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BEHR Premium 5-gal. Wet Look Sealer
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BEHR Premium

5-gal. Wet Look Sealer

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BEHR PREMIUM Wet-Look 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 high 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 High-Gloss 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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Is this styrene acrylic?

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October 24, 2016
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October 27, 2016
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Hi Pat,
The Wet Look Sealer is 100% acrylic. It does not contain any styrene. Best wishes! - Sara
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NO
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Can i put this over your granite grip paint on a carports floor

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October 12, 2016
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October 13, 2016
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Hello nick,
Thanks for your question. I wouldn't be able to recommend the application of our sealers over Granite Grip, as we don't have testing to back up this sort of application. Also, I should mention that Granite Grip is not designed to be applied to surfaces that are driven on such as carports. Best wishes for your project!
-Joshua
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I see no problem !
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Seal basement concrete dust

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July 31, 2016
I can use this to dust proof an unfinished concrete floor in my basement?
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August 2, 2016
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Hello NewHomePwner,
Thanks for your question. No Behr products, including this one, are meant to seal or reduce dust. In fact, we'd recommend removing any dust before applying our products to a surface, and removing dust from the coating would be a matter of periodic maintenance. Having said that, our Wet-Look Sealer can be applied to an unfinished concrete floor in a basement as long as the floor does Read More
Hello NewHomePwner,
Thanks for your question. No Behr products, including this one, are meant to seal or reduce dust. In fact, we'd recommend removing any dust before applying our products to a surface, and removing dust from the coating would be a matter of periodic maintenance. Having said that, our Wet-Look Sealer can be applied to an unfinished concrete floor in a basement as long as the floor does not have hydrostatic pressure. Please be sure to follow all label instructions for best results. Thanks!
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Can I use this on bricks that my free standing fireplace stands on?

