Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper 1 Gallon

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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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RE: Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper 1 Gallon
Quoting 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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RE: Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper 1 Gallon
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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RE: Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper 1 Gallon
Quoting 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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Flagstone Coping
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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RE: Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper 1 Gallon
Quoting 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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Help choosing a product
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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re: PLANTS AND OTHER CONCERNS.
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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Plants and other concerns.
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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re: HOMEOWNER
Use a concrete cleaner and degreaser to remove the white residue.
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homeowner
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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re: DOES THE STRIPPER HARM THE STAIN?
Yes it is possible to remove the "release" powder stain when stripping. There is no way around this.
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Does the stripper harm the stain?
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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re: STIPPING PAVERS WITH OLD BEHR SEALER
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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stipping pavers with old Behr sealer
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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It will not work on roof sealant
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Roof Sealant
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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re: STRIPPING A FLAG STONE PATIO
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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Stripping a flag stone patio
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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re: Help - I need advice
The white is a soapy reside from the stripper that can be rinsed off with a general concrete cleaner/degreas er like this:

www.opwdecks.com/.../
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Help - I need advice
I sealed my cambridge pavers 5 years ago with Home Depot Wet-Look high gloss sealer. It turned milky white and looks horrible. Last month, I purchased 5 gallons of your concrete and paver sealer stripper to strip the 500 SF patio using my 2800psi power washer. I followed you r instructions, letting it sit for 10-20 minutes then washing it off. Although it did work to some extent, it did not take all the sealer off but my biggest issue is that it actually turned white in a lot of areas! Can you please tell me some tips on how else to use this product to avoid the pavers turning white where the stripper was applied? I used a roller first, and then tried applying with a brush. Any help is appreciated. Thank you -
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Yes it strips xylene based acrylic sealers.
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Xylene
Will this work for xylene based sealers? I have about 700 sqft pool deck that the customers didn't like, clear.
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Celia, yes the has shown to remove the Behr Wet Look Sealer.
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Strip Pavers
My husband sealed a 9x9 area of pavers with Behr low luster look.Some areas show a white film. Can I use the Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper for water base sealer.
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re: WHAT DO I USE TO APPLY STRIPPER
Yes a regular 3/4 nap roller of high quality. Needs to be chemical resistant.
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What do I use to apply stripper
Hello, I just bought a 5 gallon sealer stripper from your conpany and wanted to know whats the best way to apply this gel stripper onto my pavers outside. Will a regulsr nap roller work fine for good application ir do you recommend something else?
Thank you.
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pres.
I want to try one gallon of your brick paver stripper to remove a white haze on my brick patio. if it works, I will order some more to finish my 600+ sq. ft. patio.
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re: Indoor pavers with old yellow sealant
Sorry but nothing we sell can be used indoors.
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Indoor pavers with old yellow sealant
I have about 250sqft of indoor pavers that were sealed (many years ago) with something that has yellowed. I've done some test tiles scrubbing with rubbing alcohol and acetone - both turned the sealant 'sticky' and it did come off, but it's messy and the fumes are an issue. I also tried scrubbing with just hot water and a wire brush and it came off without getting sticky. The sealant that's settled in the grout is much thicker and seems to have really soaked in. Any recommendations for your products? I wouldn't mind doing a small area at a time and scrubbing it off by hand rather than power-washing.
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re: pool brick
You should not get this or the sealer you are removing into the pool. It will remove the sealer but wash away from the pool coping.
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Pool brick
We had our pool redone and a sealer was used on the brick around the pool. It has turned white. Will this product be okay to use on it. If it is powers prayed into the pool will it cause any problems?
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re: Apply 2 coats of Behr "Wet Look" - Stuck with Milky white look
1. 1-2 gallons
2. a couple of days later
3. Yes on SS30
4. It would look like a white chalky residue
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Apply 2 coats of Behr "Wet Look" - Stuck with Milky white look
Hi, I used Behr Wet Look product and only applied 2 coats on a 180sq foot colored concrete paver patio installed 1 month ago. I stopped once the second coat dried white/milky look and did some research on this product, only to find out that 8 out of 10 people are having the exact same issue. here are my questions:
1. Is 1 gallon of this Stripper enough for my area?
2. How long after the stripping until I can reseal it using your SuperSeal 30?
3. or do you recommend another gloss sealer?
4. How do I know if my pavers have the efflourescent effect before I reseal it with your superseal30?

