Full DIY kits for the restoring Block Paving, Natural Stone, Tarmac and Imprinted Concrete
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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.
Should I use a cleaning product before I seal my paving
Is your Natural Stone Sealer an Impregnator?
Yes, our high quality sealers for natural stone are classed as 'impregnators' rather than topical sealers. They are specially formulated so that they fill all the microscopic voids in the top layers of a substrate and are very effective at providing long-term protection.
Are you able to restore the original colouring of Pattern Imprinted Concrete?
Most imprinted concrete surfaces only need a clear sealer applied to restore the original look. However, it may be necessary now and again to add a colour tint to the clear sealer to restore the original colour of the drive or patio.
If you are unsure whether you need to use a colour tint with the sealer, please contact us an better still, send us some images so we can assess whether this is necessary.
Once the block paving sealer has been applied, will it be easier to remove oil and grease stains?
The block paving sealer will make it easier to remove oil stains as the oil will initially sit on the surface. A detergent based remover should be able to remove most of the oil if it is done quickly, or in cases of larger oil spills we would suggest using our oil remover for block paving.
Will the tarmac restorer even out the surface and cover small cracks and holes?
The tarmac restorer will not smooth out rough surfaces as it is not a 'slurry'. Any small cracks or holes should be filled with our crack repair compound prior to coating with Tarmaseal.