Supreme Shield SB-600 5 Gallon

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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 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 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 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



Wednesday, 03 May 2017

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

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    Keith K · 07/23/2021
    After applying the first thin coat of Supreme Shield SB-600, how many hours must I wait before applying the second coat?  Can I do both coats in the same day?
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      The Sealer Store · 07/23/2021
      Apply the second as soon as the first is dry to touch. 1-2 hours.
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    TODD · 07/15/2021
    Probably asking too much, but - Have a paver patio, 7 years old with polymeric sand redone last summer, sand in fairly sound condition, but have mold/moss/weed issues. After I clean it down, with I'm not 100% sure what,  looking for a sealer that (preferably) enhanced the color a little, has a natural to matte finish (I hate the reflective plastic-coated visual effect), and would offer at least some joint protection.  In NY.
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      The Sealer Store · 07/15/2021
      Supreme Shield SB-600 or 350 for NY is the correct choice.
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        TODD RYAN · 07/20/2021
        OK, ordered the 350.  Will likely roll it on.  What napp roller cover would you recommend for pavers with polymeric sand?
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    Katie · 07/11/2021
    I just applied this sealer to my pavers and they look great but I didn’t get as much coverage as expected (only about 700-800 sq ft from 10 gallons). It was the first coat and my pavers must be very porous. 
    Is a second coat required? They look great with only one but I want to do it right and not make more work for myself in the future. It’s just getting a bit pricey. Or could I do one coat now and one next summer? I assume I’ll need far less with each subsequent coat, is this accurate? I live in the Pacific Northwest (lots of rain/moss) and about 30% of the patio is covered and protected from the elements. Thanks so much! 
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      The Sealer Store · 07/12/2021
      You can leave it for now and then if needed, apply another coat next Summer. Coverage can be a little better with additional coats but it really depends on how porous it is.
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    Pat Coons · 07/03/2021
    Does SS SB600 need to be stirred before applying to pavers?
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    Steve · 05/12/2021
    I have purchased SB-600 to seal my stamped concrete pool deck.  After reading reviews, significant mentions have been made regarding "hazing and white areas".  I have some sections that certainly aren't the red color of the stamped concrete.  My assumption is the discoloration is due to foot traffic and the chlorine from the pool.  Does this fit the description?  I hope I don't need to strip first....
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      The Sealer Store · 05/12/2021
      The SB-600 does not haze or turn white. Your current sealer has discolored though and should be stripped. It is not from foot traffic or chlorine.
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    TIM LONG · 04/28/2021
    I purchased this product from you last spring and was very pleased with results (aging EP henry pavers).  I'd like to apply again this year but need to clean first (dirt and some mold/algae on polymeric in joints).  Will a bleach based cleaner harm the sealer that's already on?  If so, any suggestions for best product to clean pavers with existing/old SB-600 application, before applying more?  Thanks.    
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      The Sealer Store · 04/28/2021
      We would not suggest bleach. If just dirty, use water only to clean with a pressure washer.
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    Steve · 04/27/2021
    looking to seal stamped concrete pool deck.  Do not know if previous owner used a sealer.  Do not want a slick surface, and would like to bring back the original red color of the concrete.  What product do you recommend?  Also, would like to use a sprayer if at all possible.  Thanks!
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    Robert · 04/25/2021
    Two thin coats are recommended.  I plan to apply with a sprayer.  How long should I wait between coats?  Please confirm the coverage rate is based on 2 coats, i.e. 200 square feet per gallon with application of 2 thin coats.
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      The Sealer Store · 04/25/2021
      Second coat goes on as soon as the first is dry. You will average about 100-125 sq feet for two coats on pavers. Goes a little farther for stamped..
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    Bruce · 04/18/2021
    I purchased several gallons of SB-350 last year.  I plan to use it on my newly installed paver pool deck but decided to wait a full season before applying. I was going to apply it myself but just asked a sealer contractor to give me a estimate to apply it and he explained that he doesn't use solvent-based sealers due to their tendency to give pavers a cloudy surface after 6 months or so. He claims it is because how humid our climate is. Says these types of sealers trap moisture and cause this issue. So now I am wondering if this product will have this problem. What is your experience with this product in humid climates, like FL? Will I still be okay with using?
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      The Sealer Store · 04/18/2021
      Your contractor is incorrect. It is not the base that can cause this but the quality. The SB-350 will not blush as it is breathable. 
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        Bruce · 04/18/2021
        Perfect. I think I will just proceed with my original plan and just apply it myself. Thanks for the quick response.
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    David Sherburne · 04/15/2021
    Why won't plastic sprayer work vs. Metal?
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      The Sealer Store · 04/15/2021
      It will ruin the internal seals of plastic sprayers and or be too thick. Need metal. 
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        David Sherburne · 04/27/2021
        I used Gator low gloss + color enhancer water based sealer 2 yrs ago on my paver and did not achieve wet look. Can I apply the SB-350 over this? Is there a quality difference between SB-350 & SB-600?
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          The Sealer Store · 04/27/2021
          You should be able to apply over it as long as the surface is porous and the old sealer has not discolored. Difference between the 350 and the 600 is what is allowed in your state.
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    David Sherburne · 04/15/2021
    I live in Maine. Do I use SB600? VS 350?
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    Gabe · 04/14/2021
    I have a 920 sq. ft. concrete paver (Belgard product) driveway to apply a sealer. It's about one year old and unsealed at this point. I'm planning to use the SB-600 to seal the driveway.