I appreciate your help on this. I await your response to place my order.

thank you,

omar
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re: okay to use on iron spot brick pavers
It does not remove Iron spots.
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okay to use on iron spot brick pavers
Is this product okay to use on ironspot brick pavers? It won't bleach the color out of the brick?
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xylene
I had a sealer used on a new concrete overlay on my sidewalk. The xylene used was washed off in the grass and now I have brown patches. Is there a way to get the grass to "rejuvenate' so to speak? Is the ground area "dead" like happens when you spill gasoline on grass? What is my best solution to get my grass back to normal?

Thanks for any tips you can pass along.
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Dorothea, Try the SuperSeal25 or Masonry Saver Decorative Concrete sealer.
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Once we use the Concrete Sealant Stripper what sealant should we use to have a quality sealed job on our stamped concrete patio?
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Yes this product will remove water based gloss acrylic sealers. You will need a pressure washer as well.
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I have applied Home Depot brand glossy sealer on my backyard patio made of pavers. After a few years, the patio has turned white. Will your product remove the sealer and bring back colors on pavers?
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concrete clear sealer turned white... continued
thank you for the reply.
I have contacted quikrete for suggestions on removal. the tech department states that there isn't a chemical process to remove and it will require sanding to remove the product. I'm sure since they dont carry a product solvent, they dont recommend one. I dont know the age of the product; likely a year since application. sanding isn't an options as the brick is decorative hand poured from the 20's/30's; I do not care to scar the brick with a harsh chemical or sand/shell blast it as I feel it will chip. I have tried muratic acid wash with wire brushing and a epoxy stripper without positive results. the product to be removed is quikrete high gloss mason & concrete sealer; water based acrylic solution. here is a link to the product page:http://www.quikrete.com/ProductLines/ConcreteMasonryGlossSealer.asp

I am at a point that trying chemicals has become time wasteful and expensive. if you feel that this product will remove the current milk coloured sealer then I need enough to cover 300sq'.
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This product removes acrylic based sealers. If that is the type that has turned white then yes it should work.
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Is this product good to use on a brick paver walkway. It turned milky white in spot after I recently pressure cleaned and then applied new sealer
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I am not familiar with this brand but the SuperSeal 30 is compatible with other solvent based sealers as long as the hold sealer has not failed by turning milky white or yellow.
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MR.
I am re-sealing my driveway brick pavers. Of the 1100 square feet, 200 has been shielded from the elements leaving that part if the driveway nice and shiny from previous sealings.. Previous sealer used was Roval 1088, "a special blend of acrylic lacquer resins." The company Roval was in Tampa, Florida - no longer there to answer questions. Part of the "shipping name" on a description page for the application included "Flammable Liquids - NOS (Xylene)." If your Superseal 30 will cover it okay and blend with the rest of the driveway then I will not have to remove the 1008. If not, will your Concrete and Paver stripper remove the 1008?
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re: 5 gallon pails
Yes we do. $184.99
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5 gallon pails
Wrong website on the previous comment - you can delete.

