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  • Gives your concrete or masonry that clean, wet look
  • Can be used alone or as a top coat over paints and stains
  • Protects surfaces from dirt and stains
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BEHR Premium Wet-Look Sealer is a clear, non-yellowing, high solids, acrylic-based masonry sealer. It is formulated to seal, protect and beautify concrete and masonry surfaces with a high gloss finish. It is also an excellent topcoat for paints and stains. Ideal for use on use on previously coated/uncoated, vertical/horizontal, interior/exterior surfaces such as: pavers, concrete, Mexican tile and unglazed tiles, brick, aggregate, natural and artificial stone, masonry and stucco.
  • Ideal for interior and exterior, vertical and horizontal concrete and masonry surfaces
  • Clear, non-yellowing, acrylic-based sealer
  • Protect and beautify concrete and Masonry
  • 100% Acrylic latex
  • Excellent topcoat over paints and stains
  • Durable high-gloss finish
  • Easy clean-up with soap and water
  • Actual paint colors may vary from on-screen and printer representations
  • Online Price includes a PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, NY, OR, RI, VT, WA

  • California residents

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Coverage Area (sq. ft.)300 ft²300 ft²300 ft²175
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Container Size
1 Gallon
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
300 ft²


Application Method
Brush,Paint Sprayer,Roller
Base Material
Wet Look Sealer
Dry To Touch Time (hh:mm)
Maximum hydrostatic pressure (lb.)
Maximum Optimal Temperature (F)
Minimum Optimal Temperature (F)
Number per Package
Paint/Stain Features
No additional features
Paint/Stain/Waterproofer Product Type
Concrete Waterproofer/Sealer
Recommended Number of Coats
Stain & Sealer In One
Substrate/Surface Usage Type
Surface Location
Vertical / Horizontal

