Concrete and Paver Sealer Stripper 1 Gallon

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$42.99
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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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    Sal · 05/15/2019
    can this be used on pool coping and if so, will it be harmful to the pool water if it gets in?
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    Paula · 04/25/2019
    Would this strip the color out of my stamped concrete patio? I don't want to remove the coloring just the failed sealer.
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      The Sealer Store · 04/25/2019
      It shouldn't unless the coloring form the installer was added on top of the concrete instead of in the concrete.
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    Thomas Benedict · 04/07/2019
    I don't think there was much sealer left but since I'm planning to apply a TiqueWash I needed to ensure all the sealer is removed so I used the Concrete and Paver Sealer stripper. I completed one section and it turned white. Please see the attached photos.

    What do you suggest?
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      The Sealer Store · 04/07/2019
      It is removing the sealer so best to finish the stripping. When done, use a cleaner degreaser for final prep: https://www.opwdecks.com/cleaner-degreaser.htm
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        Thomas Benedict · 04/22/2019
        I tried re-stripping the section and additional sections and then used the cleaner degreaser. The concrete still has a "white" washed out look and does not darken when wet. In the attached photo, the concrete is wet and top section is stripped and the bottom is not.
        Do you think there is still more sealer to be removed? Or is it stripped and this is normal and can apply the "TiqueWash" colorant?
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          The Sealer Store · 04/22/2019
          It looks pretty much stripped. Can you do a test post of the colorant to make sure it takes?
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    Larry · 03/30/2019
    Can I just hose it off since I don't have a power washer
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    Jack Mackert · 01/29/2019
    Please forget the second question about cost of stripper. Went back and saw difference. Thanks
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    Jack Mackert · 01/29/2019
    Does all the old polymeric sand need to be removed during pressure washing and do you recommend a different joint sand before resealing? Final question, what is the difference between the $42/gallon paver stripper and the $181/gallon, or did I misread something? Thank you.
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      The Sealer Store · 01/29/2019
      No need to remove all between the joints but best to stay with a poly sand if all is not removed. It will bond better.
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    Mark · 09/21/2018
    These spots have appeared on my newly sealed clay pavers. What are they and how can they be removed?
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      The Sealer Store · 09/22/2018
      Cannot tell from these pics. Too small of resolution to see properly.
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    Virginia · 07/03/2018
    what I meant to say is, do the pavers need to be cool to the touch or does too much heat matter.
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      The Sealer Store · 07/03/2018
      Cover the fence to be safe. Later in the day or out of direct sunlight is best.
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    Virginia · 07/03/2018
    What time of day should I apply the stripper. The directions on the can does not indicate it. Also, one side of my walkway is next to my pvc fence. Should I cover the fence. Thank you.
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    Virginia · 06/26/2018
    How far will one gallon go? I have a driveway, and a very long walkway from the front of the house to the back, say abut 40 feet. My pavers turned a milky color when I applied a sealer. I don't want to order the 5 gallon because I'm afraid it might not work and I don't want to spend all this. money. Do you guarantee results.
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      The Sealer Store · 06/26/2018
      One gallon covers about 100 Sq feet. It works if done correctly.
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    Libby · 05/03/2018
    Will this work on sidewalk pavers and on bricks on the porch that have Super Diamond Clear sealer on them.
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    Brian · 04/23/2018
    What type of roller should be used to apply the Clemens stripper to the pavers?
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      The Sealer Store · 04/23/2018
      Use a roller that can handle solvent-based products. 5/8" to 3/4".
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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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Brands
SuperSeal
Available Sizes
1 Gallon
Type
Paver/Concrete Sealer Stripper