Do you have 5 gallon pails in this? Price. Thanks.
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This should remove the sealer. You roll on, wait about 10 minutes, then heavy pressure wash off. Do in sections of about 100 sq. feet at a time.
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Tried to seal brick patio with alliance gator seal wet look, an acrylic based polymer. It turned milky white in many spots. Not exactly what I was expecting and did not go on as directed. Will your product remove this sealer to its natural look? How is your product applied? Can it just be rolled on or does it net to be sprayed on? Any scrubbing?
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re: Blacktop Asphalt damage?
Rusty, I am not sure on this. The stripper does contain acids so it may damage the road. Using Baking soda to neutralize should help.
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Blacktop Asphalt damage?
I need to strip a poorly paint/tint concrete driveway. The driveway slopes down to a blacktop asphalt road. Could this cause damage/discolor the road from runoff as I power wash? Do you think the water would dilute this product enough as not to damage the asphalt or should I use something like baking powder to neutralize it?
Thanks
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re: sealer removal
This product does remove water based acrylic sealers.
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sealer removal
Need a product to remove water-based sealer that has turned white in spots. What do you reccommend?
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re: i applied quick seal and it looks horrible
I am not familiar with "qick seal". This stripper is designed to remove acrylic based sealers. if that is what you have then it should work and does not harm the pavers.
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i have cambridge pavers an i applied quick seal and it looks horrible is your stripper safe to use to remove and will it change my color of my pavers?
please hlep.
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re: Remove Behr Wet-look sealer INDOORS
Sorry but this is just an outside product. We do not offer anything for inside removal.
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Remove Behr Wet-look sealer INDOORS
Hi - I have brick wall inside my house that I sealed with Behr Wet look sealer and ended up with white haze and plastic look instead of a wet look. I'm interested in this product but obviously I can't use a power washer indoors. Is there another option?
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re: xylene based concrete sealant
With this thick of a spill it could be difficult to remove. A few strippings should take most of it off.
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xylene based concrete sealant
We had our driveway sealed with a xylene based concrete sealer. As I was letting it dry over the next three days I had placed the 5 gallon pails in front of the drive to block it and... well my wife ran over one of the pails and now I have an area of about 10ft x 4ft wet look in front of my drive in a gated community. looks like an oil spill! Neighbors are not happy about it so i need to remove it. I was first told to roll xylene on top and let set for 30 minutes then pressure wash it away. Did not work so now I am told to rent a soda-blaster and remove that way but rental is very expensive. Will the concrete Sealer stripper work?
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re: Behr=CRAP
Not to knock another brand but we agree!
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Behr=CRAP
I just ordered the 5gal to remove a failed application of Behr 'wet-look' sealer. If by 'wet-look' they mean 'spilled milk'look, then I was duped.

What a horrible product and support by Behr. Looking forward to getting this stripper so I can clean up my new paver patio.
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re: COPING AROUND MY POOL TURNS WHITE OVER THE WINTER
Xylene is not a stripper. This product will remove glossy type sealers. It is the only way to get it off but you should not get it in the pool. Pressure wash away from the pool.
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THE COPING AROUND MY POOL TURNS WHITE OVER THE WINTER. LAST SPRING I A GUY CLEANED THEM AND PUT A GLOSSEY SEALER ON AND IT TOOK CARE OF THE WHITNESS. NOW IT HAS COME BACK UNDER THE SEALER. I WAS TOLD I HAD TO GET THAT SEALER OFF, TO TRY XYLENE. IT HASN'T TAKEN IT OFF. MY QUESTION IS, WILL YOUR STRIPPER TAKE IT OFF AND WILL IT HURT THE POOL IF ANY GETS IN THE WATER? IS THERE SOMETHING ELSE I SHOULD USE? IF NOT WHAT CAN I USE, OR CAN YOU RECOMMEND ANYONE THAT CAN SOLVE THIS PROBLEM.
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re: grass around pavers
Typically it will not hurt grass if you pre wet the grass and saturate heavily with water if you have any over spray.
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grass around pavers
will the stripper kill the grass around my pavers? if so, what can i do to prevent this from happening?
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re: Removing Behr high gloss wet look sealer
Yes this stripper will remove Behr Wet Look Sealer.
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Removing Behr high gloss wet look sealer
Does this product remove Behr High Gloss wet look sealer and the white residue it left?
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re: work effectively on Lincoln Tile Pavers and Sautilo Tiles
Effectiveness depends on the type of "sealer" being removed not the paver type.
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Will your sealer 'Concrete and Tile Paver Stripper' work effectively on Lincoln Tile Pavers and Sautilo Tiles?

Thanks, in advance, for your reply.
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re: Swimming pool paver area
Yes you need to be careful to not get the residue that is removed from getting into the pool. Not so much the stripper but the old sealer that comes off.
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Swimming pool paver area
DO I need to be concerned of any of this sealer stripper getting in my pool affecting the pump, filter or heat pump ?
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re: Just a follow up - the paver sealer stripper worked well
That's great that it worked for you on the Behr Wet Look Sealer!

If you apply a new sealer it is possible that wherever you still have a little bit of the Behr left, it will turn white again. It really depends on how much you have left.

