Sure Seal® products are invisible once they dry on the surface; therefore, we recommend application of two coats in case an area was missed when applying the first coat.
Yes, any of the Sure Seal products can be used to seal stone tables and benchtops.
Our Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying Aerosol will not affect paint, because it is such a fine spray and quick drying. If using liquid Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying or Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Slow Drying, it is best to cover up the painted areas prior to sealing. Clean off any overspray ... Read More
There are two different types of ceramic tiles-glazed and unglazed. Sealing of glazed ceramic tiles is not necessary as they are non-porous. The only thing that needs to be sealed in that case is the grout line which you would do after the tiles are laid. In the instance of non-glazed ceramic tiles, or any other type of tile or ... Read More
Take your pick! You can use our Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Slow Drying or our 24/7 Plus Stone & Concrete Sealer. Because both these products are slower drying, they will provide better penetration on dense surfaces.
It will last a lifetime on vertical surfaces. On floors, etc., it will last for years. However, on heavy walkway areas or heavily used areas such as shower recesses, the areas should be checked yearly and re-sealed if necessary.
Yes, you can seal just the grout lines. We recommend using the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying Aerosol. As for the over spray, the sealer dries clear and will not be noticeable.
Any of our products will do the job. However, for a swimming pool area, I would recommend you use the Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying or the 24/7 Plus Stone & Concrete Sealer. Neither chlorine nor saltwater will affect the longevity of our products.
The surface you want to seal has to be thoroughly cleaned. If you are using Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Slow Drying, apply the first coat. When dry, apply the second coat and buff before it dries. The first coat may take up to five hours to dry. If using Grout, Tile & Stone Sealer – Quick Drying, apply ... Read More
You can apply the product with a lamb’s wool applicator, paint brush, roller, mop etc. Whatever suits you best!