    How much product would you recommend for my patio area? If I buy two 5-gal SB-600, will that be enough for two coats? Also, how long should I typically wait in between coats? Do I need to wait the full 4 hours?
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      The Sealer Store · 04/14/2021
      2 Pails should cover about 1000 sq feet for two coats. Apply second coat as soon as the first coat is dry.
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    Jana Rae · 04/03/2021
    will the odor adversely affect pets?

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    John S. · 04/01/2021
    I have a several questions on the Supreme Shield SB-600.
    I have stamped concrete around a pool that was previously laid and sealed 4 years ago by the concrete company. I am not sure on the sealer product that was used, but was not happy with the sealer.
    1. Will I need to strip the existing sealer?
    2. Is this product slippery for use around a pool?
    3. Will I need to buy the low VOC for NY state?
    4. Which is better spraying or rolling this product?
    5. If I use a roller is an 18" with a 1.25 nap solvent resistant the correct roller to use?
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      The Sealer Store · 04/01/2021
      1. That would depend on the previous sealer type.
      2. Not typically.
      3. Yes.
      4. Either is fine.
      5. Sure.
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    Gerald Newbrough · 02/11/2021
    I used your SB-600 3-1/2 years ago and liked it. So I applied it again yesterday, but apparently not as thickly as before since I have enough left over to do a second coat. My question is, how long do I need to wait to apply another coat?
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    Phil Roberts · 09/18/2020
    Can Supreme Shield SB-600 be applied over Foundation Armor 350 that was placed on stamped concrete a year ago? The AR 350 faded badly.
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    Gonzo1121 · 08/24/2020
    Looking to seal pavers and would love to know which product would be best for us. We live in Arizona and would like a product that's not harmful to the environment. We would like to bring some of the color out of the stone.
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    Joe · 08/24/2020
    I applied Foundation Armor matte wet look WL550 to our pavers, which did not give even the slightest wet look. Would it be ok to apply SB-600 over this coating?
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    Matt S · 08/23/2020
    I live in California so I assume that I'll have to use the SB350 version. I'll be using it on a stamped, colored pool deck. Will it dry to a nice wet look? I'm looking for your best california compliant wet look sealer. Would this be the best one that you sell that can be used in california?
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    James George · 08/14/2020
    Incredible product. We ending up having to make this into a DIY project, completely stripping the many layers of failed sealer from our cement areas and then sealing the cement and pavers, which had never been sealed. We live in CA so used Supreme Shield SB-350. The pics are not the best but can give you a good idea of the outcome. We had over 2000 sq ft to do. We could not be more pleased with the results. Thank you Sealer Store for a great recommendation!
Parameters of Product: Concrete and Brick Paver Sealers
Application Method
Roll or Chapin 1949 Sprayer Only
Interior or Exterior
Your Surface Type
Brick Pavers/Stamped/Decorative Concrete
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