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Product:ARMOR AR350
Wet look Sealer
https://www.foundationarmor.com/ar350
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2018-12-16 01:21   6 0

 
Product:ARMOR AR350
Wet look Sealer
https://www.foundationarmor.com/ar350
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 #sealer  #concretesealer #concrete #stampedconcrete #paver #paversealer #brick #bricksealer #wetlooksealer  #happywife #walkways #stairsealer #patio #patiosealer #customerphoto #exposedaggregatewalkway  #garagefloorsealer #ar350 #pooldeck #pooldecksealer  #trending #ingroundpool  #poolside #hottub  #foundationarmor #houseupdate #homeimprovement #diy #homerenovation #amazonreview

2018-12-13 14:38   15 2

 
Product:ARMOR AR350
Wet look Sealer
https://www.foundationarmor.com/ar350
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 #sealer  #concretesealer #concrete #stampedconcrete #paver #paversealer #brick #bricksealer #wetlooksealer  #uvresistant #walkways #stairsealer #patio #patiosealer #customerphoto  #garagefloorsealer #amazon #stampedconcretepatio #gorgeous  #trendy  #reallife #outdoorpatio #naturalstonesealer  #nofilter #foundationarmor #houseflipping #homeimprovement #diy #homerenovation #diyproject

2018-12-12 14:34   16 0

 
Product:ARMOR AR350
Wet look Sealer
https://www.foundationarmor.com/ar350
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AMAZON CUSTOMER PHOTOS
 #sealer  #concretesealer #concrete #stampedconcrete #paver #paversealer #brick #bricksealer #wetlooksealer  #uvresistant #walkways #stairsealer #patio #patiosealer #customerphoto #exposedaggregatewalkway  #garagefloorsealer #ar350 #pooldeck #pooldecksealer  #trending  #ingroundpool #vacation #poolside #pergola  #foundationarmor #houseupdate #homeimprovement #diy #homerenovation

2018-12-11 23:34   14 0

 
Product:ARMOR AR350
Wet look Sealer
https://www.foundationarmor.com/ar350
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AMAZON CUSTOMER PHOTOS
 #sealer  #concretesealer #concrete #stampedconcrete #paver #paversealer #brick #bricksealer #wetlooksealer  #uvresistant #walkways #stairsealer #patio #patiosealer #customerphoto  #garagefloorsealer #ar350 #flagstone #naturalstone  #trending  #reallife #outdoorpatio #naturalstonesealer  #nofilter #foundationarmor #houseupdate #homeimprovement #diy #homerenovation #diyproject

2018-12-10 13:59   17 0

 
Product:ARMOR AR350
Wet look Sealer
https://www.foundationarmor.com/ar350
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AMAZON CUSTOMER PHOTOS
 #sealer  #concretesealer #concrete #stampedconcrete #paver #paversealer #brick #bricksealer #wetlooksealer  #uvresistant #walkways #stairsealer #patio #patiosealer #customerphoto #exposedaggregatewalkway  #garagefloorsealer #ar350 #pooldeck #pooldecksealer  #trending #ingroundpool #vacation #poolside #pergola  #foundationarmor #houseupdate #homeimprovement #diy #homerenovation

2018-12-09 01:33   20 0

 
Armor SX5000 WB Penetrating Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealer and Masonry Water Repellent
https://www.foundationarmor.com/armor-sx5000-wb-5-gal
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5 star Amazon Review Customer photos

The Armor SX5000 WB is a water based Silane Siloxane water repellent sealer that penetrates deep into the surface where it chemically reacts to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. The hydrophobic barrier, which can last for up to 10 years, will reduce surface water absorption by up to 95%. Surfaces sealed with the Armor SX5000 WB instantly become more resistant to the damaging effects of water absorption, such as cracking, spalling, pitting, freeze thaw and ice damage, staining, mold and mildew growth, and the formation of efflorescence. Approved by the Department of Transportation in several states, the Armor SX5000 is designed to protect the surface without changing its natural, unsealed look.
 #concretesealer #masonrysealer #concrete #masonry #sealer #foundationarmor #diy #homeimprovement #unsealed #entryway #customerreview #bricksealer #warehouse #groutsealer #garagefloorsealer #business #floorsealer #walkwaysealer #pooldecksealer #paversealer #naturalstone #aggregate #driveway #diy #drivewaysealer #roofsealer #homeimprovement #poolside

2018-12-08 03:08   15 0

 

Armor SX5000 WB Penetrating Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealer and Masonry Water Repellent https://www.foundationarmor.com/armor-sx5000-wb-5-gal CUSTOMER PHOTOS SWIPE LEFT 5 star Amazon Review Customer photos The Armor SX5000 WB is a water based Silane Siloxane water repellent sealer that penetrates deep into the surface where it chemically reacts to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. The hydrophobic barrier, which can last for up to 10 years, will reduce surface water absorption by up to 95%. Surfaces sealed with the Armor SX5000 WB instantly become more resistant to the damaging effects of water absorption, such as cracking, spalling, pitting, freeze thaw and ice damage, staining, mold and mildew growth, and the formation of efflorescence. Approved by the Department of Transportation in several states, the Armor SX5000 is designed to protect the surface without changing its natural, unsealed look. #concretesealer #masonrysealer #concrete #masonry #sealer #foundationarmor #diy #homeimprovement #unsealed #entryway #customerreview #bricksealer #warehouse #groutsealer #garagefloorsealer #business #floorsealer #walkwaysealer #pooldecksealer #paversealer #naturalstone #aggregate #driveway #diy #drivewaysealer #roofsealer #homeimprovement #poolside

