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    Michael Aumer · 11/19/2020
    Do you let me know when product has been shipped and ETA?
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    Fernando Cortes · 11/03/2020
    I’m in dc Area where can I buy this product or it has to be straight from you guys ?
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    Allan · 11/02/2020
    I am wondering if I can get a sample size of the Aromatic 100. I tried an efflorescence remover from another company but it didn't work so I'm assuming it's moisture stuck under my sealer. I hate the white and want to remove it but don't want to buy a lot in case it doesn't work. Thanks!
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      The Sealer Store · 11/02/2020
      Sorry, but we do not sell samples of the A-100.
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        Allan · 11/02/2020
        No prob! Thanks for the quick response. I'm just a bit torn if that's what it is, but it did start about a week after they sealed it and seemed to get worse after heavy rainfall. Do you think te A-100 would work for this?
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          The Sealer Store · 11/02/2020
          It could be many things. A poor sealer, trapped moisture, poly sand haze, etc. No way to say for 100% certain if this will fix it or not. You should have the company that installed the sealer look at it and fix it.
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    Ron · 10/19/2020
    I purchased 5 gallons of SuperSeal M and the instructions said if wanting to apply a second coat to do so while wet. I did attempt to do that but it just stayed on the surface and I didn't want it to pool for fear of leaving a heavy film. Now that it is dry is it possible to put a second coat or do I have to wait for a certain period of time ??? I'm very happy with the product just wanting to put another coat on if possible. Thank you.
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      The Sealer Store · 10/19/2020
      Do not over apply. At this point since it dried it will repel another coat if over applied.
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        Ron · 10/19/2020
        Thank you for your prompt reply !!!! Approximately how long would you estimate before I can apply another coat (6months, 1 yr.) ??? How will I know when to apply it ?? Thank you.
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          The Sealer Store · 10/19/2020
          More like 3-5 years. Only apply again when the surface becomes porous or does not bead water anymore.
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    Trina · 10/12/2020
    I have some beams on our front porch that were stained with Sikkens. We're adding a bunch more beams that are still unfinished. The beams get direct sun exposure all afternoon. They're made out of ash. I'm got some samples about a year ago and am thinking of sanding off the Sikkens on the beams that have it and finishing with something else. There are some tiny cracks between the wall stone and beams that will be impossible to sand. What do you recommend in a medium brown stain/sealer for ash wood with extreme sun and vertical water exposure (no eave trough over these)? Any thoughts about the areas that can't be sanded?
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      The Sealer Store · 10/13/2020
      Try Armstrong Clark in Natural Oak or Rustic Brown. We would need to see pictures of the areas that cannot be sanded. If very minor, the new coating should blend.
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        Trina · 10/13/2020
        Thank you for replying! The beams are about 18' tall that are already finished. So the crack goes for about 18' on 2 sides. I bought some rubber detail sander thingies for sanding by hand but even they won't fit in some of the gaps. There are more unfinished beams than finished (took us a few years...) The current color is not what I want. It's too orange.
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    Ron · 10/06/2020
    I have a new travertine stone lanai (partial roof over 250 sq.ft and screen enclosure over 500 sq.ft. What would be the best sealer for new travertine. I do not wish to enhance the color of the stone and only want a matt finish. It cannot be slippery as it will be getting wet with rain etc. down here in Florida. Also what would be the best method of application (brush, roller, pump sprayer) and how many coats. Thank you.
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    Jim · 09/27/2020
    I have been sealing my exposed aggregate every year. It has a milky looking finish. Also the wet look fades in 4 to 6 weeks. Will Super Seal 30 tinted sealer cover the milky looking finish.
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    Susie · 09/24/2020
    I used superseal semi gloss25 on my exposed aggregate concrete along with super grip I did the same thing last year and it looked great this is what it looks like this summer
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    Vicki · 09/22/2020
    I have a IPE patio set . I have stripped and neutralized. I love the color of the wood . Was looking on your website for sealers that retain the color without darkening. You recommend “Flood CWF for hardwood “ I can’t see where I can order it ? No buying options and when I go to search bar and put in description nothing comes up. Can you please send me a link to order and is it really clear won’t change the color ? I like the natural.


