A 25% solids, water-based, nano-acrylic urethane sealer designed for use over concrete color stains, concrete floors, and other new or old concrete and masonry surfaces. Adseal WB-25’s proprietary formula dries quickly and creates a strong, protective, blush resistant film.
Once cured, Adseal WB-25 has excellent abrasion and chemical resistance; it also resists hot-tyres, rain, UV, most common household chemicals, oil and grease.
Use for both indoor and outdoor applications.
5 - 10m2 per litre per coat
|Available in these sizes|| |
15 Litre, 5 Litre
i HAVE JUST HAS HAD 100SQM OF RAJ BLEND SANDSTONE LAYED IN THE GARDEN. THE JOB IS COMPLETE AND NOW AM LOOKING TO GET THE PAVING SEALED. TWO QUESTIONS WHEN SHOULD I APPLY THE SEALANT AFTER A NEW LAY WHAT SEALANT COULD BE RECOMMENDED FOR A NATURAL MATT FINISH AND ONE FOR A WET LOOK. I HAVE SEEN ON THE PAVING EXPERT SITE THAT Heavy Duty Sealer IS A GOOD OPTION BUT I WANT TO BE SURE.
I have put links below to 3 suitable sealers, The water based one is a matt finish without altering the colour, the Stone and slate will give a matt/satin finish and enhance the colours and the Heavy duty is the same as the Stone and Slate but will give a satin/gloss finish.You are best to leave it for 3-4 weeks after finishing to allow the mortar to completely dry before applying a sealer. Stone & Slate Protector (SSP) Water Based Sealer Matt (WB25) Heavy Duty Sealer (HD) Drew Palin
I had a garden patio recently laid with granite slabs. I want to prevent staining, grease, oil, ink etc but do not want a surface sealer, I need an impregnating sealer that will not require frequent relaying. I was recommended Advanced HD sealant , but your web site says it gives a surface sheen and I do not want any change to the natural granite appearance. What would you recommend and can you provide a sample to try on a small area?
Unfortunately what you are asking for, the sealer not to show but last a long time, is kind of an either or situation. Invisible sealers such as you are asking for are more like a stain guard rather than a sealer and as such offers little to no protecting agains wear, so needs regular re-coating, a sealer on the other hand will last years before needing re-coating but will leave a finish to the surface.I think your best bet might be to try the Water based matt sealer (link below) this will offer the longevity you want with minimal change to the appearance when the stone is dry. Water Based Sealer Matt (WB25) Drew Palin
I am interested in using this product and was wondering what is the best way to apply this product, I noticed that you sell special brushes to apply stains but I wanted to know if you can apply Endura Faux Fusion with a roller, also does it need to be sealed after application?
The Endura can be applied by brush, roller or sprayer, and yes it does need sealing after, ideally with the water based sealerWater Based Sealer Matt (WB25) Water Based Sealer Gloss (WB34) Drew Palin
l have had a patio laid two years ago with Indian stone and didnít realise how easily it stained. I am going to clean it this spring and would like to see if l can protect it with a sealer but not darken the colour if possible, could you please advise, approximately 85 square meters area,
As you are looking to keep the paving looking as it does when it is dry I would recommend the Water based Matt sealer (link below) this will have very little effect on the appearance but will offer a good amount of protection for the stone.Water Based Sealer Matt (WB25) Drew Palin
I have an Indian sandstone patio layed but not sealed yet. I was looking at you wb 25 and wanted to confirm its suitable. My main concerns are to protect it from food, oil, stains and so that the frost doesn't get at. I don't want to change the appearance of the stones. Would this be the right product for me or can you recommend something g else in your range.
Yes the WB25 will be fine for what you are looking to achieve, it gives great surface protection from wear and stains but has very little affect on the appearance.https://www.adsealcolours.co.uk/Water-Based-Sealer-Matt.html Drew Palin
I would like to colour a newly laid 30 square metre concrete drive with Smart colour (Licorice). Please could you advise the amounts of prep material, colour and sealer (satin finish) required for this. Many thanks
As the concrete is new you will need to leave it a minimum of 30days before trying to stain to let the concrete cure.Before staining you will need to acid wash the surface to remove any loose dusty surface from the concrete using the Eco acid If you are looking to apply a single solid colour to the concrete I would recommend using the Solid colour stain (medium grey) you will need 1 x 32oz kit to do your area. The solid colour stain will be much quicker, easier and cheaper than the smartcolour (you would need at least 3 x 32oz bottles to get a solid uniform colour). Then finally to seal I would suggest the WB25. I have listed all the relevant products below, I would highly recommend watching the installation videos before you start the job. http://www.adsealcolours.co.uk/Eco-Acid-profiler.html http://www.adsealcolours.co.uk/Solid-Colour-Stain.html http://www.adsealcolours.co.uk/WB-25-eco-friendly-satin-concrete-sealer.html http://www.adsealcolours.co.uk/Application-Brushes.html Drew Palin