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    Tommie Stockley · 05/22/2018
    I have a brick patio that has never been sealed. Tree sap is a problem. What would be the best sealant to use? I am wanting a "wet look" but more interested in a sealant that would last longer than a year or two.
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    SHannula · 05/09/2018
    I am building a 600 sqft paver patio in Boise Idaho. I would prefer the wet look and a sheen such that it does not get slippery. I was thinking a matte or satin, but semi-gloss or gloss would be fine so long as it is not slippery. Ants and weeds will be a problem, so the joint stabilization is important. I am wondering about the merits between the Super Seal 25 Matte and the Defy..one is solvent based, the other is water based. Which will withstand UV longer? Also, once I go with a solvent or water based sealer, can you confirm that future maintenance would require the same sealer to be applied? Thank you.
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      The Sealer Store · 05/09/2018
      Both of these brands will last about the same and can be cleaned and reapplied as needed down the road.
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    rtarpley · 05/04/2018
    Sealed 3 months ago with water base sealer semi gloss, can I now use Super seal ? number to seal to a higher gloss?
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    Frank Ashook · 04/29/2018
    I have and old chipped and dirty Brick paver commercial heavily used walkway. 1. Is it a good idea to seal it with HIGH GLOSS sealer?. 2. Will it be SLIPPERY dry or wet with rain? 3. Can you recommend
    which brand and type to use? Thank you.
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      The Sealer Store · 04/30/2018
      It has to be cleaned first. Once cleaned you can use the Super Seal 30 Sealer. It should not be slippery once fully cured in 1-2 weeks.
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    Donna · 04/25/2018
    My driveway pavers have a couple of stains i can't get out. Since you can't see the stains when the driveway is wet, would a "wet look" sealant be my solution?
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    wilsom · 04/18/2018
    does paver high gloss sealer ever expire. i was wondering sinceni use 2 galloon to do my pavers i was tjinking getring a5 galloon and save it for 5 years and eventually use it it does it expire or go bad
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      The Sealer Store · 04/18/2018
      Yes, it could go bad. The shelf life of an opened pails is 12 months or less.
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    Ron L · 03/08/2018
    I have a patio with concrete paver stones that I need to seal. I am primarily interested in darkening and bringing back out the color of the stones. I do not want a glossy look and am not concerned about sand stabilizing. What product should I use?
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    Jack Miller · 02/23/2018
    I've stripped my pavers and applied polymeric sand and now am waiting for the wet look sealer to arrive (it should be here sometime today). After sanding I noticed that there is "sand dust" on the pavers. If I blow off the dust the sand between the pavers is also getting blown out. Is the "dust" on the pavers a problem and if so what do you recommend to remove the "dust". Thanks for your help. By the way the stripper I bought from you worked great.
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      The Sealer Store · 02/24/2018
      If the dust is from the poly sand then you may run the risk of getting "poly sand haze". I would suggest contacting the manufacturer of the poly sand for some advice on this and how to remove.
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    Phil Conrad · 01/30/2018
    how many coats of Masonarysaver paver sealer are required??
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    Anne Palino · 01/20/2018
    Will paver sealant go bad?
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      The Sealer Store · 01/21/2018
      Please elaborate on your question. In what scenario are you asking?
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    kay · 01/10/2018
    do like wet look
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    kay · 01/10/2018
    i have a brick front entryway outside. Want something to restore color and seal them. Have tried linseed oil.
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    Arnold · 10/20/2017
    What type of sealer to use on non-polished travertine tiles on pool deck.
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    The Sealer Store · 10/01/2017
    Dan Hare:
    What sealer can I use that will not darken the pavers significantly?

    Try this:
    https://www.opwdecks.com/sb-joint-stabilizing-sealer.htm
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    Dan Hare · 09/30/2017
    What sealer can I use that will not darken the pavers significantly?
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    The Sealer Store · 09/21/2017
    George Munas:
    Separate question, some white marks left after stripper removed. Will these go away when I put SB 600 on it?

    If soap residue from the stripper, use this to remove:
    https://www.opwdecks.com/cleaner-degreaser.htm
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    George Munas · 09/20/2017
    Separate question, some white marks left after stripper removed. Will these go away when I put SB 600 on it?
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    George Munas · 09/20/2017
    Some of the Stripper seems to have dried and doesn't come off as easily with pressure washer. Can I add some stripper over it and power wash quicker?
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    The Sealer Store · 09/02/2017
    Valerie Krall:
    I want to seal Michigan stamped concrete patio, walkway, and pavers with the same product. I believe that the rectangle pavers are clay. I would like to stop the weeds between the pavers. Considering Supreme 600 for the whole job. Am I correct?

    Wet look and gloss sealers will not work on clay pavers. Dries blotchy. You can use the SB-600 for the stamped concrete.
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    Valerie Krall · 09/02/2017
    I want to seal Michigan stamped concrete patio, walkway, and pavers with the same product. I believe that the rectangle pavers are clay. I would like to stop the weeds between the pavers. Considering Supreme 600 for the whole job. Am I correct?