SuperSeal 30 gallon drum 6000 – 12000 sq ft coverage

$599 $500


Product Description

imageSuperSeal provides maximum protection for concrete, brick, and masonry.
SuperSeal Industrial and Residential Concrete Sealer is a permanent silicate based deep penetrating sealer which means that it is guaranteed to last for the life of your concrete because it chemically bonds to the concrete to become part of its integral structure. It is highly effective in making concrete physically stronger and denser, protecting it against frost and salt while increasing its resistance to stains, acids, alkalis, moisture, mold and mildew. This sealer will cure damp and wet basements by preventing hydrostatic water from penetrating through the concrete. It will also stop dusting, efflorescence, spalling, pitting, crumbling and prevent mold, mildew and algae growth. SuperSeal Industrial and Residential Concrete Sealer can be used in all commercial and residential concrete applications to treat damp or wet concrete basements, concrete floors, concrete walls, concrete driveways and sidewalks, concrete garage floors, concrete warehouse floors, concrete storage tanks, concrete pipes, concrete blocks, grout, mortar and stucco. It can also be used to extend the life of exterior wood including fences, patios, decks, cedar and wood shingles. This sealer is not recommended for decorative, stamped or aggregate concrete. SuperSeal Industrial and Residential Concrete Sealer penetrates through the capillaries of the concrete to a maximum depth of up to 4″ where it chemically neutralizes damaging chemicals to form a hard insoluble structure based on calcium silicate and calcium hydroxide. Unlike surface coatings this sealer will not be damaged by efflorescence or be worn down by heavy traffic because it is permanent. SuperSeal Industrial and Residential Concrete Sealer leaves a natural finish (no sheen) after application, it is UV resistant, non-yellowing, breathable and the surface will not be slippery. This sealer is not a repellent coating so the concrete can be painted after it has been sealed with increased paint adhesion because the sealer neutralizes the alkalis in the concrete preventing saponification of the paint. Adhesives and epoxy coatings can also be applied over the sealed concrete with no adverse effects.