Mix Ratios for Sealing Concrete Pavers:

(Water to Concentrated Sealer)

Product

Flood Coat

Top Coat

 Super-Wet-Look

 3:1

 1:1

 

Natural Luster
1:1 or 2:1 1:1

 

Ultra Wet Look
   

 

 

Understanding Site Conditions

Consider the wind direction and velocity to avoid overspray.  When sealing overlays or covered areas, let pavers dry before applying sealer so you can see if there is any efflorescence that has pumped out during washing and sanding.

 

Mixing Ratios for Various Substrates

  • Concrete Surfaces +

    Surface Super Wet Natural Luster Ultra Wet Coverage Area Application Method
    Broom Finish 1:1 1:1 1:1 200-250 Spray One even coat
    Troweled Finish 1:1 1:1 1:1 200-250 Spray one even coat
    Polished 1:1 1:1 1:1 250 Spray one coat and broom
    Stamped Concrete 1:1 N/A 1:1 200-250 Spray one coat and broom
    Exposed Aggregate 1:1 N/A 1:1 200-250 Spray one coat and broom
  • Natural Stone +

    Surface Super Wet Natural Luster Ultra Wet Coverage Area Application Method
    Travertine 1:1 1:1 N/A 500 Add Anti-Skid
    Marble 1:1 1:1 N/A 500 Add Anti-Skid
    Slate 1:1 1:1 N/A Varies Spray one coat and broom
    Bluestone 1:1 N/A 1:1 Varies Spray one coat and broom
    Sandstone 1:1 1:1 N/A Varies Spray one coat and broom
    Random Flagstone 1:1 1:1 N/A Varies Spray one coat and broom
    Cut Flagstone 1:1 1:1 N/A Varies Spray one coat and broom
  • Clay +

    Surface Super Wet Natural Luster Ultra Wet Coverage Area Application Method
    Glazed Clay N/A N/A N/A N/A Not Recommended
    Unglazed Clay Paver (mortar joint) 1:1 1:1 1:1 250 Spray one even coat
    Unglazed Clay Pavers (sand joint) 1:1 1:1 1:1 200 Standard two coat process
  • Other +

    Surface Super Wet Natural Luster Ultra Wet Coverage Area Application Method
    Bullnose/ Pool Coping 1:1 1:1 1:1 300 Brush or roll one coat
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