V-Seal Concrete Sealers & Concrete Coatings

V-SEAL is America's most trusted source of information and products for sealing concrete, brick and stone offering the world's largest selection of sealer products.  Specialties include concrete driveway sealer, brick sealer, concrete floor sealer, and concrete countertop sealer.

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Concrete Professionals trust V-SEAL to provide sealer for their high priority projects: Disney Land, Disney World, Universal Studios, Bush Gardens, US Army, US Navy, US Air Force, US Marines, NASA, Harvard University, Duke University, Ohio State University, The Rose Bowl, Ohio Stadium, Dallas Cowboy Stadium, Bellagio, MGM, Hard Rock, GM, Honda, Whirlpool, GE, and the airports in Tampa, Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, Cincinnati and LaGuardia.

Homeowners and Business
 Owners also depend upon V-SEAL for affordable, do-it-yourself products for driveways, sidewalks, patios, basements, shops and garages.

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V-SEAL's extensive list of products includes 20 Year Concrete Sealer, Concrete Driveway Sealer, Concrete Floor Sealer, Warehouse Floor Sealer, Parking Garage Sealer, Patio Sealer, Basement Sealer, Concrete Block Sealer, Waterproof Sealer, Clay Brick Sealer, Floor Epoxy, Garage Epoxy, Urethane Sealer, Polyaspartic Sealer, Concrete Curing Agents, UV Lamps, UV Curing Sealer, Concrete Countertop Sealer, Concrete Repair Products, Crack Sealant, Joint Sealant, Concrete Cleaner, Efflorescence Cleaner, and more.

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Applying a Reactive Penetrating Sealer

March 10, 2014

Clean your substrate surface well.  Clear all loose debris.  Sealed stains will become significantly harder to remove.  Loose debris may prevent sealer from proper contact with the substrate. Pressure washing or a heavy duty cleaner may be necessary to remove stubborn stains. Reactive penetrating sealers should be applied to the point of rejection. This means that they should be applied until no more sealer can soak in, and puddling occurs. If puddles do not soak in within one minute, they should be dispersed using a roller, squeegee or broom. If puddles soak in within a minute, keep applying sealer until they do not, then disperse puddles into next unsealed area. Reactive penetrating sealers may be applied with a pump up...

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Applying a Topical Coating or Topical Coating System

March 10, 2014

Preparation 1. Clear all loose debris.  Sealed stains will become significantly harder to remove.  Loose debris may prevent sealer from proper contact with the substrate. Pressure washing or a heavy duty cleaner may be necessary to remove stubborn stains. 2. The substrate should be no smoother than a 200-300 grit sand/grind for most topical coatings. This ensures proper mechanical bond for adhesion. If applying over a previous coating, it should be ‘de-glossed’ or scratched up to gain mechanical bond. 3. The substrate or surface should be as dry as possible. If there is moisture present in the surface or releasing from the surface, this can disrupt the curing of the coating and cause delamination.   Application 4. Check the product...

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Choosing a Cleaner for Concrete, Brick, or Stone

March 10, 2014

When cleaning concrete, brick, or stone the first recommendation is always pressure washing if practical. Many concrete cleaners can cause discoloration if used in excess, so they should always be used after pressure cleaning fails to remove the stain hand.   Most cleaners can be categorized as alkaline or acidic.   Alkaline Cleaners Alkaline cleaners or detergent type cleaners are great for normal stains from dirt, oil, and grease. They do no permanent damage to the substrate, but if left on too long or used in too high of a concentration, may bleach out the substrate.   Acidic Cleaners Acidic cleaners are best for stains caused by reactions with the substrate such as rust, efflorescence, and leaf stains. Acidic cleaners...

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Recommended Sealers by Substrate Type

March 10, 2014

Recommended Sealers by Substrate Type Broom Finished Concrete Penetrating: V-SEAL 102 Topical: Industra-Gloss SB, Industra-Gloss SB 350, Industra-Gloss WB   Smooth Concrete Penetrating: V-SEAL 101, (Industra-Seal 117A if polishing) Topical: Industra-Coat Kits, TK6 NanoCoat, or StoneLok E3/2K   Stamped Concrete Penetrating: V-SEAL 101 Topical: Industra-Gloss SB, Industra-Gloss SB 350, Industra-Gloss WB   Exposed Aggregate Concrete Penetrating: V-SEAL 101 Topical: Industra-Gloss SB, Industra-Gloss SB 350, Industra-Gloss WB   Stucco Penetrating: V-SEAL 101 Topical: (uncommon)   Brick Penetrating: V-SEAL 101 Topical: Industra-Gloss SB, Industra-Gloss SB 350, Industra-Gloss WB   Brick Pavers Penetrating: V-SEAL 101 Topical: Industra-Gloss SB, Industra-Gloss SB 350, Industra-Gloss WB   Natural or Faux Stone Penetrating: V-SEAL 101 Topical: Industra-Gloss SB, Industra-Gloss SB 350, Industra-Gloss WB   Countertops Penetrating: V-SEAL...

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