Rated 4.1 out of 5Â by 7
Rated 5 out of 5Â by ndftbl Strongly Recommend
Strongly recommend, but in St. Louis, at least, hard to find in stock!
You get it at the "Pro Desk" area - not the paint area, where all of the other concrete/paver sealers are located. (Don't ask me why, other than it says it is a "Pro" product.
I used seven gallons to do my 500 square-foot paver job, with two coats (the first coat being the first seal the pavers had ever had), and I actually bought out four separate St. Louis area stores, just to do this!
The first coat covered 100 square feet per gallon; the second 250 square feet. This is pretty much exactly what it says on the directions.
Applies and cleans up incredibly easily, and looks and performs great!
Just be sure to follow ALL of the instructions, and you will be fine. (Note: we waited three full days of dry weather after power washing, to be on the safe side; the instructions say 48 hours minimum.)
November 10, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Readyforwinter OK Product
Went down easy with a roller. Left some discoloration. I will see how it holds up this winter.
October 25, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by SmallEarth Not cheap, but it works
I put this on my new driveway I think in about 1990. I usually applied it every year or two since then. It seems to work and keep salt water from soaking in. I have a few small pits in the driveway near the street, but that may be because I didn't apply it every year. It doesn't change the appearance much. It's not cheap because you have to keep reapplying it. It does wear off in about a year, and of course it goes into the rivers and oceans.
It's easy to apply with a push broom, and you can tell it's soaking in. Wash the driveway first, but you don't need to be too persnickety about applying it if you don't have oil stains. If there are stains from leaves, they will usually go away even after you have applied it. The directions say a gallon covers about 200 to 250 sq. ft., and that seems about right, although you may need more the first time.
September 27, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Cindy Good Stuff
I am applying to my house brick. It is hard to apply to vertical spaces and I seem to waste some with drips and splashes. I wish it was a little thicker for vertical application.
August 14, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Pjall I was easy to work with and apply.
This was applied to a new concrete driveway. It was easy to work with and apply, but I will have to see how it holds up over the winter. The downside is that I actually had to purchase twice the amount that was called for.
October 23, 2013