Armor SX5000 WB Penetrating Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealer and Masonry Water Repellent
https://www.foundationarmor.com/armor-sx5000-wb-5-gal
CUSTOMER PHOTOS
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5 star Amazon Review Customer photos

The Armor SX5000 WB is a water based Silane Siloxane water repellent sealer that penetrates deep into the surface where it chemically reacts to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. The hydrophobic barrier, which can last for up to 10 years, will reduce surface water absorption by up to 95%. Surfaces sealed with the Armor SX5000 WB instantly become more resistant to the damaging effects of water absorption, such as cracking, spalling, pitting, freeze thaw and ice damage, staining, mold and mildew growth, and the formation of efflorescence. Approved by the Department of Transportation in several states, the Armor SX5000 is designed to protect the surface without changing its natural, unsealed look.
 #concretesealer #masonrysealer #concrete #masonry #sealer #foundationarmor #diy #homeimprovement #unsealed #entryway #customerreview #bricksealer #warehouse #groutsealer #garagefloorsealer #business #floorsealer #walkwaysealer #pooldecksealer #paversealer #naturalstone #aggregate #driveway #diy #drivewaysealer #roofsealer #homeimprovement #brickhouse

2018-12-07 00:06   13 1

 

Armor SX5000 WB Penetrating Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealer and Masonry Water Repellent https://www.foundationarmor.com/armor-sx5000-wb-5-gal CUSTOMER PHOTOS SWIPE LEFT 5 star Amazon Review Customer photos The Armor SX5000 WB is a water based Silane Siloxane water repellent sealer that penetrates deep into the surface where it chemically reacts to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. The hydrophobic barrier, which can last for up to 10 years, will reduce surface water absorption by up to 95%. Surfaces sealed with the Armor SX5000 WB instantly become more resistant to the damaging effects of water absorption, such as cracking, spalling, pitting, freeze thaw and ice damage, staining, mold and mildew growth, and the formation of efflorescence. Approved by the Department of Transportation in several states, the Armor SX5000 is designed to protect the surface without changing its natural, unsealed look. #concretesealer #masonrysealer #concrete #masonry #sealer #foundationarmor #diy #homeimprovement #unsealed #entryway #customerreview #bricksealer #warehouse #groutsealer #garagefloorsealer #business #floorsealer #walkwaysealer #pooldecksealer #paversealer #naturalstone #aggregate #driveway #diy #drivewaysealer #roofsealer #homeimprovement #brickhouse

Armor SX5000 WB Penetrating Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealer and Masonry Water Repellent
https://www.foundationarmor.com/armor-sx5000-wb-5-gal
CUSTOMER PHOTOS
5 star Amazon Review

The Armor SX5000 WB is a water based Silane Siloxane water repellent sealer that penetrates deep into the surface where it chemically reacts to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. The hydrophobic barrier, which can last for up to 10 years, will reduce surface water absorption by up to 95%. Surfaces sealed with the Armor SX5000 WB instantly become more resistant to the damaging effects of water absorption, such as cracking, spalling, pitting, freeze thaw and ice damage, staining, mold and mildew growth, and the formation of efflorescence. Approved by the Department of Transportation in several states, the Armor SX5000 is designed to protect the surface without changing its natural, unsealed look.
 #concretesealer #masonrysealer #concrete #masonry #sealer #foundationarmor #diy #homeimprovement #unsealed #entryway #customerreview #bricksealer #warehouse #groutsealer #garagefloorsealer #business #floorsealer #walkwaysealer #pooldecksealer #paversealer #naturalstone #aggregate #driveway #diy #drivewaysealer #homeimprovement #brushedconcrete

2018-12-04 16:46   17 0

 

Armor SX5000 WB Penetrating Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealer and Masonry Water Repellent https://www.foundationarmor.com/armor-sx5000-wb-5-gal CUSTOMER PHOTOS 5 star Amazon Review The Armor SX5000 WB is a water based Silane Siloxane water repellent sealer that penetrates deep into the surface where it chemically reacts to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. The hydrophobic barrier, which can last for up to 10 years, will reduce surface water absorption by up to 95%. Surfaces sealed with the Armor SX5000 WB instantly become more resistant to the damaging effects of water absorption, such as cracking, spalling, pitting, freeze thaw and ice damage, staining, mold and mildew growth, and the formation of efflorescence. Approved by the Department of Transportation in several states, the Armor SX5000 is designed to protect the surface without changing its natural, unsealed look. #concretesealer #masonrysealer #concrete #masonry #sealer #foundationarmor #diy #homeimprovement #unsealed #entryway #customerreview #bricksealer #warehouse #groutsealer #garagefloorsealer #business #floorsealer #walkwaysealer #pooldecksealer #paversealer #naturalstone #aggregate #driveway #diy #drivewaysealer #homeimprovement #brushedconcrete

FOUNDATION ARMOR
Have you recently purchased from us?!? Get an immediate 10 dollar return on your purchase and save 5% on your next as shown in the pictures. 
Haven't purchased from us yet?!?! That's ok, make a purchase and receive the same promotion!!.
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2018-12-03 21:48   12 0

 

FOUNDATION ARMOR Have you recently purchased from us! Get an immediate 10 dollar return on your purchase and save 5% on your next as shown in the pictures. Haven't purchased from us yet!! That's ok, make a purchase and receive the same promotion!!. #foundationarmor #sealer #concrete #concretesealer #paversealer #bricksealer #paversealer #stampedconcrete #brushedconcrete #aggregate #densifier #smallbusiness #review #wecare #familyowned #familyoperated #diy #construction #contractor #homeimprovement #homerenovation

