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Eagle 1 gal. Armor Seal Urethane Modified Acrylic Glossy Durable Water-Based Low Odor Clear Concrete Sealer
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1 gal. Armor Seal Urethane Modified Acrylic Glossy Durable Water-Based Low Odor Clear Concrete Sealer

  • Clear acrylic for all types of interior concrete
  • Urethane modified for durability
  • Water based for low odor
$34.97 /each

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Eagle Armor Seal protects and beautifies your interior concrete with a clear, semi-gloss shine. Your concrete will look new while being protected. This durable, urethane-modified, water-based acrylic sealer is specially formulated for interior concrete.

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  • Protects from freezing, salt and most chemicals
  • Seals and makes old concrete look new
  • 1 gal. covers approximately 200 sq. ft.
  • Does not blush when wet
  • Self-priming
  • Non-yellowing and UV resistant
  • 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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Altogether, how much area does this 1 gallon jug cover at 2 coats?

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Half a gallon covered approximately 250 sq ft for my application (so 500 sq ft/gal). You want to apply this very thin or it will not breathe. Use a pump sprayer and back roll to thin out both coats. Anywhere you apply it too thick it will turn a white milky color trapping moisture underneath under heavy rains, etc. that goes away when it dries out but it's easy to see later when it rains where you Read More
Half a gallon covered approximately 250 sq ft for my application (so 500 sq ft/gal). You want to apply this very thin or it will not breathe. Use a pump sprayer and back roll to thin out both coats. Anywhere you apply it too thick it will turn a white milky color trapping moisture underneath under heavy rains, etc. that goes away when it dries out but it's easy to see later when it rains where you applied it too thick. Read Less
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1 gallon of the sealer will cover approximately 200 sq. ft.
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How slippery is finish when wet or with snow. And is product effected by extreme temperatures.

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I live in Fairbanks, AK. Temperatures range from 90 F (summer) to -50 (winter). The walk I would like to treat is outside under overhanging roof. I am concerned about slippery product in winter when snow drifts on top. Whether the product is effected be extreme cold. If the product does make it slippery, how does the acid stain effect the concrete if it is not sealed afterward?
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i live in Oregon and i applied this right at the beginning of the rainy season. I did use an anti-slip product that one mixes directly into the can (you have to apply the sealer with a roller, if you use do this). I'd recommend you'd add this product to the sealer, if it's on an area like a driveway (like mine).
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I am going to dye my floors with Eagle dye and then put the Eagle water based sealer on do I have to neutralize the floor after I dye it?

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For both the interior and exterior Eagle dyes, the floor should be neutralized before dyeing. For interior floor, let the dye dry for a minimum of 4 hours and then apply Armor Seal and follow with Eagle polish.
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I would like to use it on concrete countertop, after I put epoxy sealer on it first

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I am trying to have a glossy finish
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Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by First Layer Really Soaked In I used this product after neutralizing the acid stain on my floors. I bought two gallons to use on 400 sq ft. I got worried when I had to stretch the first gallon to make it all the way across. Apparently only the first layer really soaks in. Once it was sealed, the next two layers went on very thin. August 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product Went on easy and looked great - I applied this to the driveway that had been stained. Nice glossy finish. It's only been a few days, but already after a heavy rain storm it's looking good. Will have to wait and see how it maintains over the Winter. October 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy DIY water cleanup. Overall happy. It came in a paint bucket instead of the jar pictured. This was a good thing because it made application easier. I could dip the brush directly into the product. It is very thin like water. I used 3/4ths of the gallon to cover approximately 100 square sfeet and thought I would have to order a second gallon for the second coat, but the first coat just soaks in more. I finished the second coat with 1/4 of the can, although I used a brush instead of a roller to make it go further and did not try to give the grout a second coat. I could have used another 1/4 gallon but did not want to spend the extra money. I did like the product. It cleans up with water. Once it cured, the cement pavers appear"waterproof" as water beads up on them. They don't have the wet look I wanted although they are a little darker. Maybe another gallon would give them a shine? Some pavers look blotchy even with an extra thick second coat where I was trying to cover the areas that looked like I had missed on the first coat. It wasn't a coverage issue, but could be that the pavers vary in composite consistency. The pavers are from the other big box home store. I chose them for the red and purple grays that went with a granite wall behind the new patio. I learned that this product does not cover blemishes in the floor. It goes on milky purple and dries clear, so if you have imperfections in the concrete beforehand, this product does not hide anything, but it may prevent further staining. I had a contractor tell me to use urethane on my carport after I grind off the old paint because it is exposed to the weather. I can see how the urethane would protect a stain on bare concrete and not have hot tire issues. It soaks into the concrete. Preparation of the surface would be paramount. That's my next project and I will be researching to be sure this product is right for that job. Is there's other urethane product I should know about? This seems to be what the contractor was referring to but I am not certain. 4/5 stars because I didn't get the wet look I expected even though I am not sure it didn't have something to do with the quality of the pavers. September 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product This product definitely works. The chemicals are strong so would recommend a mask if you are not outdoors. August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Armor seal water based This product worked as expected. For some reason they did not sell the non-water based version which has a more glossy finish. The finish with this was like a damp finish, slightly glossy. I also got the polish which will improve the gloss. It really all boils down to the finish of the concrete. The smoother the concrete the more glossy it will be. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Sealer for Acid-Stained Concrete This sealer was easy to apply with sprayer and provided a low-sheen, durable finish that helped improve and darken the acid-stain color. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thin coats required Easy to apply, sprayed on the sealer and back rolled with a 1/2" nap roller keeping each coat VERY thin. If you apply this sealer thick in any areas it will haze. This is a property of all acrylic sealers. The finish is more satin than gloss. I chose not to apply a second coat since there were some areas that were thicker than others and I did not want to chance fracturing or haze in the top coat. Excellent product. Will use again when I seal my sidewalk/driveway. Can't speak yet to the durability since it was just recently applied. July 21, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Leaves Milky Look Product dried leaving a milky look on outside patio after acid staining. Stain came out great but this product ruined it. June 14, 2015
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