Block Paving Sealer
Block Paving Sealer seals clay-based and cement-based block pavers. The sealer will penetrate the surface of the paver deepening colour leaving an attractive finish. A little like dampening the surface with water but without an unnatural shine. Apply Block Paving Sealer to both the paver and the joint for an attractive weather-resistant surface.
Frequently asked questions
A colour enriched almost matt finish, a little like dampening the paver but without the associated shine.
A textured masonry style roller is the best method of application. A low pressure pump up sprayer can also be used.
Around an hour (or less) in warm weather but the porosity of the surface can effect this.
Apply one coat but wait approximately 4 hours before applying the 2nd. The product fully cures in 24 hours.
Sealers can look a little different when they dry. A test patch also familiarises the user with the correct technique to seal.
It really depends on what the jointing material is.
When a joint is filled with kiln-dried sand it will be around 40mm deep. The sand benefits from being flooded with product to inhibit general weed growth.
This obviously requires more product than if the joint is filled with a non-porous ‘brush in’ style jointing compound.
It depends on what you describe as wet look!
Some regard wet look as a shiny coating, we find most customers require a wet look where you have depth of colour without a high shine.
If you require a depth of colour as if you have dampened the surface with water but without a high shine then this product would be described as ‘wet look’.
It is designed to compliment the paver without it appearing glossy and unnatural.