Keep the concrete in your auto shop looking good for years by using a concrete densifier to increase surface strength and density. Foundation Armor manufactures concrete densifiers that chemically react with your concrete to harden the surface.

https://www.foundationarmor.com/automotive-garage-floor-sealers-and-coatings

 #concrete #sealer #business #automotiverepair #carrepairshop #concretesealer #carshop #foundationarmor #diy #investment #automotivegarage #hardener #densifier #garage #smallbusiness  #businessimprovement #automotive #automotiveshop  #concretehardener #concretedensifier #largebusiness #smallbusiness #sidejob #mechanic

2018-12-02 20:10   15 0

 

Keep the concrete in your auto shop looking good for years by using a concrete densifier to increase surface strength and density. Foundation Armor manufactures concrete densifiers that chemically react with your concrete to harden the surface. https://www.foundationarmor.com/automotive-garage-floor-sealers-and-coatings #concrete #sealer #business #automotiverepair #carrepairshop #concretesealer #carshop #foundationarmor #diy #investment #automotivegarage #hardener #densifier #garage #smallbusiness #businessimprovement #automotive #automotiveshop #concretehardener #concretedensifier #largebusiness #smallbusiness #sidejob #mechanic

Want to make your neighbors jealous? Give your home a boost with a colored driveway sealer! The Foundation Armor AR500 is available in 14 color options. Shop now at https://www.foundationarmor.com/armor-ar500-5-gal
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2018-11-30 22:56   13 3

 

Want to make your neighbors jealous Give your home a boost with a colored driveway sealer! The Foundation Armor AR500 is available in 14 color options. Shop now at https://www.foundationarmor.com/armor-ar500-5-gal #foundationarmor #talkofthetown #housegoals #driveway #coloroptions #drivewaysealer #stunning #beautiful #highclass #neighborhood #diy #concretesealer #sealer #concrete #homeimprovement #homerenovation #fixerupper #drivewayrepair #standout #homeinspiration #renovation #contractor #construction

Did you know that applying a Cure and Seal to new concrete will help the new concrete to properly cure? It leaves behind a moisture retention film that helps concrete retain much of its hardness during the curing process. 
Foundation Armor’s High Gloss Cure and Seal products are available in 14 color options. Shop now at: https://www.foundationarmor.com/solvent-cure-and-seal
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2018-11-28 02:53   14 0

 

Did you know that applying a Cure and Seal to new concrete will help the new concrete to properly cure It leaves behind a moisture retention film that helps concrete retain much of its hardness during the curing process. Foundation Armor’s High Gloss Cure and Seal products are available in 14 color options. Shop now at: https://www.foundationarmor.com/solvent-cure-and-seal #foundationarmor #foundation #basement #patio #driveway #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #cureandseal #color #concretecolor #cure #diy #construction #contractor #concreteworker #diy #homerenovation #houseflipping #homeinspiration #concreteforms #newconstruction #newbuild

Its going down!!!
(It went down, new one went up, new one came down, and another new one went up and we decided its good enough😂)
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2018-11-24 02:31   31 1

 
Can’t wait to have some cars parked here. The floor turned out better than expected for a DIY project. #foundationarmor

2018-11-19 01:28   47 2

 

Can’t wait to have some cars parked here. The floor turned out better than expected for a DIY project. #foundationarmor

Foundation Armor
Have a dusting problem? Your concrete strength (or lack of) could be the problem! Consider applying a densifier to increase the surface strength by up to 45%! Foundation Armor manufacturers and sells concrete densifiers for dense and porous concrete. Learn more at: https://www.foundationarmor.com/concrete-hardeners-and-densifiers
 #foundationarmor #diy #diyproject #concrete #concretedensifier #concretehardener #densifier #hardener #concretedust #homeimprovement #dense #porus  #construction #contractor #americanmade #familyownedandoperated

2018-11-18 03:42   21 1

 

Foundation Armor Have a dusting problem Your concrete strength (or lack of) could be the problem! Consider applying a densifier to increase the surface strength by up to 45%! Foundation Armor manufacturers and sells concrete densifiers for dense and porous concrete. Learn more at: https://www.foundationarmor.com/concrete-hardeners-and-densifiers #foundationarmor #diy #diyproject #concrete #concretedensifier #concretehardener #densifier #hardener #concretedust #homeimprovement #dense #porus #construction #contractor #americanmade #familyownedandoperated

Product:ARMOR AR350
Wet look Sealer 
https://www.foundationarmor.com/ar350
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2018-11-16 23:42   15 0

 
We are doing some yard work which requires a LOT of digging. 
Chloe was very excited and went to grab her stuffy so that she could bury it in the new big hole!! 😮❤ Does anyone else have a fur baby that has a stuffy or toy they cherish?? https://www.foundationarmor.com
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2018-11-15 03:00   24 2

 

We are doing some yard work which requires a LOT of digging. Chloe was very excited and went to grab her stuffy so that she could bury it in the new big hole!! 😮❤ Does anyone else have a fur baby that has a stuffy or toy they cherish https://www.foundationarmor.com #foundation #addition #garage #diy #homeinspiration #homeimprovement #homerenovation #excavator #contractor #freezethaw #carlift #doubledeepfoundation #mydog #dogparent #dogblog #stuffedanimal #digging #foundationarmor #saltdamage #foreman #beyourself #goldenretriever

The BEST Silane-Soloxane Sealer
For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-silane-siloxane-concrete-sealers

The best Silane-Siloxane sealers are:

Armor SX5000: Solvent based Silane-Siloxane sealer.Armor SX5000 WB: Water based Silane-Siloxane sealer.

