5 Litre 20 Litre

Interior Brick Sealer & Dustproofer

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Interior Brick Sealer & Dustproofer seals and dustproofs interior brickwork and masonry. It is water based and dries to a breathable enhanced matt finish. There is also a link to an alternative product which creates a satin finish if preferred. Please also see the FAQ  section for additional information.

Available in 5 litre and economy 20 litre bundles, free delivery to most UK mainland addresses.

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Frequently asked questions

It leaves a natural matt finish.

Just one coat to a maximum or two. You may see some sheen on a 2nd coat if applied to a slightly denser surface.

Yes, so it is low odour and very easy to work with.

Brush, or possibly a rough masonry roller. For larger areas it can be sprayed on with a low pressure pump up sprayer – Use a coarse nozzle.

It is designed to soak in, any excess product is removed. This can be done after 5 minutes with a microfibre cloth. On very dense surfaces it may well soak straight in so it is possible to ‘top up’ straight away.

Interior Brick Sealer & Dustproofer can create a sheen when built up in thin coats. This sheen can be dependant on the porosity of the surface. Please remember that this product is not designed to create a sheen it is just a bi-product of building up in thin coats. You will also start to lose breathability when building in multiple coats.

We would recommend switching to a product called Natural Stone Sealer Wet Look This can be used on any porous stone, brick or clay based tile. This product can be built to a satin finish and deepens colours.

You will lose some breathability, but for internal feature walls where breathability is not an issue it is fine. Must be built up in thin coats to obtain a sheen.

This product is to help stain proof the wall and dustproof. It will allow water vapour transmission for breathability.

It is not a damp proofer to prevent an ingress of water from an external source or rising damp.

Yes it can but in an aesthetically beneficial way. It tends to bring out the earthy tones of brickwork making it seem more attractive. A little bit like a very mild colour enhancer but with the ability to dustproof. If you just wish to colour enhance contact us for advice.