Eagle

Model # EUC5

Internet # 203075969

5 gal. Gloss Coat Clear Wet Look Solvent-Based Acrylic Concrete Sealer

$99.97 /each
  • High Gloss Clear Concrete sealer
  • Wet Look acrylic concrete coating
  • Protect and Beautify your concrete

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Product Overview

Eagle Gloss Coat Clear is a high gloss, durable acrylic film. Eagle Gloss Coat Clear should be used on all types of decorative concrete. Your concrete will look better than new and never yellow. Protect and beautify your concrete with Eagle Gloss Coat Clear.

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  • Exposed aggregate sealer
  • High gloss wet look
  • Protects from water and salt damage and lessens rock popping
  • Oil-based for best adhesion
  • High solids acrylic co-polymer
  • Cures and seals fresh concrete
  • Seals and makes old concrete look new
  • Seals concrete pavers
  • 5 gal. covers approximately 500 sq. ft.
  • Self priming and reseals easily
  • Non-yellowing 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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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size 
5 GA-Gallon 
Coverage Area (sq. ft.) 
500 

Details

Application Method 
Roller 
Coating Product Category 
Waterproofer/Sealer 
Color Family 
Clear 
Color/Finish 
Clear 
Dry to the touch (hours) 
Interior/Exterior 
Exterior 
Number of coats recommended 
Paint/Stain Base Material 
Acrylic 
Paint/Stain Clean Up 
Paint Thinner 
Paint/Stain Key Features 
UV/Fade Resistant 
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type 
Deck, House & Concrete 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Substrate/Surface Use Type 
Concrete/Brick/Masonry/Stone 
Time before recoating (hours) 
Transparency 
Transparent 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
Since the methods of application and conditions are beyond our control, we make no guarantee or warranty concerning the use or results to be obtained from use of the described product. Any such warranty of merchantability is disclaimed. Buyer is soley responsible for results. 

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IS this product slippery when wet and/or during icy winter

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Hudson, Ohio
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September 11, 2015
Hi, I lived near the snowbelt area in Cleveland, Oh. My Driveway is on a incline and I'm worried that during wet and icy seasons here. Will I need a "grip" additive when I apply this product?
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Tyler, TX
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November 8, 2015
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Yes. Unfortunately what ever you add to make for traction it will eventually wear off over time and use.
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Columbus, OH
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November 5, 2015
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I can not speak for this product, but I used a gloss sealer for my drive way 2 years ago and it was the worst decision i made. When it was humid or wet the drive way was very slippery. I hated myself for doing that and would never make that mistake again. If you have a incline drive way i would advise to avoid any type of sealer that gives you a wet look (when dry).
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October 26, 2015
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This is directly related to the coarseness of the stone or concrete. There are a wide variety of grip products you should use if applying this over very smooth concrete. if it is brushed concrete I would not think it is needed. If it is pavers, then no.
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Littleton, CO
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September 24, 2015
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Surface does become a little slick when wet/probably when snowy also. I did not see a product to use as a traction/grip enhancer to use with it when I ordered this product. I don't know if this product is recommended for driveways. You may want to get something less glossy. I have seen a video of someone using a product like this, and then throwing something on it before drying. I assume this was for Read More
Surface does become a little slick when wet/probably when snowy also. I did not see a product to use as a traction/grip enhancer to use with it when I ordered this product. I don't know if this product is recommended for driveways. You may want to get something less glossy. I have seen a video of someone using a product like this, and then throwing something on it before drying. I assume this was for traction. Looked like it could have been sand. Read Less
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Can aluminum trim be sealed?

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Tampa, Fl
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April 20, 2016
My pavers are contained by aluminum trim (painted white by mfg) that support my lanai structure. Can I seal the trim or do I need to tape the trim to just seal the pavers? See the attachment for more detail. Thanks for your help, Jim S
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Tampa, FL
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April 27, 2016
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Thanks for the feedback! I did tape the aluminium trim just to ensure that the white paint would NOT be damaged. I ONLY wanted to seal the pavers; the lanai structure is over 10 years old so I just wanted to rejuvenate the pavers . The tape worked fine.
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San Diego, Ca
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April 27, 2016
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You can tape the aluminum trim if you like but I personally wouldn't waste the time. Wiping off the 5 gallon Gloss Clear Coat referenced from the trim with a rag or towel is what I would do. To answer your question, yes you can seal the aluminum but not with some an aluminum sealer not the sealer you would use for the concrete. These two items have different surfaces which would require different sealers Read More
You can tape the aluminum trim if you like but I personally wouldn't waste the time. Wiping off the 5 gallon Gloss Clear Coat referenced from the trim with a rag or towel is what I would do. To answer your question, yes you can seal the aluminum but not with some an aluminum sealer not the sealer you would use for the concrete. These two items have different surfaces which would require different sealers in order to be effective. I don't have any recommendations for a sealer you can use on both, but I know you can find a sealer for aluminum with no problem. Good luck with your project I hope I was able to help. Read Less
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Palm Harbor, FL
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April 26, 2016
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Hey Jim
Great question. The sealer is solvent based or rather oil based. If it was me I would tape the aluminum just in case the sealer lifted the white paint. Just remember there is no need to seal the aluminum this product is for concrete pavers or natural stone wouldn't do any good on aluminum. Good luck with your project
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Can this product be used for a ceiling indoors in a condo/loft?

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What is the surface you are wanting to apply on. Sheetrock, wood ???
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I cannot imagine doing this. The solvent is very strong smelling and I cannot imagine applying it upside down. Not recommended in my book.
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The smell is so toxic, I really don't think it is advisable to use indoors, unless you can vacate for a month and leave the windows open to off-gas.
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What is the recommended preparation needed prior to application to previously sealed (stained) concrete?

