Rated 2.8 out of 5Â by 30
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Carman This product is horrible and ruined my new patio!
I followed the instructions to the letter. The patio was dry for at least four days prior, I applied it when there was no direct sunlight, the temperatures were in the recommended range and I used a roller with the recommended knapp depth. My $3000 patio looks horrible with white patches and streaks all over it and appears to be ruined. I wish I had read the customer reviews prior to application. I spent four hours cleaning (one week prior), blowing off any debris, and applying this product. This was back breaking work and the sealer cost me over $60. In my opinion this has either ruined my patio or will cost me a lot of extra money to correct. I see where Behr recommends that if this happens you should purchase their stripper and start over. WHAT! Spend more money on products to correct the problems already caused by a faulty product. This product should be removed from the market. It looks like I may need to spend hundreds of dollars now to hire a contractor to correct this mess! The patio now looks horrible!!!!!
July 6, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Homeowner Beware!
I have nothing positive to say about this product. My reason is...I read a lot of reviews. Prep work was described as being the most important part before applying this product. I focussed on cleaning the patio properly. I pressure washed completely two different days. I used the leaf blower to make sure nothing loose on the patio. I then applied to a small section. Thank god it was just a small section. 2' x 6'. I let it dry. I did everything I was suppose to do. It just applied a white coat on the brick. Took away from the color. Low Luster not. A white luster. Not clear after it dried. It was a pain to take out and left white stains on the patio. Look at pictures. Gonna try using the wet look sealer.
August 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by dutycop sealer for cement statues.
I used this low lustre sealer on large cement statues of lions. I sprayed and brushed it on after powerwashing. Two years now and it looks great. snow and ice have had no impact. Now that I am Looking to seal my Slate and stone was) way and stairs I cannot fond it in stores. It seals and fills cracks unlike penetrating sealers which do not hold up to freezing and thawing at all. Used them to no avail.
September 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by JoeV very good
This stuff works well but you must shake it well!!! before using and put it on lite and don't streak it a good roller and brush for edge work all you need!! dry's a nice satin finish
September 30, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by eiger003 Acrylic sealer, not a penetrating sealer
I just used the Low-Luster sealer on 360 sq ft. of concrete and paver bricks.
It looks ok, but it is an acrylic sealer not a penetrating sealer like I wanted.
I thought I was buying a penetrating sealer... because it said sealer on the label.
Also, the person at the paint counter was not well informed about the concrete products.
Acrylic sealers are not great because they create a film on top of the surface.
They also need to be reapplied every year or two. Most penetrating sealers last for at least 5 if not more.
Concrete and brick are porous from all sides and moisture will find its way in then get trapped under the "top coat". There really is no way to "seal" concrete unless you have access to all sides.
I contacted Behr and told them to please change their label graphics to include the words "top coat" and/or "acrylic" sealer.
The product does look good and went on as instructed. However I will be removing it next year and using a real penetrating sealer in its place.
September 19, 2014