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BEHR Premium 1-gal. Low-Lustre Sealer
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BEHR Premium

1-gal. Low-Lustre Sealer

$27.98 /each

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The BEHR PREMIUM Low-Lustre Sealer is a clear, non-yellowing, high solids, acrylic-based masonry sealer. It is formulated to seal, protect and beautify concrete and masonry surfaces with a low gloss finish. It is also an excellent topcoat for paints and stains. Ideal for use on use on previously coated/uncoated, vertical/horizontal, interior/exterior surfaces such as: pavers, concrete, mexican tile and unglazed tiles, brick, aggregate, natural and artificial stone, masonry and stucco.

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  • Ideal for interior and exterior, vertical and horizontal concrete and masonry surfaces
  • Clear, Non-Yellowing, Acrylic-Based Sealer
  • Protect and Beautify Concrete and Masonry
  • 100% Acrylic Latex
  • Excellent Topcoat over Paints and Stains
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  • Durable Low-Lustre Finish
  • Easy clean-up with soap and water
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Can this product be used on concrete garage floor with car on top? Thanks

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October 17, 2016
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Hello tony,
Thanks for your question. Yes, this sealer of ours can be applied to a concrete floor that will be driven on and have a car parked on the coating. We recommend waiting 72 hours before driving on the coating and from that point putting down cardboard for 14 days. That way, the sealer has enough time to harden up and become durable enough to withstand vehicle movement on its own. Please follow Read More
Hello tony,
Thanks for your question. Yes, this sealer of ours can be applied to a concrete floor that will be driven on and have a car parked on the coating. We recommend waiting 72 hours before driving on the coating and from that point putting down cardboard for 14 days. That way, the sealer has enough time to harden up and become durable enough to withstand vehicle movement on its own. Please follow all label instructions for best results. Best wishes for your project!
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I applied 2 coats of BEHR wet look sealer to my brick patio. can I add a 3rd coat of low-lustre sealer to finish?

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Hello JCPick,
Great question. Although, technically you can apply the 3rd coat of the low-lustre sealer, we would not recommend it. Since the 2 finishes are different, we are not certain what the final finish would look like.
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Kevin
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Can I use this product on a stone fireplace? Is it safe?

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July 25, 2016
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This product is suitable on stone but it should not be used in a fireplace.
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July 25, 2016
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Hi Martina,
Thanks for writing in! It's safe to use the Low Lustre Sealer on the fireplace, as long as the surface won't get too hot to touch. Good luck on your project! Best, Jeanette P.
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Can I apply this over concrete stain