The remaining sealer will not fade away. You could wait to Spring then spot strip those areas again. More should come off.
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Just a follow up - the paver sealer stripper worked well to remove the failed Behr sealer. It took multiple applications and a lot of hard work, but it removed most of the sealer from the pavers. There are still some spots of sealer, but I couldn't get it all off. The pavers look better when wet. Should I re-apply one of your sealers now or will that cause issues with the traces of sealer that still remains on the pavers? Am I better off waiting until next year and hope the remaining sealer fades over the winter?
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I apologize, I misread your initial comment. Please disregard my last comment. I'll be trying your sealer stripper and will let you know how it worked.
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So your sealer stripper is my best bet? Just want to make sure I understand. Thanks for all of your help.
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re: Do you know of any products that would remove the Behr sealer
This would be your best bet. If this does not work then nothing probably will.
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Do you know of any products that would remove the Behr sealer? Thanks.
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re: Behr sealer on my pavers and it gave the pavers a sort of milky white haze
This stripper is designed to remove "solvent" based acrylic sealers. Behr is a "water" based acrylic sealer. We have had numerous feedback that this stripper does work well with water based finishes such as Behr.

It does work in 10-20 minutes.
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I used Behr sealer on my pavers and it gave the pavers a sort of milky white haze. I then tried Behr stripper to remove the sealer, however, it didn't really work. Can I safely use this product as an alternative? (Also, the Behr stripper had to be left on for 1-6 hrs....this really does the trick in 10-20 minutes? Please help, I am afraid I ruined my patio.)
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re: Polymeric sand stain
No this stripper is designed to remove sealers not a polymeric haze. I would try vinegar. It is supposed to work.
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Polymeric sand stain
I do power washing for interlocking driveway, i have 1 job where whole driveway become whitish due polymeric sand not being cleaner properly

so to retain its original look can I use Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper for this job ?
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re: Surebond SB-7000 water-based sealer
The Concrete Sealer Stripper is designed to remove solvent based stains. Not sure if it will work on the SB-7000.
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I used Surebond SB-7000 water-based sealer last week to my Unilock Brussel Block pavers that were installed last year and it did not adhere/cure well at all. I have significant milky white areas in most of the joints and some on the paver surface as well. Is my best option for completely removing this water-based sealer using the Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper? If so, can this be used in any weather conditions or are there specific requirements for temperature and/or moisture?
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re: Adding a new sealer
You can seal a couple of days after the stripping.

Any of these pavers sealers will work. Just depends how much shine you want and if you prefer solvent based or water based.

Paver Sealers (www.opwdecks.com/.../)
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Adding a new sealer
What product to you recommend to seal the brick pavers once the failed sealer has been removed with this product? Also, how long do I need to wait to apply a new sealer? This is for a brick staircase.
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re: Will stripper harm plants that are next to a brick patio when power-washed?
You should take precautions to not get the stripper on plants.
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Will stripper harm plants that are next to a brick patio when power-washed?
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re: failed sealer has oiliness and tackiness in some spots from rain
It will remove the failed sealer completely not just the oiliness/tackin ess.
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failed sealer has oiliness and tackiness in some spots from rain
Hi will it remomve the oiliness and tackiness from concrete pavers? Thanks
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re: clay paver patio
The concrete stripper is not prone to damaging bricks. In fact I have never heard of this happening. How effective it is does depend on the type of sealer that is being removed and how many coatings have been applied. The main ingredient is Methylene chloride.
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a sealer was applied to our new clay paver patio. It did not adhere well and is showing lots of white areas. We have used a power washer, but it is not doing a very thorough job, very spotty. I am worried about applying a product that will not work and/or one that will damage the brick. Does your sealer stripper work well at all times? Are there situations it does not work in? What is the main ingredient in the stripper? I would like to ask the manufacturer of the brick (pine hall) if it would be safe?
Thanks for your help.
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re:Using sealer stripper on colored patio pavers
This stripper will not remove the color out of pavers.
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Using sealer stripper on colored patio pavers
We have a back patio made of several colors of brick pavers (greens, greys, tans, etc.) We sealed it with a water-based sealer last year and already it has started to flake off, leaving a mottled effect because some parts are still shiny and others are dull/natural. Can we use this stripper without affecting the color of the bricks?
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It will remove the finish but it is possible that it will also remove some of the color. Typically stamped concrete is tinted throughout the cement. Sometimes the installer adds tint to the top that just lays there. When it is sealed the tint absorbs into the sealer. If that is that case then it will remove some of the tint as you remove the sealer. No way of knowing without trying.
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Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper 1 Gallon

Can this product be safely used on colored stamped concrete?

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