In this video, you will learn how to apply concrete seal in your driveway or garage. Furthermore, you will understand the best ways to use concrete seal.
Follow the manufacturer’s safety recommendations while applying any sort of concrete sealer or sealant. Wear chemical-resistant gloves and safety glasses.
If you’re applying a sealer indoors, make sure to leave the windows open. Many sealants are irritants, so keep them away from your skin. Allow at least 30 days before sealing a fresh concrete surface, whether indoors or outdoors, to allow it to cure fully.
The concrete surface should be clean and dry for the greatest effects. That means no rain is expected that week if you’re working outside on a patio, bench, or sidewalk. (You should also wait until you are confident that the temperature will remain between 50 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
Apply a second coat 10 minutes after finishing the first coat, before it has a chance to dry, for further protection. Two coatings of Concrete and Masonry Waterproofing Sealer are required to penetrate the concrete’s surface. These two coatings can last up to ten years outside before needing to be resealed. Interior applications, on the other hand, that are not exposed to UV rays or temperature variations, should not require resealing in the future.