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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 are the coverage ratios of the sealers?
Coverage ratios will vary between products and are also affected by surface porosity. Please refer to the application guides next to each product that can be downloaded directly from our website.
What are the benefits of using block paving sealer on my driveway or patio?
Smartseal block paving sealer will harden the sand between the joints of the pavers and help prevent weeds growing in the previously soft sand. The block paving sealer will also enhance the colours of the block paving and help prevent colour loss from prolonged exposure to sunlight. The block paving sealer will also make removal of oil stains much easier.
Will my block paving or pattern imprinted concrete driveway or patio look shiny after it has been sealed?
We have a various finishes to choose from when selecting our block paving sealers or imprinted concrete sealers. You can select a Matt, Silk or Gloss finish. All of the finishes look very natural and are a matter of personal choice.
I have seen many block paving sealers online, why should I use Smartseal when there are cheaper products available?
We fully recognise there are cheaper block paving sealers around. We produce a quality product manufactured to the highest standards and are BS/5750 ISO9000 approved. We could make cheaper sealers but they would not be anywhere near as effective and long lasting and that is not what our customers expect from us.
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.