Supreme Shield SB-600 1 Gallon

2 Ratings 2 Reviews
$40.00
Pick Your States VOC Option
 Back to: Concrete Sealers

Choose SB-350 for LOW VOC Version

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

Please log in to write a review. Log in

Ask a Question or Post a Picture...
You are a guest ( Sign Up ? )
or post as a guest
Loading comment... The comment will be refreshed after 00:00.
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Daren · 01/16/2021
    I live in the Phoenix, AZ area and looking for recommendations of which sealer to use on my pavers. Thanks
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    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
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    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!
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Ryan · 10/19/2020
    does this wet look sealer get slippery when wet?
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    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
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Mike DeMott · 10/09/2020
    What do you recommend for sealing exterior ceramic tile & grout?
    Thanks , Mike
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    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?
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Ryan Atkinson · 10/08/2020
    I have the original poured concrete around the pool with a travertine pool edging. Added stamped concrete 4 months ago. I want to seal all of it with the wet look. Will this product work on all of it?
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Mike · 09/16/2020
    I have 420 square feet of un treated concrete pavers to seal. How much product would I need to apply the recommended two coats do sealer with a roller?
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Geof Johnson · 09/14/2020
    Getting ready to use this on my stamped concrete patio. You say that this should be applied at temps between 50 deg and 90 deg F. If I apply this in the morning with temps in the 60s to 70s and it gets into the low 40s that night will that affect it? How long after it is applied can it take rain? Aiming for a dry period but you never know
    • We will reply to your comment shortly
      The Sealer Store · 09/15/2020
      No issues with the temps at night. About 6-8 hours before rain.
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Carole · 09/05/2020
    Can I use Supreme Shield SB-350 (in CA) on an exterior travertine patio? It is a new patio with tiles mortared onto a concrete foundation. There is no sealer or any product on it currently. I am looking for a color enhancer with a wet look. Is this the best choice?
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Mike · 09/03/2020
    Will the SB350 work well also on the concrete portion of the pool deck that surrounds the brick pavers that are being sealed? Thanks
    • We will reply to your comment shortly
      The Sealer Store · 09/04/2020
      Wet look sealers will not work on plain poured concrete. Dries blotchy.
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Mike · 09/03/2020
    I'm intend to apply SB350 with a woven roller with 1/2" or 3/4" nap over semi rough brick pavers that are inset into a concrete deck surrounding a pool. (Brick pavers are hard-set with mortared joints). Your recommendation is for 2 thin coats - my questions are 1) how soon & how late can you apply the second coat after completing first coat? 2)Would you cross roll the second coat also like you have described for the first coat? 3)To obtain a thin coat will the 1/2" or 3/4" roller nap be OK to use? Thanks
    • We will reply to your comment shortly
      The Sealer Store · 09/04/2020
      1. The second can go on as soon as the first is dry.
      2. Yes.
      3. Yes.
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    TH · 09/03/2020
    Never mind. I see it. Sorry to waste your time. Have a great day.
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    TH · 08/29/2020
    I have stamped concrete that was recently etched and then stained with a water-based stain. I see that Supreme Shied SB-600 is solvent based. Am I able to use it on this stamped concrete that has been stained with a water-based stain? Please let me know. Thanks.
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Joseph · 08/25/2020
    I have cement pavers under a covered Lani. When it rains hard in FL the water at times seeps up from under the pavers. I want a "wet" look. Can I use a solvent based sealer or do I need a water based sealer because it is more porous. Thanks
    • We will reply to your comment shortly
      The Sealer Store · 08/25/2020
      A sealer will not prevent water from seeping through the pavers. Sealers only work to prevent water from soaking into a surface.
      • We will reply to your comment shortly
        Joseph · 08/25/2020
        Sorry I did not make myself clear enough. I am concerned about water seeping up through the paver and getting trapped under a solvent based sealer and turning the sealer yellow or hazzy. I understand that water based sealers are more porous. Would they let the water evaporate and avoid yellowing?
        • We will reply to your comment shortly
          The Sealer Store · 08/25/2020
          Does not matter if solvent or water-based, it is possible that for a sealer to haze if the pavers are consistently wet.
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Francis Etheridge · 08/18/2020
    Hello, our pavement company recommended we wait a year before applying a sealer to ensure the efflorescence process is finished. Is that your advice also or would waiting a month be sufficient? Thank you!
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Geof J · 08/13/2020
    You note that two thin coats are recommended - are the coverages shown based on two thin coats or would I need double the amount for the two coat application?
  • We will reply to your comment shortly
    Mike DeMott · 08/12/2020
    How long will the unused left over quantity of SB350 last (for future use) that's kept in the sealed container? Thanks
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