Liquid Water Based Concrete Sealer with Wet Look for Garden Path
|Dry to Recoat||4~6hrs|
|Dry to Touch||2~3hrs|
Glass Transition Temperature
|Dry to traffic||48~72hrs|
Water-based products do not last forever, even when unopened.
General Finishes products are best used within 1 year of the
manufacture date listed on the bottom of the can. The life of the
product may be extended with proper care and storage.
Q1: My pavers were previously sealed. Can I apply a new sealer on
top of what’s already there?
A1: Well, first you need to know what type of sealer was originally
used. If it was a water-based sealer, then you can safely reseal
using either a solvent-based or water-based sealer. If a
solvent-based sealer was originally used, you’ll want to reseal
using a solvent-based sealer. A water-based sealer cannot be
applied on top of a solvent-based sealer.
Q2: How can I tell what type of sealer was previously used on my
If you’re resealing your pavers and are unsure about the type of
sealer that was originally used, you’ll want to test the surface.
Choose a low-traffic area (i.e. a corner) and pour a quarter-sized
drop of Xylene onto a sealed paver. Wait about 15 seconds, wipe off
the Xylene, and touch the area. If it feels tacky, it means a
solvent-based sealer was used. If it’s not tacky, a water-based
sealer was used.