Penetrating Surface Sealant

Penetrating Concrete Surface Sealant Services by Lift Right Concrete

Penetrating Surface Sealers for Concrete

Penetrating surface sealers are a type of concrete sealer that is designed to penetrate the concrete surface and form a barrier that protects the concrete from water, stains, and other elements. They are typically made from a combination of silanes and siloxanes, which are chemicals that react with the concrete to form a durable, long-lasting bond.

Penetrating surface sealers are available in both clear and colored formulations. Clear sealers will not alter the appearance of the concrete, while colored sealers can be used to change the color of the concrete or to provide a protective barrier over a stained or damaged surface.

Penetrating surface sealers are typically applied with a roller, brush, or sprayer. They should be applied to a clean, dry concrete surface. The sealer should be allowed to dry completely before the concrete is used.

Penetrating surface sealers can provide a number of benefits, including:

  • Protection from water damage: Penetrating surface sealers create a barrier that prevents water from penetrating the concrete. This can help to prevent staining, efflorescence, and other damage caused by water.
  • Protection from UV damage: Penetrating surface sealers also protect concrete from the sun's UV rays. This can help to prevent the concrete from fading and cracking.
  • Increased durability: Penetrating surface sealers make concrete more durable and resistant to wear and tear. This can help to extend the life of the concrete surface.
  • Enhanced appearance: Penetrating surface sealers can also enhance the appearance of concrete surfaces. They can make them look darker, richer, and more vibrant.

Penetrating surface sealers are a valuable product that can help to protect and enhance concrete surfaces. Lift Right Concrete provides a Penetrating Surface Sealer that seals the pores of the concrete, preventing water and oil from penetrating the concrete and causing spalling during freezing conditions or stains from oil spills. It should be reapplied every 4-7 years.

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