Supreme Shield SB-600 1 Gallon

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$42.00
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SUPREME SHIELD SB is a solvent-based penetrating sealer designed for stamped concrete, concrete pavers and other porous concrete surfaces. Application of SUPREME SHIELD SB will enhance the color and give the wet look without adding the gloss and plastic look associated with traditional film forming sealers. Once treated, the surface repels water and oil to prevent staining.

  • Enhances & Preserves Natural Color with a Wet Look
  • No Gloss or Shine
  • Water & Salt Resistant
  • Stain & Oil Resistant
  • Immediate Results
  • Easy To Use

PREPARATION Clean dirt, wax, grease, oil, and other contaminants from the surface. Be sure to remove any foreign coating unless the previous coating is same or similar solvent based sealer or stain. Make sure the surface is clean, dry, and sound. Clean oily concrete with Clemons’ CONCRETE CLEANER DEGREASER NEUTRALIZER or other degreasing soap. Use a bristle brush for heavily oiled spots. If the surface is not adequately porous, etch with Clemons’ ETCH & CLEAN. Rinse well with a pressure washer. Allow 24 hours to dry. Apply only when surface and air temperatures are above 50° F and below 90° F. For pavers, sweep away any loose sand.

APPLICATION Brush may be used where roller or sprayer won’t reach. Do not pour directly from can to concrete. Apply evenly from can or other metal container with an appropriate roller. If rolling, use a solvent resistant nap roller. Every few feet turn perpendicular to the first coat, and cross roll without re-dipping. The continual dipping with the first coat gives a heavy application and the cross-rolling allows for an even application. Do not allow to puddle. If spraying, use an acetone resistant pump sprayer and clean up immediately with aromatic solvent such as A-1 Solvent or Xylene. Do not thin product. Foot traffic should be avoided for 4 hours. Vehicle traffic should be avoided for 48 hours. Cooler temperatures or increased humidity will slow the dry.

NET COVERAGE RATE Two thin coats are recommended. Over application may result in a slick surface.

Textured or Stamped: 200 sq. feet per gallon

Broom Swept: 200 sq. feet per gallon

Concrete Pavers: 100 sq. feet per gallon

 

Reviews

Tuesday, 07 August 2018

Outstanding product. Does exactly as stated. Colors of my pavers are more vibrant, with no build. Wish that I could share a photo!

Larry Weader

Wednesday, 03 May 2017

The best paver sealer for adding a rich wet look, but without the gloss or shine.

The Sealer Store

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    Robert Douglas · 07/10/2021
    Can I use a regular sprayer (one used for yard sprays such as weed sprays or roundup, etc.) or is the sealer too thick? 
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      The Sealer Store · 07/11/2021
      You can use a quality pump sprayer that can handle solvent based sealers.
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    Linda Simons · 06/12/2021
    We just had our pool resurfaced and new concrete coping pavers installed. We want to seal the coping pavers. What product do you recommend? Do we apply sealant on the part of the coping paver that hangs over the water including the underside that overhangs? If so, how would the sealant be applied on that curved edge? We are located on the east central coast of Florida. 
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      The Sealer Store · 06/12/2021
      You can use the Supreme Shield SB-600 here but you cannot drip any sealer into the water. Either drain the water or be extremely careful to not drip into water.
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    John · 06/09/2021
    What is the best way to mix 5 gal. of SB-350?
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    Lou Ann Payne · 05/25/2021
    Used SB 600 on new concrete two years ago and loved it now its time to reapply but there is mildew that I need to remove what should would be best to use
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      The Sealer Store · 05/26/2021
      Pressure wash is best. You can use a mildew cleaner while doing this.
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    Chris L · 05/25/2021
    I have concrete pavers that were installed 1 month ago in Portland, Oregon. I would like a wet look for better contrast as I have dark gray pavers on the boarder with light gray in the middle. Do I need the low VOC sealer SB-350 or should I use SB-600? Thanks!
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    Mike L · 05/24/2021
    Can you add color to this sealant before applying to a driveway? If so,  what brand/ type do you recommend?
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    Richard · 04/25/2021
    I stripped my pavers a week ago using the Clemons concrete stripper and cleaned with a degreaser.  This weekend I put down new polymeric sand and washed the pavers using a paver prep product.  
    How long should I wait before i can SS sb350?  I don’t want my pavers to turn white as some others have posted.  Is a day after cleaning too soon? 
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      The Sealer Store · 04/26/2021
      Make sure you do not have poly sand haze. Wait a few days to seal after the prep. 
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    Tom F · 04/24/2021
    I used SB-600 last year and like the product.  After several weeks several areas looked milky, I think that’s the result of different products I used in prior years.  What is a good product to strip my stamped concrete before I re-apply SB-600?  Will the stripping product kill the grass?  Thanks 
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    Bill · 04/24/2021
    I plan on using the sb 350 (I live in NJ) on my paver patio as well as the pool deck. My question is whether or not I can I also use it on the bluestone pool coping, the stacked stone fire pit and the limestone steps?  I’m thinking it would be ok for the bluestone and the stacked stone but not so certain about the limestone. Thanks for your help. 
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      The Sealer Store · 04/24/2021
      Best to test spot it first to see how it dries. Natural stone can dry "blotchy" in some cases.
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    Angelo Napolitano · 04/21/2021
    Trying to figure out how much to order. is the 200 sq. ft. per gallon for two thin coats or just 1 coat
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      The Sealer Store · 04/21/2021
      One coat. For two coats you will average about 100 Sq feet per gallon.
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    Connie Dilgard · 04/15/2021
    Can this product be applied by a brush. I have very small areas to apply.
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    John V. · 03/05/2021
    I have pavers around my pool and was interested in using the SB-600. My understanding is that it will look wet but not glossy. That is what I want. However, I am concerned that it will make the pavers slippery when wet. Will SB-600 do that? And if so, is there an additive to reduce that?
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      The Sealer Store · 03/06/2021
      It should not be slippery, and you cannot add an additive grip into the SB-600.
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    Daren · 01/16/2021
    I live in the Phoenix, AZ area and looking for recommendations of which sealer to use on my pavers. Thanks
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    John clifford · 10/24/2020
    Like to have the colors enhanced with a nice wet look what should I use patio just put in month ago lightly sealed
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    scott jones · 10/22/2020
    I am wanting to put a color enhancer with protective properties on the bricking siding of our house. I want something that seals the bricks but also will allow wall to breathe. WIll this product work in this application. thanks!
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    Ryan · 10/19/2020
    does this wet look sealer get slippery when wet?
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    Dylan · 10/17/2020
    I’m wanting to know if this can be applied to veneer stone siding. If so, will it last as long as it would on other concrete surfaces? Thanks
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    Mike DeMott · 10/09/2020
    What do you recommend for sealing exterior ceramic tile & grout?
    Thanks , Mike
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    Ryan Atkinson · 10/08/2020
    I am doing 1550 sq/ft. It calls for two coats, so do I need 14 gallons of this since 1 gallon does 200 sq/ft?
Parameters of Product: Concrete and Brick Paver Sealers
Application Method
Roll or Chapin 1949 Sprayer Only
Interior or Exterior
Exterior
Your Surface Type
Brick Pavers/Stamped/Decorative Concrete
Brands
SuperSeal Sealers
Free Shipping
No
Available Sizes
1 Gallon
Water or Solvent Based
Solvent Based
Enhance Look
Wet Look Only