So, what makes them so great? A few things actually. First, the Armor SX5000 and Armor SX5000 WB are Department of Transportation (DOT) approved water repellent sealers which means they have undergone a serious of tests and been approved for use as water repellent sealers on roadways and bridge decks. Their life and performance has been validated by various third party organizations, and the same great formula is available to both homeowners and contractors. Next, the Armor SX5000 and Armor SX5000 WB are made from high quality, U.S. manufactured non-recycled resins. They are also made of a unique ration of Silane to Siloxane, optimizing their performance abilities. Lastly, Foundation Armor offers an unmatched level of customer service and offers support from product research to purchase, and application and maintenance.
 #SilaneSiloxane #sealers concrete sealers can be applied to a variety of surfaces including concrete, #brick, #flagstone, #slate, #granite, #pavers, #naturalstone, and #exposedaggregate #concrete. Surfaces sealed with a Silane-Siloxane concrete sealer are more resistant to:

 #Cracking, #spalling, and #pitting caused by water absrotpion. #Freezethaw and salt damage.Mold and mildew growth. #Staining, #Efflorescence formation.
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 #concretesealer #diy #renovation #contractor #masonry #homeinspo #homeinspiration

2018-11-13 20:55   13 0

 

The BEST Silane-Soloxane Sealer For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-silane-siloxane-concrete-sealers The best Silane-Siloxane sealers are: Armor SX5000: Solvent based Silane-Siloxane sealer.Armor SX5000 WB: Water based Silane-Siloxane sealer. So, what makes them so great A few things actually. First, the Armor SX5000 and Armor SX5000 WB are Department of Transportation (DOT) approved water repellent sealers which means they have undergone a serious of tests and been approved for use as water repellent sealers on roadways and bridge decks. Their life and performance has been validated by various third party organizations, and the same great formula is available to both homeowners and contractors. Next, the Armor SX5000 and Armor SX5000 WB are made from high quality, U.S. manufactured non-recycled resins. They are also made of a unique ration of Silane to Siloxane, optimizing their performance abilities. Lastly, Foundation Armor offers an unmatched level of customer service and offers support from product research to purchase, and application and maintenance. #SilaneSiloxane #sealers concrete sealers can be applied to a variety of surfaces including concrete, #brick, #flagstone, #slate, #granite, #pavers, #naturalstone, and #exposedaggregate #concrete. Surfaces sealed with a Silane-Siloxane concrete sealer are more resistant to: #Cracking, #spalling, and #pitting caused by water absrotpion. #Freezethaw and salt damage.Mold and mildew growth. #Staining, #Efflorescence formation. #foundationarmor #concretesealer #diy #renovation #contractor #masonry #homeinspo #homeinspiration

Foundation Armor Concrete Sealer Sales and Coupons

Like our Facebook Page https://m.facebook.com/FoundationArmor/ for special access to sales and coupons!

Foundation Armor is currently having a Buy-More, Save-More sale. Discounts automatically entered during checkout.

If you are a contractor looking to order in bulk, or a member of the U.S. Military, please contact a Foundation Armor representative at 866-306-0246 for special pricing.
 #militarydiscount #veteransday #buymoresavemore #bulk #contractor
 #contractorsofinsta #concreteblogger #concretesealer #concrete #paversealer #bricksealer #masonry #srampedconcrete #foundationarmor #basementsealer #walkwaysealer #drivewaysealer #sealer #andmore #likeusonfb #discounts #deals #sale #coupon #diy #homeimprovement #homerenovation #designer

2018-11-13 01:19   15 0

 

Foundation Armor Concrete Sealer Sales and Coupons Like our Facebook Page https://m.facebook.com/FoundationArmor/ for special access to sales and coupons! Foundation Armor is currently having a Buy-More, Save-More sale. Discounts automatically entered during checkout. If you are a contractor looking to order in bulk, or a member of the U.S. Military, please contact a Foundation Armor representative at 866-306-0246 for special pricing. #militarydiscount #veteransday #buymoresavemore #bulk #contractor #contractorsofinsta #concreteblogger #concretesealer #concrete #paversealer #bricksealer #masonry #srampedconcrete #foundationarmor #basementsealer #walkwaysealer #drivewaysealer #sealer #andmore #likeusonfb #discounts #deals #sale #coupon #diy #homeimprovement #homerenovation #designer

Re-Coating Previously Sealed Concrete

For complete information and a product guide, please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-high-gloss-concrete-sealers

It is perfectly fine to seal concrete previously sealed with another type of concrete sealer, so long as the new sealer is compatable with the old sealer.

