Color Additive Paver Tint From Seal 'n Lock

Our Seal ‘n Lock Color Additive is a great way to bring older paver systems back to life, and works excellent with any of our brick paver sealing products. By simply adding the Seal ‘n Lock Color Additive concentrate to any of our water-based sealers, you can now easily re-color worn stamped concrete, brick pavers, and more.

Colors can also be mixed to create endless combinations. Simply add less pigment to achieve a more translucent finish, or use up to 16oz / gallon for a solid opaque color. 

Seal ‘n Lock Color Additive comes in a 1-Gallon jug, and is available in Brown, Red, Gray, and Tan

  • Concentrated and UV stable!
  • Works with all water-based sealers
  • 4 Great Colors- Brown, Red, Gray ,and Tan
  • Easily mix custom colors
  • Coverage Rates – See Below

All Seal ‘n Lock products are made of the most environmentally-friendly products available, and offer excellent weatherability, UV protection, and help prevent algae and mold. All of our cleaning and sealing products and specialty coatings are VOC compliant in all 50 states, and exceeds all hardscape product manufacturers minimum standards guidelines.



Add desired amount of Seal ‘n Lock Color Additive to compatible water-based sealer and stir with a drill mixer for approximately 1-2 minutes or until completely mixed, prior to application. When adding color to a two-component product such as Super Wet Look®, thoroughly mix color with Part-A before mixing with Part-B as usual. Stir lightly periodically during application to ensure an even color distribution. Remix any material left over with a drill mixer before applying.

The Seal ‘n Lock Color Additive allows you to tint the product of your choice to the exact color and intensity you desire by simply varying the amount of color used. Simply add less pigment to achieve a more translucent color or more for a rich opaque color. The amount of color needed will vary depending on the product used and color desired. For lighter colors, it may take more tint, and darker colors may take less tint, depending on the application.

PRO TIP: Don’t add too much color! Over pigmenting may cause color float or streaking. Especially in the darker colors!