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May 29, 2016
Just painted my garage floor with Behr concrete stain, can I apply this sealer over the stain ?
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Hello GK,
Thanks for your question! We've actually found that this sealer can be applied to garage floors and over our concrete stains and paints to offer extra protection. This sealer is made to be able to stand up to vehicle traffic (please park on cardboard for two weeks following application). Please be sure to follow all label instructions for best results.
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Not if you're going to drive/park cars in your garage. Hot tire pick-up will ruin your floor in days. Garage floors used for vehicles require much heavier duty stains and sealers/clears. I would only recommend using Eagle One Acid Stain and Clear Gloss on garage floors (I have done two high-end garages that way for clients). After a year the clear is still holding up, even in freezing climates.
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1-gal. Low-Lustre Sealer is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 56.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product if you don't glop it on We have a Chicago apartment built in 1918. There's an interior sunroom that has a poured concrete floor tinted red and stamped to look like tile. It was painted many times over the last 100 years. We used Smart Strip to strip off the paint, then rented a floor scrubber to sand off the remaining paint that the concrete had absorbed and that the stripper couldn't get at. Big rinse with clear water, and two days later (dry time in humid summer weather) we were ready to coat with this product. I read all of the reviews here and so was aware of the problems people were encountering. We had no issues with this product at all. We brushed it on -- had to because we needed to work it into the faux grout lines. We did a thin coat so that the product looked wet, but not white, as we moved along. It dried quickly and we are very pleased with the outcome. We are thinking we'll stop here at one coat because the finish is so nice on your feet, and the light playing on it is very warm and inviting. We love how the floor now looks and feels! We bought a gallon - only size available - and we used maybe 2 cups of it on our 9'x8' floor. So - go with a thin coat and build up with thin coats and you shouldn't have the milky nightmare some of run into. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Hard to use, Directions are vague. I have used Behr semi transparent stain for concrete for several years with good results. This time I decided to add a sealer low lustre to it. This product is not user friendly. The directions say to add a thin coat but, that is a matter of interpretation I added what I considered to be a thin coat and it looked great till it rained. . It turned white & sudsy looking. I wish I would have stuck with the paint and skipped the sealer. I suggest if you chose to use this product put a micro amount down first in a small area and test the process. After drying wet it to see if the distribution is correct and there is no discoloration. Then proceed. Directions are not clear and in general terms. Good luck. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-05-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Milky appearance when wet I used a sprayer to install this sealer, while my wife mitigated the pooling. We have a stamped concrete patio with many ridges and uneven textures, so water and other liquids tend to puddle. The application process was easy for me (I am a novice at this sort of thing). The product is milky-white initially, but that color did not last as it dried, and it looked nice afterward. After two applications, it produced a slight sheen though it did not discolor the concrete. This morning--two days after the initial application--it rained which gave the concrete a milky appearance. For us, this is a minimal issue, since we rarely use the patio except on sunny days, but if you intend to use the sealed area while it is wet (e.g., on concrete surrounding a pool), then you might want to select another sealer. The product was installed July 2016, so we have no idea yet when the concrete will require re-sealing.
Date published: 2016-07-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It's awful This stuff is terrible. Doesn't go on evenly when using the recommended sprayer. I'm going to have to paint my patio now. Don't Buy.
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great for me! I don't get all the reviews I'm reading. I moved into a 8 year old house in 2014 and the pressed concrete patio looked like it never had any maintenance. The grey stain was gone except the edge and had zero coating. I bought the Behr low-lustre without any reviews-just looked like what I wanted and Behr name recognition. I applied it with a roller. It is milky in cracks but it goes away-you can help it along by daubing out the pools with a brush or rag. TWO YEARS later-still looks good. Since then I added on to the patio with UniLock pavers in grey and tan. After reading the reviews I took the leftover sealer and tested it-works fine. Maybe people are putting it on too thick? I'm going to buy some more today.
Date published: 2016-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It worked perfect on re-sealing my stamped concrete. Key is to use it sparingly, mop off excess i... It worked perfect on re-sealing my stamped concrete. Key is to use it sparingly, mop off excess in the cracks. Make sure prior sealer was also water based, to avoid whitening.( Do a patch test before. I don't think this will work on rough stone or pavers, since the solution will seep in and "whiten"). I used a broad microfiber mop, and wiped off the excess also with a microfiber cloth. Was very easy. First layer dried a bit dull, second layer, which I applied 2 hours later dried with a slight sheen as mentioned on the product. Very happy with it, my pool patio looks great. I was a bit worried by all the negative reviews.
Date published: 2016-11-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought this product on the advice of the salesperson in thepaint department, and wish I had rea... I bought this product on the advice of the salesperson in thepaint department, and wish I had read the reviews first. This is quite possibly the worst product of its kind. I followed the directions, scrubbed then even pressure washed the cement in advance. I waited till it dried, then applied with a roller on the horizontal surfaces, and brushed on the vertical. I recoated as per the directions, and left for 24 hours. I am still waiting for it to dry. Each time it rains, the "sealer" turns milky white and washes even further away. As the area "sealed" in the entry way into the house, it gets tracked inside as well. Useless.
Date published: 2016-10-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beware- Slippery when wet Used on 20 yr old concrete pool deck that was never painted or stained. Deck has only been power washed annually. I was concerned about traction so I mixed in Behr non-skid floor additive. Rained day after I put it down and deck became very slippery. Cannot imagine how slick it would have been without the additive. Will now have to research remedies to help avoid injuries when grandkids are getting out of pool. As for appearance, this product left the deck with noticeable color variations. Looks as if it penetrated differently in different areas. That said, it is possible (likely) that much of the coloration difference is just due to the age and wear of the concrete surface. Can't fault the product for that. Behr should, however, identify the potential for traction issues on their product label. Definitely not a good choice for a pool deck.
Date published: 2016-06-15
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