Silicate Concrete Sealer - If your concrete is sealed with a silicate concrete sealer you can reseal the concrete with a water or solvent based acrylic sealer
.Silane-Siloxane Concrete Sealer - If your concrete is sealed with a Silane-Siloxane concrete sealer you can reseal the concrete with a solvent based acrylic sealer. The water repellent sealer will bead water based products off the surface, which is why only a solvent based acrylic sealer can be used.
Water Based High Gloss Acrylic Concrete Sealer: Water based acrylic sealers should be recoated with a water based acrylic sealer to avoid coating failure. 
Solvent Based High Gloss Acrylic Concrete Sealer: Solvent based acrylic sealers should be recoated with a solvent based acrylic sealer to avoid coating failure.
 #recoatingconcrete #recoating #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #waterbasedsealer #silanesiloxane #silicate #reseal #sealingconcrete  #productknowledge #foundationarmor #highglosssealer #interiordesign #exteriordesign #homerenovation #homeimprovement #construction #contractor #builder #masonry #diy #diyinspiration #basmentsealer #foundation #walkwaysealer #pooldecksealer #patiosealer

2018-11-10 13:02   22 0

 

Re-Coating Previously Sealed Concrete For complete information and a product guide, please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-high-gloss-concrete-sealers It is perfectly fine to seal concrete previously sealed with another type of concrete sealer, so long as the new sealer is compatable with the old sealer. Silicate Concrete Sealer - If your concrete is sealed with a silicate concrete sealer you can reseal the concrete with a water or solvent based acrylic sealer .Silane-Siloxane Concrete Sealer - If your concrete is sealed with a Silane-Siloxane concrete sealer you can reseal the concrete with a solvent based acrylic sealer. The water repellent sealer will bead water based products off the surface, which is why only a solvent based acrylic sealer can be used. Water Based High Gloss Acrylic Concrete Sealer: Water based acrylic sealers should be recoated with a water based acrylic sealer to avoid coating failure.  Solvent Based High Gloss Acrylic Concrete Sealer: Solvent based acrylic sealers should be recoated with a solvent based acrylic sealer to avoid coating failure. #recoatingconcrete #recoating #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #waterbasedsealer #silanesiloxane #silicate #reseal #sealingconcrete #productknowledge #foundationarmor #highglosssealer #interiordesign #exteriordesign #homerenovation #homeimprovement #construction #contractor #builder #masonry #diy #diyinspiration #basmentsealer #foundation #walkwaysealer #pooldecksealer #patiosealer

Common Concrete Sealer Problems 
For complete information and reliable products please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/concrete-sealer-problems

Oil based acrylic sealers (a.k.a. solvent acrylic or wet look sealers) are commonly used on exterior and interior concrete for aesthetic appeal and concrete protection (e.g. resistance to abrasion, dusting, staining, cracking, spalling). While application instructions are typically laid out on product tech data sheets, little to no info is provided on how to determine the cause of a coating problem and rectify the situation. Coating problems can include surface bubbles (aka solvent pop), peeling/flaking, white spots (aka blushing), fading (loss of shine). Foundation Armor does not compromise on product quality . All of our products including solvent acrylics such as the AR350, AR500, AX25, LV25 and AG Brown Seal use only the highest quality components. Which help to ensure high quality results.
 #foundationarmor #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #problems #interiorsealer #exteriorsealer #interiordesign #exteriordesign #construction #contractor #wecanhelp #concretebubble #solventpop #blushing #fading #flaking #peeling #solvent #wetlook #wetlookconcrete #homeinspo #homeimprovement #inspired #quality #reliable #homerenovation  #wetlooksealer

2018-11-10 02:35   33 0

 

Common Concrete Sealer Problems For complete information and reliable products please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/concrete-sealer-problems Oil based acrylic sealers (a.k.a. solvent acrylic or wet look sealers) are commonly used on exterior and interior concrete for aesthetic appeal and concrete protection (e.g. resistance to abrasion, dusting, staining, cracking, spalling). While application instructions are typically laid out on product tech data sheets, little to no info is provided on how to determine the cause of a coating problem and rectify the situation. Coating problems can include surface bubbles (aka solvent pop), peeling/flaking, white spots (aka blushing), fading (loss of shine). Foundation Armor does not compromise on product quality . All of our products including solvent acrylics such as the AR350, AR500, AX25, LV25 and AG Brown Seal use only the highest quality components. Which help to ensure high quality results. #foundationarmor #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #problems #interiorsealer #exteriorsealer #interiordesign #exteriordesign #construction #contractor #wecanhelp #concretebubble #solventpop #blushing #fading #flaking #peeling #solvent #wetlook #wetlookconcrete #homeinspo #homeimprovement #inspired #quality #reliable #homerenovation #wetlooksealer

FOUNDATION ARMOR
Protect ALL your concrete from freeze thaw with our superior sealers.
Head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com or give our knowledgeable experts a call at (866)306-0246.
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2018-11-09 03:27   30 0

 

FOUNDATION ARMOR Protect ALL your concrete from freeze thaw with our superior sealers. Head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com or give our knowledgeable experts a call at (866)306-0246. #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #freezethaw #winter #damage #concretedamage #damagedconcrete #knowledge #familyownedandoperated #diy #contractor #construction #homerenovation #homeinspo #homeimprovement #remodeling #concreteprotection #protection #exteriordesign #exteriorsealer #foundationarmor #walkway #patio #foundation

How To Reduce Moisture Through Basement Walls and Floors
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When dealing with a stone, cinderblock, granite, or sand basement, moisture sources increase and the waterproofing process becomes slightly more difficult.
Granite basement: Granite basement walls and floors are very similar to stone basement walls and floors, and sometimes even more difficult.  While water repellents and paints can be used, there is no way to guarantee whether or not they will be successful, or how successful they will be. Typically, with this type of a basement, homeowners should start with exterior waterproofing to redirect water away from the foundation, or contact a basement waterproofing contractor.Sand basement: You can’t waterproof a sand basement floor unless you were to pour concrete. Sand can’t be waterproofed and coatings can’t be applied over a loose surface. The floor is typically one of the largest sources of water and moisture so if you have a sand basement, you may want to consider calling a basement waterproofing contractor.

