • Stencilled concrete
  • Clay pavers
  • Natural stone

How to seal and protect pavers with a water based paving sealer

Instructions

  • YOU WILL NEED

    YOU WILL NEED

    1litre of Water Based Paving Sealer will cover approximately 3-5m² depending on the porosity of the paved area

  • EQUIPMENT

    EQUIPMENT

    Water Based Paving Sealer is easily applied with a paint brush, roller or spray

  • NUMBER OF COATS

    NUMBER OF COATS

    2 coats are required to give a good stain and water repellent seal to paved areas

  • DRYING TIME

    DRYING TIME

    Allow 30 minutes drying time between coats. Allow 2 hours before walking on surface

  • CLEAN UP

    CLEAN UP

    Water Based Paving Sealer is easily cleaned up with water before drying

  • TIPS

    TIPS

    Apply to dry surface. To test moisture, tape down a clear plastic sheet over a small section of the surface to be treated in direct sunlight and leave for 2 hours. If moisture appears on the underside of the sheet the area is too damp

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