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Hi, I am looking for a sealer for my stamped concrete driveway and I would prefer a wet look; any recommendations?
 

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hopefully you'll stay OUT of apron/vest stores when looking for good materials,,, euclid's good stuff,,, can't put solvent-based sealer over wtr-based,,, wtr-based can be rolled/sprayed on solvent but wtr's worthless imn-sohfo :furious:
 

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Just do what they do for car commercials/ads and just give the driveway a quick spray from the hose. Cheaper, but a little more inconvenient.

We had had a week or two straight of wet driveways at no cost or effort.

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hopefully you'll stay OUT of apron/vest stores when looking for good materials,,, euclid's good stuff,,, can't put solvent-based sealer over wtr-based,,, wtr-based can be rolled/sprayed on solvent but wtr's worthless imn-sohfo :furious:
so oil based sealers last longer?
I have a troweled floor at my cabana with some rough swirls put into the finish with a mag float and a small amount of gray dye trowelled in. The masons are laying a stone fireplace and I would like to protect the concrete from mortar spills . what can I seal the concrete with?
 

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we use solvent bas'd sealers which we cut w/xylene,,, i'm not familiar w/'oil based' but that may just be a synonym - idk - the masons should lay plastic & tape,,, any sealer will change color of conc

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just don't buy it ykw & expect good results :no: any masonary /pro const supply shop can help - jo's stuff's avail lots of places,,, btw, you'll have now created an annual item for your ' honey-do ' list :laughing:

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