Even with these types of basements, many homeowners choose to apply densifiers and water repellents to a test area. While some tests prove to be hugely successful, others do not. The success of the product will depend on the condition of the walls and floor, the type of material used, the source of the water, and the amount of water and moisture that comes through.
 #granite #granitefoundation #basement #foundation #foundationarmor #construction #contractor #diy #sealer #granitesealer #stonesealer #granitebasement #sealing #basementmoisture #moisture #waterproofing #interior #exterior

2018-11-08 13:14   13 0

 

How To Reduce Moisture Through Basement Walls and Floors For complete information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-to-reduce-moisture-basement-walls-floor When dealing with a stone, cinderblock, granite, or sand basement, moisture sources increase and the waterproofing process becomes slightly more difficult. Granite basement: Granite basement walls and floors are very similar to stone basement walls and floors, and sometimes even more difficult.  While water repellents and paints can be used, there is no way to guarantee whether or not they will be successful, or how successful they will be. Typically, with this type of a basement, homeowners should start with exterior waterproofing to redirect water away from the foundation, or contact a basement waterproofing contractor.Sand basement: You can’t waterproof a sand basement floor unless you were to pour concrete. Sand can’t be waterproofed and coatings can’t be applied over a loose surface. The floor is typically one of the largest sources of water and moisture so if you have a sand basement, you may want to consider calling a basement waterproofing contractor. Even with these types of basements, many homeowners choose to apply densifiers and water repellents to a test area. While some tests prove to be hugely successful, others do not. The success of the product will depend on the condition of the walls and floor, the type of material used, the source of the water, and the amount of water and moisture that comes through. #granite #granitefoundation #basement #foundation #foundationarmor #construction #contractor #diy #sealer #granitesealer #stonesealer #granitebasement #sealing #basementmoisture #moisture #waterproofing #interior #exterior

How To Reduce Moisture Through Basement Walls and Floors
For complete information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-to-reduce-moisture-basement-walls-floor
There are many ways in which moisture can enter into a basement. 
It is important to keep in mind that while there are ways to reduce the movement of water and moisture through the pores, cracks, and coveseams, the success of these methods will depend heavily on the source of water, amount of water present, and the condition of the concrete. Test areas should always be conducted to determine suitability, and exterior waterproofing should always be considered to redirect water away from the basement. If you have any questions, you can also contact our technicians at 866-306-0246 and they can go over the best products to use for your application.
When dealing with a stone, #cinderblock, #granite, or #sand basement, moisture sources increase and the waterproofing process becomes slightly more difficult.

 #Stone basement: #Stonebasement walls and floors are hard to #waterproof because you are dealing with a porous surface, and grout (if grout is even present). While water repellents and paints can be used, there is no way to guarantee whether or not they will be successful, or how successful they will be. Typically, with this type of a basement, homeowners should start with exterior waterproofing to redirect water away from the #foundation, or contact a #basement waterproofing #contractor.
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2018-11-07 01:47   12 3

 

How To Reduce Moisture Through Basement Walls and Floors For complete information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-to-reduce-moisture-basement-walls-floor There are many ways in which moisture can enter into a basement. It is important to keep in mind that while there are ways to reduce the movement of water and moisture through the pores, cracks, and coveseams, the success of these methods will depend heavily on the source of water, amount of water present, and the condition of the concrete. Test areas should always be conducted to determine suitability, and exterior waterproofing should always be considered to redirect water away from the basement. If you have any questions, you can also contact our technicians at 866-306-0246 and they can go over the best products to use for your application. When dealing with a stone, #cinderblock, #granite, or #sand basement, moisture sources increase and the waterproofing process becomes slightly more difficult. #Stone basement: #Stonebasement walls and floors are hard to #waterproof because you are dealing with a porous surface, and grout (if grout is even present). While water repellents and paints can be used, there is no way to guarantee whether or not they will be successful, or how successful they will be. Typically, with this type of a basement, homeowners should start with exterior waterproofing to redirect water away from the #foundation, or contact a #basement waterproofing #contractor. #foundationarmor #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement #renovation

How To Reduce Moisture Through Basement Walls and Floors
For complete information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-to-reduce-moisture-basement-walls-floor
There are many ways in which moisture can enter into a basement. The most common ways in which moisture can enter into poured concrete basement include:
The pores of the concreteCracks in the floors and wallsCoveseams (where the walls meet, and where the walls meet the floor
It is important to keep in mind that while there are ways to reduce the movement of water and moisture through the pores, cracks, and coveseams, the success of these methods will depend heavily on the source of water, amount of water present, and the condition of the concrete. Test areas should always be conducted to determine suitability, and exterior waterproofing should always be considered to redirect water away from the basement. 
Silicate Sealers: Silicate sealers are one of the most popular types of sealers to use on poured concrete basement walls and floors. They chemically react within the pores to form a hardened crystalline barrier within the pores. The barrier can take anywhere from 72 hours to 90 days to full react, but once hardened, will reduce the size of the pores and therefore, the movement of water and moisture through them. Silicates can NOT stop water or moisture coming through cracks, gaps, or openings – for those, crack repair products should be used.Silane Siloxane Water Repellent Sealers: Silane Siloxane sealers are often applied 7-10 days after a Silicate has been applied. While silicates help with the movement of water, Silane-Siloxanes help with the movement of moisture. On average, two coats can reduce moisture by up to 2-7 LBS. Silane-Siloxanes can NOT stop water or moisture coming through cracks, gaps, or openings – for those, crack repair products should be used.Crack Repair: Hydraulic cement is not an effective form of crack repair. Over time, water will start to push the cement out of the crack. For actively leaking cracks, you want to use a hydrophobic polyurethane. For dry cracks, you want to use a flexible material such as the JFX35, or one of the products by Sika.

