Full DIY kits for the restoring Block Paving, Natural Stone, Tarmac and Imprinted Concrete
Does you tarmacadam restorer come in different colours?
Yes, it is available in black, red and green. We have also recently produced a darker version of the red upon request.
How many coats of block paving sealer would you recommend?
We always recommend two coats of block paving sealer for optimum performance and protection. A top up coat of sealer is recommended every 3-5 years depending on traffic and surface wear.
What type of sand is swept between the joints in block paving?
The best type of sand to use is 'kiln dried' sand that can be purchased from most DIY stores.
My imprinted concrete has gone white in places, do you know what this is and how to fix it?
The whiteness is probably caused by moisture 'trapped' within the sealer. This is normally quite easy to fix using our 'Sealer Repair Fluid'. All you have to do is apply the repair fluid to the areas that have gone white and after a few minutes once it has returned to a liquid state, agitate with a brush or broom. The sealer should re-set clear without any whiteness within the hour.
Do you have a patio sealer specifically for paving slabs?
Yes, our patio sealer has been specially formulated to seal all types of paving slabs on patios. It is solvent based and should not be used on natural stone.
Can you provide technical help and guidance for my paving restoration project?
Smartseal are able to provide you with as much help as you need to carry out a succesful DIY project. We may ask you to send us some images to ensure we can give you accurate advice.