    Thanks
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      Vicki · 09/23/2020
      Not sure why you say this ? “Flood CWF for hardwood” states it does have UV protection, in description, in the clear. I don’t mind the graying, prefer it don’t want a pigment in the sealer. It is shown on the website but NO way to purchase on the page
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        The Sealer Store · 09/23/2020
        We discontinued the Flood product from our site because it did not work well. Also, while they called it "clear", it was not a true clear but tinted. No different in color than say Defy Hardwood stain in Natual Pine. In essence Floord was lying about it being clear and another reason why we do not sell it anymore.

        BTW, it is impossible for a true clear (no tint at all) to have UV protection. I must be tinted.
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      The Sealer Store · 09/22/2020
      We do not suggest the Flood products. Try Armstrong Clark or Defy Harwood stains. Clear coatings will not protect from UV graying. You will need a tinted stain. https://www.opwdecks.com/exoticwoodstains.htm
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    JohnB · 09/22/2020
    Bought Armstrong Clark cedar semi transparent stain for a new yellow-wood pressure treated, dock I aged for 3 months. Did the 2 stage clean & brightener yesterday. Got dried in full sun.

    Weather forecasts clear on rain today. Just when I finished the staining of course it started raining for about 20 minutes. Damn FL!! Can't predict anything. So essentially zero drying time before it was hit with rain lasting 20 minutes.

    It looks OK. I have more stain and can do a 2nd coat after things dry out. What should I do?

    Thanks in advance.
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      The Sealer Store · 09/22/2020
      Wait until the rain stops and dries to assess. Nothing you can do about it right now.
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        JohnB · 09/24/2020
        Let it dry well and gave it a second coat. It soaked it up well so it was needed. Rain didn't do any harm.
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    Lawrence · 09/14/2020
    Can you get a sample of the supreme shield an 600 to do a test with
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    Deborah Kaczor · 09/11/2020
    I use defy extreme semi transparent stain on a cedar sided wood house. What are your thoughts on using a stain paid wet on wet vs. using a brush wet on wet? Just in looking it seems like the stain pads may be a bit faster.
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    Christine · 09/04/2020
    Is the Sb 600 what I would use in Nebraska on a paver patio?

    I want it to enhance the color and have a wet look.
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    James Coley · 09/03/2020
    How many coats of SB 600 can you put on pavers
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    James Coley · 09/01/2020
    I put a good coat of the SB600 on my patio pavers and then four hours later after it had dried, I put another light coat on top of that. I am not getting the beading result that I expected plus it did not enhance the color. Should I put another coat down?
    Thank you for your response.
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    Heather · 08/28/2020
    Can I receive Superseal 25 in Canada?
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    James Coley · 08/27/2020
    What kind of solvent can I use to clean the SB600 from a Chapin hand pump?
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    Aaron · 08/23/2020
    Do you carry any concrete cure and seal products
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    Nancy · 08/22/2020
    We live at 3,000 in Western North Carolina, where we get some snow, though not much, but a ton of rain, as we are in the only temperate rain forest, east of the Mississippi. I have been all over the internet trying to find the best deck sealer product for our Southern Yellow Pine Deck that is 12 years old and has not been previously treated, other than powerwashing periodically. The 450 sq. ft. deck is covered and has screens on 2 1/2 sides where it is not adjacent to the house. For us the most important thing is longevity in whatever we do. We don't want to be undertaking this task every 2-3 years, as some products say is what is needed. Our top priority is protection of those portions of the deck near the screens that need both water and sun protection. We prefer to not have stain color, as that creates opportunities for fading in the area around the edges of the deck (we have a 16' high peak on one side of the deck that is screened, so we get water, sun and snow in on the deck at least 6' in from the screens the entire length of that side), but we also don't want it to gray. We also are concerned that if we use a stain color that is noticeably different from the yellow pine, that we will see wear patterns. Again: Longevity until we have to treat again, and water protection are our priorities. Thank you. I have been reading your other posts and they are very helpful.
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      The Sealer Store · 08/23/2020
      You have to stain the wood if you want to prevent graying. No way around this. Also, nothing will last more than 2-3 years on a deck.
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        Nancy · 08/23/2020
        Thank you. Sounds like we need to plan for more frequent care of the deck. Given our weather, covered deck, but with rain and sun exposure several feet in, which would be best for our situation: AC, TWP or Defy Marine seal?