No! All Sure Seal® products are penetrating sealers that seal the pores in tile and stone surfaces. They do not leave a residue on the surface, or need to be wiped off which you find when using acrylic or silicone-based products. They will not change the feel, texture or colour of the treated surface as they dry invisible. Sure Seal® ... Read More
No! This is not recommended. You might try our Rug and Carpet Protector. Although specially formulated for heavy duty use on rugs and carpet, try a test area on an inconspicuous part of your fabric such as underneath the chair or lounge, etc. If it does not affect the texture or colour, it is safe to use. Overspray to wood ... Read More
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Most silicones are water-based products. They are used as fillers to fill gaps. Because they are mainly water based, they will not stick to a surface treated with Sure Seal® The best way to do it, is to apply the silicone product first, then apply Sure Seal® sealants over the top. If you have already sealed the area with Sure ... Read More
Yes! You can still seal your tiles and grout in your bathroom. You will need to clean your bathroom to remove any soap scum or mildew that has already formed in your bathroom. If you are using a strong harsh cleaning agent we recommend that you rinse the area down with water thoroughly to remove any residue from the cleaning ... Read More
Yes! You can spray the inside of your terracotta pots to help minimize water absorption. Use the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying aerosol or the 24/7 Plus Stone & Concrete Sealer applied with a brush.
If they are glazed ceramic tiles, they are not porous and do not require sealing. If they are unglazed ceramic tiles, they do need to be sealed. In both cases, we recommend that you seal the grout lines between the tiles. Use either the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying Aerosol or the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer ... Read More
No! Sure Seal® will not seal the crack in the bathroom tile. Sure Seal® does not act like filler, but it will seal fine line cracks.
No! Sure Seal® does not contain silicones. Both the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying and the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Slow Drying, are solvent-based products. We also have water-based products called 24/7 Plus Stone & Concrete Sealer, Ezy-As 1,2,3 and Premium Plus Sealer.