Premium Gloss Sealer For Wood and Masonry

  • Will Not Yellow
  • Eco-Friendly, Easy To Apply
  • Tough, Durable, Glossy Finish
  • 5 Year Satisfaction Guarantee
  • For All Wood and Masonry Surfaces
  • Protects And Extends The Life Of Your Wood or Masonry

Covers up to 200 sq. ft. per gallon

 


 

Technical Data Sheet: GlossSealerTDS.pdf

Safety Data Sheet: GlossSealerSDS.pdf

Item #: SP-1102
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Makes 1 Gallon Covers Up To 200 Sq Ft

32oz-concentrate-makes-1-gallon
$29.82

Item #: SP-1103
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1 Gallon Ready to Use
Covers Up To 200 Sq Ft

1-gal-ready-to-use
$32.40

Item #: SP-1104
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5 Gallons Ready to Use
Covers Up To 1,000 Sq Ft

5-gal-ready-to-use
$191.10

Item #: SP-1105
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16oz Ready to Use

16oz-ready-to-use
$13.99

Description

Gloss Sealer: Moisture Protection with a Glossy Finish

The best gloss sealer for vertical and horizontal wood, concrete, & masonry surfaces

Protect, restore, and extend the life of your home with Rainguard Water Sealers Premium Gloss Sealer. This sealer is formulated with a water-based silane and siloxane acrylic blend to provide superior protection against wind-driven rain, mold, mildew, and other moisture damage. The glossy finish can be built up from a satin to a high gloss finish depending on the number of coats applied.

  • Dries with a clear satin, low gloss, or high gloss finish
  • Prevents growth of mold and mildew
  • Will not yellow, crack, or peel – even in direct sunlight
  • Adds a decorative sheen to wood, concrete, and masonry surfaces

Looking for superior salt protection and/or resistance to oil, gas, and anti-freeze with a glossy finish? Try Garage Floor Sealer.

What makes Gloss Sealer different? A proprietary ingredient called Micro-Lok™. This additive ensures the absorption of the sealer into the surface and creates a long-lasting hydrophobic barrier that is not affected by weathering, salt, dirt, freezing temperatures, UV light, and wind-driven rain, among many other damaging elements.

 

Where To Use

Perfect for interior or exterior use on decks, floors, chimneys, countertops, walkways, patios, patio furniture, and any other wood, concrete, or masonry surfaces.

 

Coverage*

Surface Sq. Ft. / Gallon
Brick 70-140
Stone 70-140
Concrete 70-140
Wood 200
Sidewalks 125
Saltwater Pool Deck 100-125

*Depending on surface porosity.

Number Of Coats

1 Coat Satin Finish
2 Coats Low Gloss
3 Coats High Gloss

 

Application Temperature

Between 40°F – 80°F

 

How To Apply

Gloss Sealer should be sprayed on with a hand-pump garden sprayer. Please read our Application Guide fully before starting your project: AppGuide2020.pdf

 

Dry Time

40°F 75°F 100°F
To Touch 2 Hours 1 Hour 30 Min
Light Foot Traffic 12 Hours 8 Hours 5 Hours
Heavy Foot Traffic 24 Hours 16 Hours 10 Hours
To Cure 5 Days 3 Days 1 Day

 

Easy Clean-Up

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

 


 

FAQ

Can I use this on my driveway or anywhere with hot tire traffic?

No. You will want to use Garage Floor Sealer for any surface you plan on having hot tire traffic.

Can I use this on a painted or stained surface?

Yes. However, the paint or stain MUST be fully cured BEFORE applying Gloss Sealer to prevent discoloration. Cure times vary, so please refer to paint or stain label for cure time.

Can I paint over Gloss Sealer at a later time?

Yes. You can paint over Gloss 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.

What is freeze / thaw damage?

You can read about freeze / thaw damage on our blog here.

How to Apply

Weather Conditions:
A basic “rule of thumb” is to apply during moderate temperatures when humidity and dew point levels are low. If it is expected to rain within 24 hours of application, postpone your project till weather conditions improve. If you need to store the product till a later date do not allow the product to freeze or overheat. For more specific details please contact us by phone or email listed below.

What you will need:

  • Sprayer with a nozzle tip of .630″ or bigger
  • Plastic tarp
  • Painters tape
  • Clean water (for concentrates only)
  • 1 gallon bucket and/or 1 gallon hand pump sprayer (to mix concentrate if applicable)

Clean and Prep:
Sweep, dust, and wash your surface using Rainguard Cleaner/Prep. For heavily soiled areas, use a soft brush to scrub out stains with Rainguard Cleaner/Prep and then power wash normally. Ensure the surface is clean and dry for at least 24 hours prior to application.

Use tarp and tape to cover any area that you do not wish to seal. If overspray occurs on glass or metal, immediately wipe away with soap and water. If overspray occurs on plants, spray a little water on the leaves to remove any spots. Rainguard Gloss Sealer is eco-friendly and will not harm the plants should accidental overspray occur.

Mixing Concentrate (if applicable):
This eco-friendly product is safe to use and easy to apply. Available in both Ready to Use and Concentrates. Concentrates are the best value and mixing is simple.

For the quart concentrate that “makes 1 gallon”, just empty the contents of the quart into an empty 5 gallon pail then add clean water to the 1 gallon mark. Helpful hint: If there is no 1 gallon mark visible then first add 1 gallon of water into the empty 5 gallon pail and mark the waters level with a sharpie marker. Or pour contents of quart concentrate directly into sprayer and fill with water to the 1 gallon mark.

Application:
For a proper application, use a hand pump garden sprayer. Apply 1 (one) even coat to ensure the product seals the entire surface.
Once the 1st coat has dried for an hour and/or is tack free (no longer sticky) you may add additional coats to get the desired look.

1 Coat = Satin Finish

2 Coats = Low Gloss Finish

3 Coats = High Gloss Finish

Vertical Surfaces:
Spray starting at the top and work your way down in a side to side crosshatch pattern. Allow product to drip heavily before moving onto the next spot. Heavily saturate the surface maintaining at least a 6-inch drip or run down.

Horizontal Surfaces:
Apply the product until it starts to pool up slightly with a milky-white color. The puddling will even out, so there is no need to back roll.

Dry Time:

Wait at least 24 hours for light traffic (ex. decor, furniture, etc.), & 72 hours for heavy traffic (ex. car, etc.) before you use the treated surface. IMPORTANT: Avoid letting any water to come in contact with your newly sealed surface for 24 hours. After full cure time is achieved (approximately 4-5 days) you can expect the full water beading effect.

Clean-Up:

Clean-up is a breeze thanks to our water based formula. Simply rinse out equipment with fresh water after application until it runs clear. Any undesired over-spray on windows or glass can be immediately wiped off. If the product has already dried it can be cleaned off quickly with a rag, warm water, and a mild soap.


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