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    gene albury · 07/11/2019
    how long after sealing pavers is it ok to rain on them?
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    Lambo · 05/17/2019
    I used Eagle Gloss coat on my 500 sq' paver patio 2 years ago. Apparently I did not apply enough because the parts most exposed to the sun are well faded. Will your SuperSeal 25 or 30 work on another solvent based product. Also, is it slippery when wet? Do you recommend and carry polymer sand or regular fine beach sand?

    Thanks
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      The Sealer Store · 05/17/2019
      We do not carry or ship sand as it is not cost effective. Ploy sand does help with preventing sand loss. As for applying the SS 25 or 30 over the Eagle, you should be fine as long as that product has not turned white or discolored. It is typically not slippery when wet but if you have a build up of coatings through the years, you could have some issues.
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    Vinny · 04/23/2019
    I put luster seal 350 on it turned all white says its non yellowing Is super seal 30 a better sealer
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      The Sealer Store · 04/24/2019
      Yes, but you will have to fully remove the Luster Seal first. Adding SS30 on top of the Lustr Sel will not fix the problem.
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    clark · 03/23/2019
    sealed the driveway, waited 3 days then drove on it and have dark tire tracks. One week and 2 days out and the surface still feels tacky What could of happen??
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    Regina · 01/10/2019
    How long can unused paver sealant be stored
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      The Sealer Store · 01/10/2019
      1-3 years but depends on if opened and it needs to be stored in a temperature controlled room.
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    clark · 01/06/2019
    Do you recommend a sand that should be used with your paver sealers?
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      The Sealer Store · 01/07/2019
      Any jointing paver sand will work. Make sure it is dry, not wet when you sweep it in.
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    Art · 12/02/2018
    I live in Vero Beach , Fl. I have brick paver driveway that needs to be sealed. I would like a semigloss finish. What product would you suggest .
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    Cathy · 09/29/2018
    What is the difference between super sealer 25 and super sealer 30. I have ordered your stripper and if it looks good, I will buy the super sealer but don’t know which one to get.
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    Kate · 08/31/2018
    I have a newly installed, never sealed, brick paver porch. I want a sealer with wet look, (no shine), matte finish and ordered SupremeShield SB 600. Is this the right product ? I understand it will appear a darker color. Thank you so much!
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    ken speicher · 06/21/2018
    I have clay brick patios and walkways. I get a lot of moss / algae growing in shady areas. Will sealing help this? What sealer should I use? How long should I expect it to last?
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    ken
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      The Sealer Store · 06/21/2018
      Sorry but a sealer does not stop moss from growing on top of the bricks.
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    Mays Home Repair · 06/18/2018
    I am stripping sidewalk pavers using your SuperStripper, cleaner and degreaser. I plan on resealing using Supreme Shield SB-600. How can I be assured they won't turn milky white again?
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      The Sealer Store · 06/19/2018
      The SB-600 is breathable and does not discolor by turning white. White haze though can happen for many different reasons that are not related to a sealer. Examples: Poly Sand Haze, efflorescence salts, etc.
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    SHannula · 05/30/2018
    I successfully applied Defy Paver Sealer to my concrete paver patio in Boise, Idaho. I applied two coats at about the recommended rate. 99% of the area looks great. However, there are a few blotches about the size of my hand/palm that resulted from the sealant pooling and drying with a different characteristic. Is there a way to selectively remove the sealant and reapply such that it removes the blotch and blends with the good areas? How do I remove the sealant? Any precautions?
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      The Sealer Store · 05/30/2018
      Sorry, but no, it is not possible to spot remove and or make it blend with a touch-up.
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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.