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.7
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Good Product
Great Stuff. I highly recommend!
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Great results but make sure to do it correctly.
A few tips after applying 2 coats: 1- Thoroughly scrub, clean, and remove any dirt and oil. You can use a chemical cleaner or for light work, dawn dish soap works well. Sealer will fade and not last on dirt and oil stains compared to clean concrete and pavers. 2- I strongly suggest using a pump sprayer and back rolling with a 1/4 inch roller. The roller will help level out and remove any excess overspray. Less is more when applying this type of product!
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    2 found this review helpful
    Great Wet Look Sealer
    After washing and blow drying the area the Wet Look Sealer was to be applied, I used the recommend 1/4-inch nap roller to apply the wet look sealer. It was extremely easy to apply and the look after resealing my sidewalk amazing.
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    No wet look
    Tried on my patio pavers as directed but no wet look at all ,there's absolutely no difference between before and after .Probably works on new tiles but not for pavers
    Response from BehrApr 12, 2022
    Hi there, thanks you for the review. Sorry to hear that the Wet-Look Sealer didn't provide the glossy look that you expected. To achieve a higher gloss, more coats of the product may be needed. Customer satisfaction is important to us, and we appreciate your feedback. Please reach out to us directly if you need further assistance; our customer care team is happy to help you! -Ronald Behr
      Concrete sealer
      I have used it in the past, but i think this formula worked much better, i used it to seal my concrete outdoor BBQ area, and used it on a slate table and on the travertine tiles and it looks great
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      this product is easy to use
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      Maybe Wrong Product or Use?
      I used the Behr Wetlook Sealant on my kitchen ceramic tile, now it looks dirty. What product or tool can I use to strip the sealant?
      Response from BehrJan 7, 2022
      Hi Julia. Thank you for your review. I'm so sorry the sealer is dirty on your kitchen floor tile. I recommend letting the sealer dry for a week then cleaning with soap and warm water or an interior concrete cleaner/degreaser to try removing the dirt. If it's still dirty after this, you can remove the sealer by sanding or using a paint stripper product. Your local store can help with suggestions on the best product for your project. Customer satisfaction is very important to us, and we appreciate your feedback. Please feel free to reach out to our Customer Care team directly for further assistance with this. Our team is happy to help you! -Joni Behr
        Bad Product
        I had my patio torn down and redone to a beautiful stamp concrete patio. I had it professional sealed on a Sunday on that Wednesday white residue started to surface when it started to rain. Now my patio looks years old. Professional has to redo concrete
        Response from BehrNov 8, 2021
        Hi KFM1, thank you for your review. I'm so sorry to hear our Wet Look Sealer showed a white residue after being exposed to rain. To redo the project, I recommend removing the coating with a conventional paint stripper. It's also important to ensure the bare concrete has a 150-grit sandpaper texture and can easily absorb water droplets; if not, etch the surface and allow it to dry for 24 hours before reapplying. Please feel free to reach out to us directly so we can learn more about your project and assist. We look forward to hearing from you. -Michael Behr
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          Excellent Results!
          Sealed my 15’ x 15’ Holland Paver patio with 2 coats. Used about 1 and 3/4 gallons. Applied without direct sunlight with sprayer followed by roller. Extremely happy with results!
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            Works For Outdoor Decorative Concrete (See Pix)
            I have a stamped concrete decorative driveway. I was looking for a dark finish glossy sealer. I chose this product. I bought 2x5gallon pales. This product did as advertised and worked well on outdoor surfaces. 1. It's water-based so when u spray it WILL have a white-milky look at first. The white evaporates and the final look is a glossy, dark finish. 2. Only use this product when the temperature is at least 10c and u have enough sun (If outside). 2. I used a fan-tipped sprayer from a pressurized container. I customized it so it auto-regulates the pressure and had a 100 foot hose to make sealing quick and painless (didnt have to carry the container around). The fan tip is 0.5gpm 3. On spraying the fan tip kept leaving noticeable streaks. I was concerned at first,fearing these streaks would dry and leave dark stains. That was short lived. The streaks faded off completelry and the entire driveway is uniformly covered. 4. I applied 2 coats. I waited 1 hour before applying the second coat. The instructions said to wait at least 4 hours but felt it was not necessary because after 1 hour the driveway was dry enough to walk on. Thank you sun (rose to 13c). For the 2nd coat, i sealed it perpendicular-wise to the first coat (recall i used a fan-tip sprayer wand, not a roller). * People in this review section are giving 1 star because it is leaving a final white-mess after drying. They all fail to mention how old their concrete is and how much they are applying. From their images it appears the whiteness may indicate they over-applied (i ran mine at 450sqft per gallon for each coat). Their whiteness, when zoomed in, could be bubbles which indicate the driveway was trying to breathe after sealing and so the air couldnt escape, due to over application, and so bubbles started forming. Another possibility is it was too hot (if outsided) so the sealer on the surface dried too fast before the rest dried underneath. And the other possibility is the concrete was too new so it still had calcium deposits in its pores (remember concrete is very porous), and so as the concrete was breathing it naturally brought up calcium deposits that are inside these pores to the surface and now, due to the sealer, are trapped and visibly as white stuff. Nonetheless, i was originally fearful of buying this product after reading the negative reviews here but after using it on my own driveway i can officially say those problems did NOT occur at all. This sealer, when dry looks identical to a solvent-based concrete sealer. Here is hoping it is as strong as solvent-based too, which realistically, is unlikely. So i expect to re-seal again next year. At least this sealer is far cheaper their solvent-based ones (e.g. solvent-based is roughly 1.5-2x more in price). * For the fun of it i tried to over-apply the sealer in a spot to see how it would dry...it dried crystal clear still, surprisingly, and there was no darker discoloration than other regions. Meaning, this sealer is very forgiving in terms of not leaving streaks or patterns, if u want to use a roller. * I recommend u use a spray tip and not a roller solely because rollers are far too slow and can get quite dirty fast (if outside). With rollers u wont be able to get into all the contours, assuming u have a decorative stamped concrete surface like mine. If its flat surface (e.g. brushed concrete) then rollers are fine but again it will be a much slower process. For me, my driveway is 1,451 sqft and the math for this sealer said i needed to get it done in exactly 6 mins and 30 seconds (wiht a 0.5gpm nozzle). With a roller it would take me 1.5-2 hours. Way too long! I've got stuff to do :) Anyway, hope this helps someone.
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