Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper 1 Gallon

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$41.99
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The only stripper on the market that was designed to remove failed Arcylic Concrete and Paver Sealers!

SuperStripper will remove failed "wet look" concrete and brick paver sealers. This product will remove sealers that have yellowed or turned white due to over application, cheap inferior acrylics, or moisture.

Application:

  1. Roll the product on failed sealer
  2. Let set for 10-20 minutes
  3. Power Wash off
  4. Reapply if needed

Square footage is dependent on previous coatings. Typically covers 75-150 feet per gallon.

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    The Sealer Store · 08/16/2017
    Yvon Bilodeau:
    What Do you recommend for stripping à paver
    À paver sealer Made of polymère acrilic

    Thank you

    This product.
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    Yvon Bilodeau · 08/16/2017
    What Do you recommend for stripping à paver
    À paver sealer Made of polymère acrilic

    Thank you
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    The Sealer Store · 06/16/2017
    Judy Blanknshp:
    We have Valspar Wet look sealer on our pool deck, they used the wrong product, and now our pool deck is slippery when wet. We have dyed terracotta color concrete will this stripper remove the sealer and not effect the color of the concrete? Any other suggestions would be appreciated as well.

    It will strip it but it is possible some of the color will be removed if the dye is at the surface of the concrete. There would be no way around this.
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    Judy Blanknshp · 06/16/2017
    We have Valspar Wet look sealer on our pool deck, they used the wrong product, and now our pool deck is slippery when wet. We have dyed terracotta color concrete will this stripper remove the sealer and not effect the color of the concrete? Any other suggestions would be appreciated as well.
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    The Sealer Store · 04/24/2017
    Sarah Foster:
    We have flagstone coping that we used around our pool, and sealed with an Aldon sealer. It turned white and looks horrible, they say it was the chemicals. Will this take it off and is safe for the pool and flagstone?

    It should take it off but you cannot get the stripper or the residue of the old sealer into the pool.
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    Sarah Foster · 04/24/2017
    We have flagstone coping that we used around our pool, and sealed with an Aldon sealer. It turned white and looks horrible, they say it was the chemicals. Will this take it off and is safe for the pool and flagstone?
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    The Sealer Store · 03/30/2017
    Liam:
    I live in Las vegas and would like to apply a sealant to my concrete pavers that has a wet look with a semi or high gloss finish. From what I have read I feel that a solvent based sealant would be best suited for my desired look. I have also read that many of the resins in solvent based sealants turn yellow when expose to plenty of sunshine. A local supplier also suggested this may happen when using solvent based sealant. Can you recommend a product that is resistant to discoloration caused by uv?

    All of the paver sealers we sell are UV resistant to UV and will not yellow. Look at the:
    Super seal 25 or the Super seal 30.
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    Liam · 03/30/2017
    I live in Las vegas and would like to apply a sealant to my concrete pavers that has a wet look with a semi or high gloss finish. From what I have read I feel that a solvent based sealant would be best suited for my desired look. I have also read that many of the resins in solvent based sealants turn yellow when expose to plenty of sunshine. A local supplier also suggested this may happen when using solvent based sealant. Can you recommend a product that is resistant to discoloration caused by uv?
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    The Sealer Store · 03/15/2017
    Best to dilute the soil heavily with water before and after you are done. No need to neutralize the soil. If the stripper gets on the painted wood, it will remove the paint. should be no issues with the rock and mortar on the siding.
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    Toders · 03/14/2017
    I have read your comments on taking precaution so that non of the stripper gets on plants, but my question is, what about the soil near the plants? Should I dilute the soil with water before and after if any drains into the soil (probably will)? Or is it too caustic to let the plants even get a little bit of it? Should I use baking soda (not too much I assume) to neutralize the soil afterwards? Before?

    The plants are literally four to six inches away from the patio.

    Another thing, what about wood? There are a few painted (acrylic paint I think) wood pillars on the patio. I assume I will cover them, but if any seeps under the plastic will it damage the wood/paint?

    And one more thing, the siding on the house is rock and mortar. Will this stripper cause damage to it? Also, I will be power washing away from the edge of the patio so as not to introduce any solvent to the flower bed next to it as best I can. I would like to not cause any water damage/get-too-wet the inside of the exterior wall. My question is, do you know of these types of walls to be extremely porous/prone to leakage? I will be covering the wall too, but power washing directly across the patio surface towards the wall will no doubt get the wall wet regardless of the plastic covering it.

    Thanks so much. I look forward to your reply!

    Toders
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    The Sealer Store · 10/23/2016
    Use a concrete cleaner and degreaser to remove the white residue.
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    Nick Bobrowich · 10/22/2016
    I applied Behr Wet Look Sealer to my Colorado Stone Patio which had been previously been sealed with a oil based sealer. The label said the product could be used on previously coated natural stone. I didn't read the small print which said don't use over oil based sealers.
    The sealer dried milky in a large part of the patio. I hired a local contractor to strip and reseal my stone. He used an industrial grade stripper which did an excellent job of removing the acrylic sealer, it came off with a pressure washer as a spongy residue.
    The bad news is that there remains a white tightly adherent residue on the stone and the concrete, in some places very noticeable. Is this something that can dealt with before the patio is resealed, and what product or cleaning method would you recommend.
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    The Sealer Store · 09/22/2016
    Yes it is possible to remove the "release" powder stain when stripping. There is no way around this.
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    Randy Moss · 09/21/2016
    Our driveway was finished with a powder stain, then sealed with a xylene-based glossy seal. The seal has since turned white. Will your stripper damage the color of the concrete?
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    The Sealer Store · 08/04/2016
    You will need the Concrete Sealer Stripper. Apply in sections of about 200 sq. feet at a time. Dwell for 10-15 minutes and heavy pressure wash off. Repeat until all is removed.
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    Stan Stratos · 08/04/2016
    My pavers were sealed with a water base Behr sealer. They have all dulled and are now white with haze.

    Is this the correct product for the job. Also, once I apply, how long do I wait before Power Washing it off?
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    The Sealer Store · 06/27/2016
    It will not work on roof sealant
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    Jamie · 06/27/2016
    Hi, during a volunteer project at work someone bought the wrong materials and ended up sealing concrete with roof sealant. I believe the roof sealant is oil based?? Will this product work on that, or do you know of another product that will?
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    The Sealer Store · 08/27/2015
    Yes it removes acrylic sealers but you will need to pressure wash as well and you might need the Cleaner Degreaser to remove any "stripper" residue.
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    JThompson · 08/26/2015
    Will this product work on removing Quikrete Concrete Cure and Seal which is a water based acrylic sealer that is applied to a flagstone patio.
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