Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 178
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by BR Decent results
It took two coats to make a difference (darken) the look. The firct coat was absorbed and didn't apear to have any affect except to cause warer to bead up on the bricks. The second coat made a big difference.
July 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ASTRO REALLY GREAT STUFF
I WAS A NON BELIEVER IN THE VALUE OF SEALER. WE USED THIS ON VERY HIGH GRADE ARIZONA SANDSTONE FLAGSTONE QUARRIED NEAR THE GRAND CANYON.
WE ALLOWED THE GROUT TO DRY FOR TWO MONTHS - NO RAIN SO IT WAS BONE DRY.
APPLYING THE SEALER IS VERY EASY. IT HAS VERY LOW VISCOSITY (LIKE WATER). IF YOU ARE TOO HEAVY OR LIGHT IN A SPOT, ROLLING OVER THE AREA FIXES IT UP PERFECT. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND ROLLING IT NOT SPRAYING. WE BOUGHT SOME 18 INCH ROLLERS TO DO 3000 SQ FEET. IF YOU WALK ON A WET ROLLED SPOT IT DOES NOT STICK LIKE GOOEY PAINT TO YOUR SHOES. SPOTS THAT HAVE A MILKY LOOK WHERE IT IS OVER-SATURATED CAN BE ROLLED OUT TEN MINUTES LATER.
HERE IN ARIZONA WHERE IT GETS CRAZY HOT WE DID IT AT SUNRISE FOR 2 OR 3 HOURS. WHEN THE TEMPERATURE GETS TO 90 DEGREES YOU CAN TELL IT IS GOING ON FUNNY - SO STOP AND FINISH THE NEXT DAY. NO PROBLEMS LAPPING OVER IF YOU ARE NOT QUITE SURE WHERE YOU STOPPED. INSTRUCTIONS SAY NOT TO APPLY OVER 90 F.
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORNERS WE COULD NOT REACH INTO, WE SPRAYED WITH A REGULAR OLD SPRAY BOTTLE.
I HAVE DONE 2 OR 3 COATS IN SOME SMALL SPOTS WHERE RAIN PUDDLES OR BENEATH A RAIN SPOUT WHICH GETS A LOT OF WATER.
TEST SPRAY SOME WATER THE NEXT DAY...IF IT IS NOT BEADING UP THEN DO ANOTHER COAT. WE BOUGHT A FOURTH 5 GALLON CAN FOR SOME CONCRETE AREAS TOO.
WE USED NON-GLOSSY - STONES LOOK JUST LIKE THEY DID PRIOR TO COATING(S)
July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hamish Sealer for Stamped Concrete Sidewalk
I applied two coats to my sidewalk and will know in a year how it performs. It seemed to apply about the same way as other brands I've used, that is, the coverage seems to be the same, although this product cost considerably less.
I expect that after one year, the sidewalk will still show some sealer on the surface. After two years, the surface will probably have become quite dull and somewhat porous looking, indicating that it's time to applying sealer again. This has been the pattern with the sealers I've used in the past.
I'll post an update a year from now.
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by diy As good as anything for the price.
After pressure washing, used entire 5 gallons to seal pool deck, outside patio, and walkway. The pump/sprayer (optional) for 20 bucks worked fabulously. The 4 D cell batteries that came with the sprayer lasted the entire job. Total cost of the whole job was $100. A professional would have charged much more.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MarkM Concrete Sealer
I am pleased with this product after roller application on new concrete. It was easy to apply without an after smell. The sealer applied in white liquid, but dried natural and quickly. I would recommend this product for it provided sealing capability as advertised.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Firedude Great Product
I found spraying to be an easy application with no streaking. However, I did apply when the concrete was a little too warm causing the product to dry too fast. I re-sprayed the next morning and all was good. Pay attention to the recommended surface temps on the container.
Now my concrete beads water after a rain and resists stains. This is the best product at the best price I could find. You won't be disappointed.
August 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JJ Seems to do the job
Wasn't sure if the product was doing it's job but have noticed with light rain or water sprinkled or dropped on my resurfaced driveway, it beads. The real test will be this winter. Will it prevent spalling? Purchased 7 gal. to cover the drive based on estimated coverage per online. Used a little less than 5 gal applied with a pump sprayer.
August 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by JJ Mixed results
Used this on an older concrete driveway that gets moss from shaded wet conditions. After pressure washing and drying the driveway was clean and uniform in color. Applied Eagle sealant by spray followed by rolling with a paint roller to assure uniform coverage. Driveway ended up being spotted as areas had different levels of absorption of the sealant. Don't know yet about well it will protect but you should be aware that spotting is possible if the surface has different levels of absorption. Coverage was less than 1000 sq ft per 5 gallon container probably due to roughness of surface.
July 26, 2016