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August 23, 2016
There is approx 20" clearance between the brick and the bottom of the fireplace.
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Hello Ngs,
Great question. As long as the bricks don’t get to hot to touch when the fireplace is on, then you can use our Wet Look Sealer. However, if they are too hot to touch when the fireplace is on, then we would not recommend using our sealer.
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Kevin
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5-gal. Wet Look Sealer is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 169.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Wet look turned milky on second coat I loved the way my patio looked after the first coat, but per the label I waited the 4 hours, and then applied the second coat, on a nice 75degree day, and the patio turned milky white... I am so disappointed... I spent alot of money to make sure I followed all of the instructions perfectly, to have it turn milky white on the final step! and now it sounds like I will have to spend more money to fix it. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stamped Concrete is now milky white Rolled this on stamped concrete that had been cured 30 days and cleaned. Weather was 72 degrees. Almost immediately the product turned milky white in many areas, over 70%, and stayed that way through the drying process. Now I will not apply a second coat, that will make it harder to remove. Terrible product.
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really forgiving product that creates a nice gloss look I removed the gray paint off my basement floor. I kind of like the way that the 100 year old cement floor looked. It had all these cool cracks, this warm brown patina, and the iron in the cement had crystalized in little red veins. When I cleaned off the floor with Mr. Clean and water, AND LET IT DRY COMPLETELY, I applied this product to it, and in the end it really made the floor colors pop. It looked like a polished concrete floor. We went ahead and decorated the basement into a movie den and didn't even bother to put rugs down the floor looked so cool. Basically, just slop this stuff on. Doesn't have to be perfect. It will all smooth out After a few hours, it will be dry enough where you can walk on it with socks and soak up any spots where it pools. For example, our concrete floor had some divots in it where the sealer pooled. I'd wait 12 hours before putting on the second application, and then 24 hours before you walk on it normally. We've had our basement floor sealed for about 3 months. We had to rearrange heavy furniture (i.e. slide it) and the floor didn't scratch at all, like I feared it would. One thing to note, about a week after I coated the floor, I noticed something about the concrete I didn't like. I removed the sealer with citristrip, (about a square foot) made the repair to the floor and recoated the floor with the Behr sealer. I was afraid it wouldn't blend with the previous coats, but it blended fine. It's a very forgiving product. The only thing I wonder about is if it blocks out the moisture extracting nature of the cement floor, which is key in a basement. But other than that, you can coat a huge area with this and the value for the money is great. Really makes a cement floor pop. Ours almost looks like polished granite. So cool. Also, the surface of the floor is great. It repels dirt and dust like crazy. So easy to keep our once filthy, formerly carpeted basement clean now. I don't worry about water in our basement anymore. BTW: Don't ever carpet your basement unless you have a serious dehumidifier. Learn to live with cement.
Date published: 2016-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best wet look sealer Amazing product. I started this last night and was terrified when I came on here to look up a question with all the negative reviews. My floors look perfect now. I scrubbed my black slate then applied 1 coat with a cheap paint brush (new of course). This was applied to my kitchen and entry way floors total time with scrubbing 3 hours Pics enclosed. No horrible smells in my house either. Will tell everyone about this product.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Great ! I do not understand all the negative comments - I've used a hand pump garden sprayer to put this product on a stamped concrete patio and a large aggregate driveway for years, with excellent results. The only milky streaks I've encountered were a result of puddles in cracks or low spots, which are easily seen during application and spread out with a brush or sponge. You've GOT to follow the directions regarding applying it to a completely dry surface and mist it on with light coats. I suspect most of the commenters' problems have been a result of either too much moisture or coating it on too heavily. I've gotten great results in the Summer by power washing, waiting a couple days for the concrete to bake in the sun, then applying the sealer in the evening when it's cooler and no direct sun. Yes, you need 2-3 days with no rain, but it does work and it looks great.
Date published: 2016-07-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Product It makes the difference when applied to surface. Make sure to apply it when the surface is cool otherwise you will have a milky looking concrete. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Date published: 2016-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought eight gal. of this even though I read some of the reviews , pavers need to be dry - - an... I bought eight gal. of this even though I read some of the reviews , pavers need to be dry - - and also the ground under the pavers needs to be as dry as possible . I put two coats down and it looks pretty good , with a good shine . I live in florida so I know not to put this down when it is real hot and humid . All I can say is time will tell how it holds up , especially on the driveway - - I will most likely put a third coat on the driveway due to the use it gets.
Date published: 2016-11-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If it came out bad you are doing something wrong I never really like writing reviews but I read them all of the time. I bought this product with out reading the reviews while I was still in the store. After I returned home is when I wanted to see how others were feeling about the wetsealer. After reading nearly 20 or so reviews I was a little worried about the application. So for 4 or 5 days I just sat outside contemplating if I should take it back or not. After just reading instructions over and over, looking at the location of many unhappy reviewers and putting aside that most of them are only telling the partial truth, I decide to give it a try anyway. So here is my conclusion. Most of the people that are unhappy with the product are usually located in a very humid environment. If the humidity is high don't apply this product. The humidity will not allow the product to release necessary chemical reaction to dry properly. I would use a sprayer to apply the product with a very very light coating in small section no more than 6'×6' at a time. After you spray use a paint roller to even out the sealer on the applied surface.then move to the next section. This will prevent the surface from becoming over saturated with the sealer. To much at one time will make it to thick to dry property and this will result in a milky coat. I think some people here don't understand that this product has to go on very thin for absorption and drying properly. It also helps to live in an environment with very low humidity. I live in the northern California Valley so all we have in the summer is dry hot heat. If I lived in the San Francisco Bay area I wouldn't used this product. If it is August and I live in Florida I wouldn't use this product. Yes I am from Florida born and raised there so I know the humidity is high which I didn't understand until I moved to California. All I saying is some folks are putting this product on to thick because they want the best shine possible and they are ignoring the instructions. So they are mad. In short, application, location and patiences is needed to get the proper look you want. Take 3 or 4 days and thin multiple coats to get it right. I will attempt to attach an image if possible. Ok so I post this twice because I did it through the mobile version the first time. Pic below
Date published: 2016-07-06
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