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Old 12-18-2011, 07:17 AM   #1
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concrete sealer ?

Does anyone have a recommendation / experience on sealing a new concrete slab for a garage ? It was just poured yesterday. Thanks.
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Old 12-18-2011, 07:38 AM   #2
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I have been very happy using a product called Kure-N-Seal 30 on my aggregate walks and driveway.

Originally from a company Soneborn, now I think from BASF.

Any local concrete supply company like A H Harris would have it.

Untreated concrete will really soak it up at first, but later treatment don't use as much. I paid $90 for each 5 gallon pail. Worth every $.

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Thanks Jack, I'll check into it . Darel
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When I had my garage built the contractor used sealer that was thin as water. He just poured it out and spread it with a squeege. I though it wouldn't work but 15 years later I still just hose it off a couple times a year and it looks good as new except for one spot where a break line leaked. Break fluid must be nasty stuff because that is the only thing that has ever eaten thru the sealer. I wish I knew what the stuff was but just wanted to relate this to you just in case you get something that seems really thin and you don't think it would work.
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When I had my garage built the contractor used sealer that was thin as water. He just poured it out and spread it with a squeege. I though it wouldn't work but 15 years later I still just hose it off a couple times a year and it looks good as new except for one spot where a break line leaked. Break fluid must be nasty stuff because that is the only thing that has ever eaten thru the sealer. I wish I knew what the stuff was but just wanted to relate this to you just in case you get something that seems really thin and you don't think it would work.
Thankyou very much !! I just don't want to use some cheap stuff and end up with a mess.... Guess I'll call the concrete guy back tomorrow and ask him too. I appreciate all the info !!
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Our concrete contractor at work uses Aquapel.
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Check out Sealent Depot online, give then guys a call, determine your objective, give the floor time to cure, and seal away, I nice acid stain prior to sealing might be nice.....
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Concrete Sealer Sealers, Stone Cleaner Sealant, Sealing Products Manufacturer is what i've used.
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I sealed my RV garage concrete floor. I bought what the concrete finisher recommended. I rolled it on in a thick layer per directions. Only after spilling gas on the floor, did I discover many petroleum products will remove this particular brand of concrete sealer.
Speaking from experience, read all the information about a sealer before you make a purchase.
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