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Miracle Sealants 32 oz. Impregnator Penetrating Sealer
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Miracle Sealants

32 oz. Impregnator Penetrating Sealer

  • Stain protector for tile, natural stone, and grout
  • Keeps surfaces slip resistant
  • Will not turn yellow
$29.27 /each

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Protect your grout, natural stone or masonry surface with the Miracle Sealants 32 oz. Penetrating Sealer. Its special formula is designed to form an invisible barrier on medium to dense porous surfaces that is resistant to moisture and stains. It will not alter your surface's natural look nor will it make it slippery.

  • Hard surface cleaner and sealant
  • Use for stain protection on grout, tile, natural stone and masonry
  • Advanced formula protects surfaces while keeping them slip resistant
  • Water and oil resistant
  • P.E.I. Rating 0 is suitable for walls and residential or commercial use only
  • All treated surfaces are harder and less slippery
  • UV transparent and resists acid rain
  • Will not yellow under any circumstances
  • USDA approved for incidental food contact when fully dried

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Can this be used to seal the seams on laminate flooring?

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May 11, 2016
We have Curly Koa laminate, it's beautiful, but when any liquid sets on top of the micro seam between laminate boards, even a small amount of water swells the edges up. Bummer when our last type didn't adsorb liquids so fast. With little kids there must be a sealant that will work, and not caulking type.
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Well... I doubt it. But that is a big guess on my part. It's clearly not made for that purpose. Laminate flooring is a wood product -- basically paper. And this product is for stone. I guess it might work, but it's way outside the design parameters. You could try it on a small area to see if it works (results in plugging the pores of the wood) or does anything bad (like discolor the flooring).
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Well... I doubt it. But that is a big guess on my part. It's clearly not made for that purpose. Laminate flooring is a wood product -- basically paper. And this product is for stone. I guess it might work, but it's way outside the design parameters. You could try it on a small area to see if it works (results in plugging the pores of the wood) or does anything bad (like discolor the flooring).
I do know what you mean about it swelling the flooring at the edge, and I don't know of a particular product or treatment for an installed floor. I will say that that is why when I installed a floor, I used the style that is glued. I figured the glue would plug the pores. Read Less
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You can't use this product to seal laminate flooring. This is a stone and grout sealer. As far as I know, nothing works to seal laminate plank flooring. The moisture sensitivity and temperature sensitivity problems are at best minimized with different kinds of laminate, as you note. The structural weaknesses of these floors severely limit their utility in real-world living situations. But they're Read More
You can't use this product to seal laminate flooring. This is a stone and grout sealer. As far as I know, nothing works to seal laminate plank flooring. The moisture sensitivity and temperature sensitivity problems are at best minimized with different kinds of laminate, as you note. The structural weaknesses of these floors severely limit their utility in real-world living situations. But they're incredibly cheap to produce, and that's ultimately why laminate flooring is so aggressively and heavily marketed. Read Less
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May 12, 2016
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Yes, the sealer can be used on laminate flooring to seal the seams.
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Can this product be used on granite countertops?

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This is exactly the right product to use on granite countertops.
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March 21, 2016
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Hello,
511 Impregnator is a fantastic choice for Granite counter tops. Once 511 Impregnator is fully cured(72 hours), there is no chemical that can break the sealer down and pull it out of the counter on to food. For this reason 511 Impregnator is safe for food contact areas.
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Miracle Sealants Company
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March 20, 2016
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No, this product can not be used on granite countertops.
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I am installing 1500 sq ft of glazed porcelain tile. Can I use this product to put over the entire floor? Tile and grout? how long will it last?

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Since it's glazed, you need to wipe the tile off after application. It's probably difficult to remove from the tile surface if it were to dry on it. For some large tile, I used a brush to apply it to only the grout lines. I still have to wipe the tile, but not the entire tile. For small tile, I would paint the entire surface and then wipe the tiles -- trying not to pull the liquid from the grout. ... It Read More
Since it's glazed, you need to wipe the tile off after application. It's probably difficult to remove from the tile surface if it were to dry on it. For some large tile, I used a brush to apply it to only the grout lines. I still have to wipe the tile, but not the entire tile. For small tile, I would paint the entire surface and then wipe the tiles -- trying not to pull the liquid from the grout. ... It will last forever. It soaks into the pours -- all the nooks and crannies. There's no way to get it out of there! Read Less
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You can apply it to both tile and grout. Brush it on evenly and remove it according to package instructions. How long it will last depends of how heavy of traffic the floor has.
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Applicator for grout

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What is the best applicator for sealing grout on a ceramic tile floor? One of the bottles with the roller sponges?
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I always use a wide 3-inch foam sponge brush to use this on grout. The bottles with the roller sponges are often faster (especially with wide grout lines), but with a foam sponge brush you have a lot more control over the application on grout, especially with repeat applications. This stuff is expensive, and you'll want to make sure you do a good job applying it evenly.
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I used a hand held murder that I purchased from Home Depo. They sell tile kits in a bucket which includes the sponge for cleaning the grout off the tile. This works great as it leaves no gaps and easy to clean to reuse for future tile projects.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 100 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Miracle Sealer This sealer worked great. Me neither the contractor thought that vanity top needed sealer mfg. required it. Contractor put it on and it tremendously changed the look of the top. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by bought based on ratings. disappointed. worked good on the granite, however, looks like crud on the floor grout. brand new house, brand new tile floor with very light grout. Very uneven coverage and coloration on the 1/8" grout. i'll now have to go back a second time, maybe a third time to make the color regular. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Seals well This seaker is easy to apply. It does smell while curing. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Highly recommended Please look at the following two photographs. They show two scrap pieces of color-changing White Sparkle granite tile. The larger scrap piece has been sealed with 511 Impregnator. A small amount of water has been dripped on both pieces of granite. One of the photographs has been taken at an angle with a light so you can clearly see the much larger water puddle sitting on top of the sealed piece of granite. There are no gimmicks in these photos here and I have nothing to gain by posting this. This product does exactly what it claims better than any other stone sealer on the retail market today. February 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great sealer Used to seal my new walk in tile shower. Worked great but is a little high in price. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sealed travertine tile without leaving a shine Sealed new laid travertine. Product recommended by tile professional September 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Grout sealant Has been working great. No problems. Went on very smoothly. September 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best sealer! I went the cheap route first and paid for it with wasted time and money. Switched to this and it was amazing. Sealed and don't have to worry about it for awhile. I was scared that this wasn't enough for all my bathrooms and mud room but I still have about a half bottle left. Definitely recommend! Do not go cheap like I did! September 6, 2016
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