2018-11-06 01:07   13 2

 

How To Reduce Moisture Through Basement Walls and Floors For complete information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-to-reduce-moisture-basement-walls-floor There are many ways in which moisture can enter into a basement. The most common ways in which moisture can enter into poured concrete basement include: The pores of the concreteCracks in the floors and wallsCoveseams (where the walls meet, and where the walls meet the floor It is important to keep in mind that while there are ways to reduce the movement of water and moisture through the pores, cracks, and coveseams, the success of these methods will depend heavily on the source of water, amount of water present, and the condition of the concrete. Test areas should always be conducted to determine suitability, and exterior waterproofing should always be considered to redirect water away from the basement. Silicate Sealers: Silicate sealers are one of the most popular types of sealers to use on poured concrete basement walls and floors. They chemically react within the pores to form a hardened crystalline barrier within the pores. The barrier can take anywhere from 72 hours to 90 days to full react, but once hardened, will reduce the size of the pores and therefore, the movement of water and moisture through them. Silicates can NOT stop water or moisture coming through cracks, gaps, or openings – for those, crack repair products should be used.Silane Siloxane Water Repellent Sealers: Silane Siloxane sealers are often applied 7-10 days after a Silicate has been applied. While silicates help with the movement of water, Silane-Siloxanes help with the movement of moisture. On average, two coats can reduce moisture by up to 2-7 LBS. Silane-Siloxanes can NOT stop water or moisture coming through cracks, gaps, or openings – for those, crack repair products should be used.Crack Repair: Hydraulic cement is not an effective form of crack repair. Over time, water will start to push the cement out of the crack. For actively leaking cracks, you want to use a hydrophobic polyurethane. For dry cracks, you want to use a flexible material such as the JFX35, or one of the products by Sika.

How Often Do You Need to Seal Your Driveway?

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You will need to seal your driveway every 1-10 years depending on the type of driveway sealer used. The most common types of driveway sealers for concrete, brick, aggregate, and paver driveways are:

Silicate Concrete Sealers: Apply once and it lasts a lifetime
.Silane Siloxane Water Repellent Sealers: Will require reapplication every 7-10 years.
Siliconate Water Repellent Sealers: Will require reapplication every 7-10 years.
Acrylic Concrete Sealers: Will require reapplication every 1-5 years.
Epoxy Coatings: Will require reapplication every 5-10 years.
Urethane Coatings: Will require reapplication every 5-10 years.Paint: Won't last, shoud be avoided. Before reapplication, paint needs to be removed. 
Which type of seaer is best to use on a driveway?

If you are looking for a cost effective sealer to use on your driveway, you want to use a Silane-Siloxane or a Silionate water repellent sealer. These types of sealers offer the most protection, for the longerst period of time, for the lowest cost. To learn more about each type of driveway sealer, and the costs to seal a driveway, consider these articles:

Best Concrete Driveway SealersCost to Seal a Concrete Driveway
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2018-11-04 23:19   17 1

 

How Often Do You Need to Seal Your Driveway For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-often-do-you-seal-your-driveway You will need to seal your driveway every 1-10 years depending on the type of driveway sealer used. The most common types of driveway sealers for concrete, brick, aggregate, and paver driveways are: Silicate Concrete Sealers: Apply once and it lasts a lifetime .Silane Siloxane Water Repellent Sealers: Will require reapplication every 7-10 years. Siliconate Water Repellent Sealers: Will require reapplication every 7-10 years. Acrylic Concrete Sealers: Will require reapplication every 1-5 years. Epoxy Coatings: Will require reapplication every 5-10 years. Urethane Coatings: Will require reapplication every 5-10 years.Paint: Won't last, shoud be avoided. Before reapplication, paint needs to be removed. Which type of seaer is best to use on a driveway If you are looking for a cost effective sealer to use on your driveway, you want to use a Silane-Siloxane or a Silionate water repellent sealer. These types of sealers offer the most protection, for the longerst period of time, for the lowest cost. To learn more about each type of driveway sealer, and the costs to seal a driveway, consider these articles: Best Concrete Driveway SealersCost to Seal a Concrete Driveway #driveway #concretedriveway #drivewaysealer #sealer #concrete #concretesealer #freezethaw #icemelt #Saltdamage #concretecoating #epoxycoating #urethanecoatings #epoxy #siliconatesealer #silanesiloxane #silicate #foundationarmor #construction #contractor #diy #homeimprovement #home #homerenovation

How Long Does it Take Concrete Sealer to Dry?
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How long does it take concrete esaler to dry? The amount of time it takes for concrete sealers to dry will depend on the type of concrete sealer used.

