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    Steven Paulson · 04/27/2009
    It's been 2 years since sealing my pavers with SuperSeal, and I plan seal them again soon. What type of product do I use to clean the pavers before sealing?
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    The Sealer Store · 04/22/2009
    The paver sealers we sell will seal for 2-4 years but usually will dull in about 2 years in most cases. This is mainly due to the sun and general dirt/grime.

    The highest gloss level we have is the SuperSeal30.
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    Patrick · 04/22/2009
    I would like to seal my 15 year old patio pavers. "Nickolock"
    What would last the longest and product a bright shine "wet look" ?
    Thanks
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    The Sealer Store · 04/12/2009
    The SuperSeal products cover 100 feet per gallon. 2 pails or 1 pail and 3 single gallons would cover the 800 feet.

    Defy Paver Sealer covers 75-150 feet per gallon. You will need two coats of the Defy since it is a water based.
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    Jose · 04/12/2009
    I want to Sealer 800 square feet. How much Sealer do i need? Reply A.S.A.P.
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    The Sealer Store · 04/12/2009
    Hard to say for sure. I would assume they are okay as long as they have not been open.
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    steve Hemphill · 04/12/2009
    I bought two five gallon buckets of super seal about two years ago and never used them. Do you think they will still be good or should I buy new? I don't want to put something down that might damage the pavers or look poor. Thanks!
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    The Sealer Store · 04/06/2009
    Stripping pavers is very difficult and we can not ship paver strippers due to HazMat regulations. Are retail store is located in Rochester Hills, MI if you are close.
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    Mary Sue · 04/06/2009
    We had a high-gloss sealant applied last summer; it is very slippery, especially with snow or ice (we live in Michigan). What is the best way to remove it? I think it was a water based sealant.
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    The Sealer Store · 04/05/2009
    Just make sure the pavers are clean from dirt and debris. If you use water to clean, make sure that it dries for 24 hours prior to applying a paver sealer.
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    Todd Hannahs · 04/05/2009
    I am considering your superseal25 product for my pool deck. My colored pavers look great when wet. But when they dry out they show signs from shipment scratching and look very dull. Should I do anything to prep the pavers before I apply the superseal25 product?
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    The Sealer Store · 03/04/2009
    If you do not want to enhance the color like a wet look, then I would suggest the SuperSeal-M ([url]http://www.opwdecks.com/superseal_m.htm[/url]). This product will not change the appearance but will seal and protect the pavers.
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    Zordani · 03/04/2009
    I'd want something for my pavers, but I really don't like the wet look. Also, nothing fancy, just a regular priced sealer, but not slippery either. Any idea on what to have? Thanks a lot.
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    The Sealer Store · 02/25/2009
    The majority of customers choose the [b]SuperSeal Paver Sealers ([url]http://www.opwdecks.com/brickpaversealers.htm[/url])[/b]. They all have about the same amount of durability and we ship a substanial amount to Florida. The acrylic has little "tiny pinholes" that allow the product to breathe, which also reduces slipperiness. For added traction you could add SuperGrip. This will be available in the next week or so. It is a simple additive.
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    NatP · 02/25/2009
    What would be the best sealer for Florida pool deck pavers. Looking for something that is non-slip and that will last under brutal sun exposure down here. Thanks.
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    ab · 02/10/2009
    Do you carry product that is added to the superseal to prevent slipping?
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    The Sealer Store · 02/04/2009
    Typically every two years for reapplication. It will dull slightly through the years from uv, dirt, grime.

    Not sure on the sprayer. It depends if your sprayer can handle a 25% solid product. Most cannot. It also should be sprayed with a fan tip and not a cone tip.
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    Snyder · 02/04/2009
    Question on the SuperSeal25:

    How often does superseal25 need to be reapplied?

    Can I use my Solo Stainless Steel Handheld Sprayer
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    The Sealer Store · 02/03/2009
    The main reason people seal their pavers is to enhance the natural color, protect from stains/spills, reduce wear.

    You do not have to seal them but if you do, they will last longer and look better.
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    williep · 01/31/2009
    What is the point of sealing my paver patio? I see my neighbors doing it but is the a good reason too?