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    Tom Ac · 06/30/2021
    I have 3 different paver areas (3years old, 2 years old, 1 year old respectively), all areas are Unilock BeaconHill Flagstone Pavers. None of the areas currently have had a sealer applied. What would you recommend as a process to seal? Should i use a powerwasher, then cleaning product, then use a solvent based sealer?? 
    If so what products do you recommend. Currently thinking the SureClean and SuperSeal25 sealer...
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      The Sealer Store · 06/30/2021
      If just dirt, then pressure wash clean. Only use a cleaner if you have grease, oil, etc.
      Super seal 25 is our top selling option.
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    Dave Wyatt · 05/18/2021
    I sealed my pool deck and lanai pavers 3 years ago with a water based sealer.  I would like to reseal them and hopefully get some color enhancement.  What do you recommend?
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    Lisa · 01/19/2021
    My pavers get too hot in Las Vegas. Will glazing them help reduce the temperature of the pavers?
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      The Sealer Store · 01/19/2021
      No, it is not possible to reduce the temperature from hot sun.
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    Tricia · 11/13/2020
    Professional sealed my clay bricks. They stayed sticky and stained muddy gray. He tried power washing to no avail. What can I do without ruining these bricks?
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      The Sealer Store · 11/13/2020
      You will have to remove it. Send some pictures and what type of sealer did they use?
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    Robert Griffis · 10/08/2020
    I just bought some of your Clemons Concrete Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper.

    I want to do the job on my driverway in small sprints over a period of days. I noticed there is a opening on the top of the can. Do I open this open, poor some out, and then close it? Will I be able to seal the can back up if I do this? How do I use small amounts at a time and keep the stripper fresh in the can? I am doing this myself.

    Rob
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      The Sealer Store · 10/08/2020
      Open and pour out as needed. it would not go bad for many weeks after being opened.
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    Dennis · 09/26/2020
    Found this on the internet :If it was a water-based sealer, then you can safely reseal using either a solvent-based or water-based sealer. If a solvent-based sealer was originally used, you'll want to reseal using a solvent-based sealer.
    So wondering since SB 600 is solvent based can I apply it over a water based silane/siloxane resin sealer?
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      The Sealer Store · 09/26/2020
      No, and the info you read is incorrect. Has to be the same base.
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    Sharon · 09/08/2020
    We applied a water based high gloss paver sealant to our patio two weeks ago. The high gloss is not the look we hoped for, lacks definition. We are wondering if we can add another application of a water based wet sealant product?
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    Carolyn · 09/06/2020
    We applied paver sealer to patio pavers early this morning. 12 hours later they are still tacky. Do we need to wait to apply a second coat?
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    jamie · 09/06/2020
    I am looking for the best breathable sealer for a newly installed SW Florida pavered pool deck. Looking for a non-yellowing/ non- whiting, can be cleaned and reapplied without stripping when time comes to re-seal, best for full sun and hot temperatures, and non slippery.
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    Lou · 09/01/2020
    I am looking to use SB 7700 sealer and there is a chance of rain within 12 hours of the application, will this was sealer away or what other issues may we have if we do not give it the recommended 24 hour wait time for rain? Lou-
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    James Coley · 08/27/2020
    I did not order enough of the supreme shield SB 600. Can I change brand names as long as it's the same look without a noticeable difference.
    Thank you for your response
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    Carolyn · 07/26/2020
    We had our pavers cleaned and sealed in 90 degree weather and rained after 24 hours and has rained everyday for a while then it becomes sunny ,hot and humid. They are still sticky after a week. Is this normal?
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      The Sealer Store · 07/26/2020
      No, that is not normal but the rain did not cause this. More likely over application of the sealer.
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    Melissa · 07/17/2020
    Or can I use SB-6000 for both the bluestone and the clay pavers?
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      The Sealer Store · 07/17/2020
      No. As we mentioned, wet looks sealers will not work on your surface types.
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    Melissa · 07/17/2020
    Hello,

    I called the store this morning. Could you make recommendations for these two applications?
    Bluestone patio; Would like sealer that would bring out the blue (like when it rains). I do not need a super glossy surface, a sheen or satin would be nice.

    Red clay pavers; set on a concrete bed with loose sand grouting. I would like a sealer that again would perhaps bring out the red (like when it rains) and slight sheen.

    Thank you for your assistance! I would like to order as soon as possible.
    Sincerely,
    Melissa
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      The Sealer Store · 07/17/2020
      Wet look sealers will not work well on natural stone as the sealer may dry blotchy or uneven. Same with the clay pavers, it will not work.
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        Melissa · 07/17/2020
        What is your first choice then for bluestone? and for clay pavers? I will go with those. Thank you for your advice.
        Melissa
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    Melissa Haas · 07/10/2020
    I need to add that I have clay pavers I believe. Melissa
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    Manny in Cali · 07/08/2020
    My contractors sealed our backyard pavers using the high gloss glaze n seal lacquer (not water based).

    It's been a week, no humidity, direct sunlight , temps of 82 deg avg (in California) and the surface still has a stickiness to it.

    I'm assuming this means that it hasn't cured yet because the coat was heavily over applied. Is there any way to speed up the process?

    Can I power wash these pavers to remove some of the lacquer? Or do I need to strip it?
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    Dave Berkman · 06/17/2020
    I have brand new pavers that I want to seal. I like the look as is, wet they change colors and I prefer closest to natural color as possible. Also if possible joint sealer to keep sand and dirt out.


    have second area that is much older and color faded off. What can be used to restor some color and seal? Joint sealer also if posisble

    thanks!!
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    Todd · 05/28/2020
    It looks like it didnt post my picture again. Ill try again
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    Todd · 05/28/2020
    Hi. I live in PA and need some help on selecting a product. Below is a photo of my patio which was after it rained so it is wet but when dry is very gray/faded. I would like to bring it back to life. Maybe bring some color an gloss or wet look? What product would you reccomend and what would be the process?
    Thanks
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    Todd · 05/28/2020
    Hi. I live in PA and need some help on selecting a product. Below is a photo of my patio which was after it rained so it is wet but when dry is very gray/faded. I would like to bring it back to life. Maybe bring some color an gloss or wet look? What product would you reccomend and what would be the process?
    Thanks