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With out knowing what was used to seal in the first place you can not know if the next product will bond. Generally denatured alcohol is a solvent for latex products, Xylene for solvent based acrylic based sealers, etc. What ever solvents will cause the existing coating to come off on a rag generally will give evidence as to the vehicle used in making the coating that make it liquid until it drys Read More
With out knowing what was used to seal in the first place you can not know if the next product will bond. Generally denatured alcohol is a solvent for latex products, Xylene for solvent based acrylic based sealers, etc. What ever solvents will cause the existing coating to come off on a rag generally will give evidence as to the vehicle used in making the coating that make it liquid until it drys emitting the vehicle or solvent. Some solvents are so "hot" they will make anything come up. It is not very easy to know about some existing coatings without doing some testing. Read Less
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My prep was only pressure washing the surface and using a squeegee to help drying time. Let the surface dry, then apply. My concrete was previously sealed, but had come to the end of the sealer's life. This product recommends application every two years.
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Huntington Beach, CA
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If the concrete is clean, I would just hose and sweep it down to get off the surface dirt and you should be good to go. A light power washing at most if there is stubborn stains that need to be removed first. Whatever you see on the concrete is what you'll see after your application, only shiny. This stuff is very forgiving and goes on easy and quick and looks amazing.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 159 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quality product, make sure you have the right sprayer or roller... otherwise don't write a bad review, it will be you not the product I have used this product for a number of years and it is consistent in quality. IMPORTANT TIP: use a very high quality sprayer. The average pump sprayer will not deliver a good experience as they will clog up very fast, and the average pump wands drip incessantly even when the trigger is not deployed. May I suggest the Chapin 19249 Extreme dripless 3.5 gallon model. It is of steel construction and designed to spray a high solids product and tolerate solvents. You will have sticker shock, but in the long run this tank will last you a very long time (if you keep it cleaned and cared for). Make sure to clean up with a run through of solvent such as Xylene and a final run through of Mineral Spirits as a final conditioner. -- This product will add a "wet look" to your block, and darken the sheen slightly. See photo for an example of sealed block vs a grey unsealed block sitting on top of the block run. -- Also, this product is a high solids acrylic and will begin to dry fairly fast. Your first application will require more product. Renew applications may be done at 2 or 3 year intervals. -- You may add a thinner such as Xylene to aid in pump dispersion, although do not add more than a quart per two gallons of original material. July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Performs as expected, good product I have about 750 square feet and I may have put extra product on the stones. I purchased 15 gallons and applied a sprayed coat back rolled. I soaked the sand with sealer and rolled a coat over the the whole patio. I used about 11 gallons and a major portion went into the sand joints to harden and seal them. I expected a shiny wet look but it did not come out as I had envisioned. The right side is 3rd coated and the left side is just second coat, I had previously coated most as there is a small extension. This is second use of the product and I would recommend. In Florida the sealer has a shorter life and requires reseal sooner than I would expect. We had rain and the beading is as expected. May 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Eagle Gloss Coat We purchased this product to re-seal our driveway. In previous years we always used a water based sealer. The solvent base was a little cheaper so we decided to try it. It covers well and appears to be working well (it's only a few weeks so it's difficult to say for sure). May go back to water based for ease of cleanup. May 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Concrete Sealer for Exposed Aggregate The concrete sealer was delivered quickly to my home. The instruction were easy to understand. The product was easy to put down. I used a roller with a 3/4" nap. The coverage was a little better than described. I put down 2 coats the concrete looks great. The gloss look is not too extreme. I would describe it as just right. I will definitely re-order this product again when I need to re-seal my patio. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Looks Great Ordered online from Home Depot, delivered in 4 days, 1 Day earlier than promised. It took me about 1 1/2 Hours to cover what is in pic and about 3/8th of the 5 Gallon Bucket. Went on easy Pic is about 3 hours dry, looks great. Wear gloves and a mask, the initial odor is pretty strong May 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product This is the second year I have applied Eagle gloss coat. We live in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains and the weather really takes a toll on our driveway. The directions say apply everyother year, but I have found I need to use this type of sealer every year. There is little to no bulid up as it is worn off. This year I am applying only one coat to see if it makes any difference in how it lasts. I does have a strong odor for the first day, but seemed to fade away after it is thoroughly dry, so you may want to wear a painters mask that will reduce the fumes as you apply. I used a medium knap roller to apply. June 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent coverage just roll it on....!!!! I have done two jobs with this sealer the first one was six year old regular pavers and the other was 1'x1' garden pavers I installed and the results were great. I only got 350 to 400 square feet per 5gal.so here are the details how i achieved my results. 1st pressure wash even if new wait a minimum of 24 hours to dry. 2nd buy the extra large silver rolling pan not plastic at homedepot paint dept. and a 1/2 inch nap or greater roller. 3rd bring a blower to clear pavers of all debris and start rolling. It didn't matter if I went back a second time after the initial coat was dry the same day it still applied evenly and easily. You can do one coat I just filled the pan up and soaked the roller really good and laid it on. cheers January 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent for pavers. The sealer was excellent and looks great! I've used other sealers that promised a "wet look", but never held up to their claims. I usually hire a handyman to pressure and seal the approximately 1500 sq. ft concrete pavers in my backyard but, I thought I could save a lot of money DIY on the weekend. After pressure cleaning the patio and letting it dry for a day, I applied the sealer with a paint roller. Just be sure to wear proper shoes. I wore sandals like a noob and ended up with glossy feet. The results were immediate. As far as duration, time will only tell, but my initial impressions are good. January 2, 2016
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