Help Arrow 1Step 1 - Prep the Brick Pavers

Prepping Tip 1: Choose a Paver Cleaner that is specific to what is being removed. Example: Choose a paver stripper to removed an old sealer that has turned white.

Prepping Tip 2: After washing it is best to let the brick pavers dry for 24-48 hours prior to sealing.

Help Arrow 1Step 2 - Seal the Brick Pavers

Sealing Tip 1: Choose a Paver Sealer such as the Super Seal Paver Sealers, Surebond Paver Sealers, or the Masonry Saver Paver Sealer.

Sealing Tip 2: Choose "wet look and or gloss" to enhance the color while leaving a no gloss, matte, semi-gloss or gloss shine.

Sealing Tip 3:If you are unsure of what paver sealer is best for you then ask here: Paver Sealing Questions

 

Help Arrow 2Need some more Help? Please Read the How-To Articles Below

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    Steve · 09/28/2020
    I am having a new driveway poured this week. How long should I wait before applying a sealer? I notice that you offer water repellents like SuperSeal M and sealers like SB-6000. How are those product different, and what would you recommend for my driveway?
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      The Sealer Store · 09/28/2020
      Teh SB-6000 will not work on regular poured concrete. Use the Super Seal-M and you can apply 3-7 days after the concrete dries.
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    Christine · 09/08/2020
    I've previously used Surebond SB-6400 (wet look penetrating sealer) on my paver patio and it really doesn't look like it did anything. Can I use SB 600 over this without doing anything to the patio?

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      The Sealer Store · 09/08/2020
      Sorry but no, it will not be able to soak in.
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    Darrell · 08/31/2020
    White spots started appearing about a week after applying SB-600 Supreme Shield to newly stained Brick Pavers. I am now wondering if I need to strip the sealer off and replace with another product?

    This July, I chemically stripped the previous sealant off the pavers, then applied a water-based concrete stain. I picked a 70deg morning to apply the SB-600 sealer, first spraying one light coat, then a 2nd coat an hour later with small amount of Super Grip powder added to the sprayer.

    Initially I though it was calcium/salt leaching out of the pavers, so I used a little vinegar to remove the white spots. That worked for a while, but the spots would return in a day or two. (appearing at different locations)
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      The Sealer Store · 08/31/2020
      That is not the sealer turning white but something else. Do you have any extra where you can test spot applying to one of the affected bricks? See if that fixes it. It could be a reaction with the stain.
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        Darrell · 08/31/2020
        I do have a little SB-600 sealer left over to try applying over-top.

        Should I brush, spray or roll the sealer on the test area?
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    R.Campbell · 08/24/2020
    Where is your dealer list?
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    Tom · 07/19/2020
    Going to strip my 40 yr old brick paver patio. Its in a covered area. so after I strip the brick, which sealer is best for a gloss/wet look?
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    Tibip · 07/15/2020
    sorry, here is the picture
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    Tibip · 07/15/2020
    Hi, I sealed my concrete pavers with a wet look matte acrylic sealer. It looked good for a couple of days then some white spots came up on some pavers. If I wet them they get wet again, and look good, but when they dry they become white again. Shall I add another coat ( more coats )? or shall I strip them and start again ?
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    Melissa · 07/10/2020
    I believe they are clay pavers, not concrete.
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    Melissa · 07/10/2020
    Hi, Could you help me pick a sealer(s). One for 15 year old red pavers that I would like to look the color they are when it rains and also seal in grout sand. Do not need shiny but satin gloss ok. I would like a long wearing sealer. The second for a new bluestone patio. I would like to bring out the color but not be a fake shiny look(do not mind a slight satin gloss). My third question is do you recommend sealing white/gray flagstone outcroppings? I wondered if it would help the occasional staining I get from our water sprinklers.
    Thank you SO MUCH for your assistance. Melissa
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      Melissa · 07/10/2020
      I think they are clay? How do I tell? What sealer do you use on clay pavers if they are?
      I also wondered about your recommendation for bluestone patio
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      The Sealer Store · 07/10/2020
      Wet look and or gloss sealers will not work for clay pavers. Dries very blotchy. Sealing the flagstone will not prevent rust from your sprinklers.
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    Steve · 06/21/2020
    Thank you for the quick reply.
    i live close by. Do you allow pickups? Will it shorten the lead time?
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    Steve · 06/21/2020
    I would like to restore old pavers to a wet look without gloss. It appears that supreme shield sb 600 is the solvent product to use. Is there a similar water based product?
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    Joe · 06/15/2020
    Whats your best product for natural very porous stone?
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    Charles Geisz · 05/28/2020
    Not all sealer came off after stripping and pressure washing Will the new sealer cover the old sealer to look clear
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    Darlene · 05/17/2020
    Want to buy a good high gloss color enhancer sealer. Had someone put down a sealer over-the-counter product from Lowe's and it caused a white milky coding now he has to strip it. Will this happen if I buy this product do not want to deal with this again. Brick pavers on a walkway.
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    JOE CONFO · 05/06/2020
    I used super seal 30 solvent base on my pavers 2 years ago and want to used A100 solvent to restore the gloss instead can i use lacquer paint thinners instead and if no can you tell me why.
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    Mickey · 04/15/2020
    I have applied a water base sealer fall of 2019 and it has turned white. what do I need to purchase to remove it.
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    Nancy Rusinak · 03/15/2020
    Hi - here is a picture of the kitchen floor as I was cleaning it. I’d like it to retain the gloss it has when it’s wet. Thanks!
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    Nancy Rusinak · 03/15/2020
    I have recently purchased an older home with an early American style kitchen floor, which is brick pavers with sanded joints. I don’t know if the bricks were ever sealed. They do have some sheen in places but the floor needs some love. I’d like to clean it, reseal it and give it a bit of gloss. Are your products suitable for indoor use? If so, what would you recommend?
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    Alan Riddle · 11/03/2019
    I have used both SuperSeal 25 and 30 on my brick pavers. 25 in 2018 and 30 in 2019. I put two coats on each time. Both lasted about a year before losing their wet look. I now have SB-6000 and 8700 in my cart. Would either of these last longer then a year. I live in Nevada.
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    Ron · 10/11/2019
    I ordered 3 samples to compare on my 6-yr. old paver brick driveway & walk: Supreme Shield SN600, Super Seal 25 & Super Seal 30. I chose SS30 & am very pleased with the results.

    SS30 actually provided a relatively subtle shine, or “wet look,” but not overly glossy. Plus, just a single coat was needed. It also did an excellent job of sealing the newly applied polymer sand in the grooves. Coverage was a little better than listed. Also did a super job of bringing out the brick colors. Many compliments from neighbors.