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Rainguard Water Sealers

Concrete Sealer, Natural Finish

Concrete Sealer, Natural Finish

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Don’t leave the concrete surfaces of your home unsealed! Rainguard Water Sealers Concrete Sealer penetrates the surface and forms an invisible protective barrier that resists weather, water, oil, and stains on unpainted and previously unsealed concrete surfaces. Our non-toxic and water-based formula lasts up to 5 years* and is safe for people, pets, and plants. It helps prevent the growth of mold and mildew, protects against efflorescence, and is safe for indoor or outdoor use with little to no odor and zero VOC’s. Unlike conventional water repellents, Concrete Sealer is available in concentrate form so you never have to spend extra money on water and excessive packaging.

*When applied at appropriate spreadrates, see application instructions for details.

Finish: Dries With A Natural Finish, Invisible With No Gloss

Resists: Mold, mildew, efflorescence, oil, gas, anti-freeze stains

Winterizes: Protects against freeze and thaw damage

Coverage

Up to 200 sq. ft. / gallon depending on surface porosity

Where To Use

Perfect for interior or exterior use on brick floors, chimneys, walkways, fences, walls, garden fences, and any other porous brick surfaces.

How To Apply

Always apply in good weather between 40°F - 80°F.

The sealer should be sprayed on in a flood coat with a hand-pump garden sprayer. At least 2 flood coats are needed. Depending on surface porosity, additional coats may be needed.

Please read our Application Guide fully before starting your project: AppGuide2021.pdf or watch our How To video by clicking here.

Clean Up

Simply use soap and water directly after application is completed. Be sure to clean any overspray on glass and decorative metals with a clean damp cloth.

How does a concentrate work?

Pour your concentrate into a 1 gallon / 2 gallon / or 5 gallon container and add clean water. Give a gentle stir, and that's it!

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FAQ's

Can I use this on painted concrete?

No. You will want to use Paint Sealer on your painted concrete.

What is freeze / thaw damage?

Freeze-thaw damage refers to the deterioration of materials, such as concrete, masonry, or brick, due to repeated cycles of freezing and thawing. When water penetrates into porous materials and freezes, it expands, causing internal pressure and damage. Subsequent thawing can lead to the formation of cracks, spalling, and weakening of the material.

What is the mix ratio for the concentrates?

For the quart concentrate that makes TWO gallons – Dilute 1 part concentrate to 7 parts clean water. Store the remainder in a temperature-controlled environment (meaning do not let freeze or overheat).

For the quart concentrate that makes FIVE gallons – Dilute 1 part concentrate to 19 parts clean water. Store the remainder in a temperature-controlled environment (meaning do not let freeze or overheat).

 Can I paint over Concrete Sealer at a later time?

Yes. You can paint over Concrete Sealer but keep in mind it will not protect the paint from moisture damage. You may want to use Paint Sealer after the surface is painted and fully dry to protect the paint from moisture damage.

Data Sheets

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