|Place of Origin:||Shanghai, China|
|Brand Name:||Shanghai BES|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 drum|
|Packaging Details:||25kg/drum, 36 drums/pallet, 18Tons per 20'Container|
|Delivery Time:||2~7 working days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||1,000 tons per month|
|Feature:||Non-toxic||Dry To Recoat:||4~6hours|
|Package:||25kg/drum||Product Name:||Water Based Concrete Sealer|
|Application Method:||Brush&spray||Solid Content:||30+/-2%|
Acrylic Water Based Concrete Sealer Seal the Pores in Liquid
BES water based concrete sealer is an acrylic cure and seal sealer designed to provide a satin gloss shine for any exterior or interior concrete surface. As a low odor product, it is the preferred for indoor floor applications, especially basements and occupied homes or businesses. One or two coats can be applied to indoor floors depending on the desired gloss level.
-Packing: 200kg/drum, 18tons/20’GP
1. Express courier/airway shipping: door to door/airport
Fast and economical for samples.
2. Sea shipping: port to port/door
10-30 days transportation, economical for large orders.
Appearance: Transparent liquid
Solid content: 25~30%
Dry to touch: 2~4 hours
Dry to Recoat: 4 hours
Dry to traffic: 48-72 hours
Water-based products do not last forever, even when unopened. General Finishes products are best used within 1 year of the manufacture date listed on the bottom of the can. The life of the product may be extended with proper care and storage.
Q1: My pavers were previously sealed. Can I apply a new sealer on top of what’s already there?
A1: Well, first you need to know what type of sealer was originally used. If it was a water-based sealer, then you can safely reseal using either a solvent-based or water-based sealer. If a solvent-based sealer was originally used, you’ll want to reseal using a solvent-based sealer. A water-based sealer cannot be applied on top of a solvent-based sealer.
Q2: How can I tell what type of sealer was previously used on my pavers?
If you’re resealing your pavers and are unsure about the type of sealer that was originally used, you’ll want to test the surface. Choose a low-traffic area (i.e. a corner) and pour a quarter-sized drop of Xylene onto a sealed paver. Wait about 15 seconds, wipe off the Xylene, and touch the area. If it feels tacky, it means a solvent-based sealer was used. If it’s not tacky, a water-based sealer was used.
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