Surface of concrete surface of highly populated tiny pores that allow oil, moisture, water, and other liquids to seep in. You may have seen whitish finish on concrete surface! In technical words, that white finish is known as efflorescence which comes due to penetration of water. In order to keep surface safe from above stated nightmare, use Rust-Oleum Dry Look – Penetrating Surface Sealer which also be used for brick, stucco, sandstone, slate, unglazed tiles etc.
Features of Dry Wall Penetrating Surface Sealer:-
- Stops the growth of mold and mildew.
- No peeling.
- Invisible water repellent for concrete surface.
NOTE: Read and follow the direction mentioned on tin before use.
How to Use Rust-Oleum Dry Wall Penetrating Surface Sealer
Surface Preparation: All surfaces must be clean, dry and oil-free. For oil stains, use a degreaser or SEAL-KRETE Oil Stain Remover. Do not apply to painted or stained surfaces. Make sure all cure and seal compounds have been removed. Apply to porous, bare, uncoated concrete and masonry surfaces only. Etch smooth-finished concrete (such as porches or patios) with a concrete etching solution like SEAL-KRETE Clean-N-Etch. Repair all cracks and surface breaks. Cover windows, doors, etc., prior to application. Use caution when applying on windy days. Remove any overspray immediately with water. New concrete must cure for a minimum of 30 days
Application: Read “LIMITATIONS” section before use. This sealer is ready to use; do not dilute. Do not apply if rain is expected within 24 hours. Temperatures should not fall below 50°F (10°C) within 24 hours of application. Apply until saturated using a roller or low-pressure garden sprayer. Two coats are recommended. Must be applied wet on wet. Backroll after second coat. On vertical surfaces, apply from the bottom up and saturate well.
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