Acrylic Concrete Sealers: Acrylic sealers are used to enhance and protect interior and exterior concrete with a wet look, low gloss, or high gloss finish. Acrylic sealers can take anywhere from 4-12 hours to dry before being able to be walked on, but they will continue to harden for up to 48 hours after being applied. Concrete sealed with an acrylic sealer should not be walked on (with the exception of a recoat), driven on, or wet for at least 36-48 hours. 
Epoxy Coatings: Epoxy coatings are designed to enhance and protect interior concrete floors. The dry time of an epoxy will depend on the type of epoxy used. It is best to speak with the manufacturer. Typically, it can take anywhere from 10-12 hours to dry before being able to be walked on, but they will continue to harden for up to 48 hours after being applied. Concrete sealed with an epoxy coating should not be walked on (with the exception of a recoat), driven on, or wet for at least 36-48 hours. 
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2018-11-02 00:39   19 2

 

How Long Does it Take Concrete Sealer to Dry For complete Information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-long-does-it-take-concrete-sealer-to-dry How long does it take concrete esaler to dry The amount of time it takes for concrete sealers to dry will depend on the type of concrete sealer used. Acrylic Concrete Sealers: Acrylic sealers are used to enhance and protect interior and exterior concrete with a wet look, low gloss, or high gloss finish. Acrylic sealers can take anywhere from 4-12 hours to dry before being able to be walked on, but they will continue to harden for up to 48 hours after being applied. Concrete sealed with an acrylic sealer should not be walked on (with the exception of a recoat), driven on, or wet for at least 36-48 hours. Epoxy Coatings: Epoxy coatings are designed to enhance and protect interior concrete floors. The dry time of an epoxy will depend on the type of epoxy used. It is best to speak with the manufacturer. Typically, it can take anywhere from 10-12 hours to dry before being able to be walked on, but they will continue to harden for up to 48 hours after being applied. Concrete sealed with an epoxy coating should not be walked on (with the exception of a recoat), driven on, or wet for at least 36-48 hours.  #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #minihome #epoxy #epoxysealer #acrylic #diy #homerenovation #houseflipping #homeimprovement #contractor #construction #acrylicsealer #building #foundationarmor #interiordesign #exteriordesign #concretedust #freezethaw

How Long Does it Take Concrete Sealer to Dry?
For complete Information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-long-does-it-take-concrete-sealer-to-dry
How long does it take concrete esaler to dry? The amount of time it takes for concrete sealers to dry will depend on the type of concrete sealer used.

Silicate Concrete Sealers: Silicate sealers are used to reduce dusting and increase the surface strength of the concrete. They won't change the look or color of the concrete and work entirely below the surface. Silicate concrete sealers will appear to have dried in as little as 30 minutes, but they will continue to react below the surface for up to 90 days. Typically you can walk on concrete sealed with a silicate sealer in as little as a few hours.
Silane Siloxane Water Repellent Sealers: Silane-Siloxane sealers are used to reduce damage, deterioration, and staining caused by water absorption, freeze-thaw cycles, and de-icing salts. They are also used to reduce the formation of mold, mildew, and efflorescence. They won't change the look or color of the concrete and work entirely below the surface. Silane-Siloxane concrete sealers will appear to have dried in as little as 30 minutes, but they will continue to react below the surface for up to 72 hours. While you can walk on the concrete sealed with a Silane-Siloxane sealer shortly after being sealed, the concrete should remain dry for 36 hours after being sealed to allow the sealer to fully react. 
 #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #drytime #silicate #silanesiloxane #diy #homerenovation #houseflipping #homeimprovement #contractor #construction #timeismoney #building #foundationarmor #waterrepellant #concretedust #freezethaw

2018-11-01 01:07   18 0

 

How Long Does it Take Concrete Sealer to Dry For complete Information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/how-long-does-it-take-concrete-sealer-to-dry How long does it take concrete esaler to dry The amount of time it takes for concrete sealers to dry will depend on the type of concrete sealer used. Silicate Concrete Sealers: Silicate sealers are used to reduce dusting and increase the surface strength of the concrete. They won't change the look or color of the concrete and work entirely below the surface. Silicate concrete sealers will appear to have dried in as little as 30 minutes, but they will continue to react below the surface for up to 90 days. Typically you can walk on concrete sealed with a silicate sealer in as little as a few hours. Silane Siloxane Water Repellent Sealers: Silane-Siloxane sealers are used to reduce damage, deterioration, and staining caused by water absorption, freeze-thaw cycles, and de-icing salts. They are also used to reduce the formation of mold, mildew, and efflorescence. They won't change the look or color of the concrete and work entirely below the surface. Silane-Siloxane concrete sealers will appear to have dried in as little as 30 minutes, but they will continue to react below the surface for up to 72 hours. While you can walk on the concrete sealed with a Silane-Siloxane sealer shortly after being sealed, the concrete should remain dry for 36 hours after being sealed to allow the sealer to fully react.  #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #drytime #silicate #silanesiloxane #diy #homerenovation #houseflipping #homeimprovement #contractor #construction #timeismoney #building #foundationarmor #waterrepellant #concretedust #freezethaw

Penetrating Garage Floor Sealers
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Acrylic Sealers

Acrylic sealers are classified as sealers because they penetrate in order to bond, but they also leave behind a visible, protective surface film. Sealers are designed to reduce, and coatings are designed to stop. If you want total protection against staining and deterioration, or prefer a wet look, low gloss, high gloss, or colored finish, then you want an acrylic sealer. Acrylic sealers are just as easy to apply as densifiers and water repellent sealers, and will last for up to 4-6 years, sometimes longer, before the need to recoat.

Armor AR350: Solvent Based Low Gloss Concrete Sealer. Available in clear, color options, and with a non-slip additive
Armor AR500: Solvent Based High Gloss Concrete Sealer. Available in clear, color options, and with a non-slip additive.
Armor WB15: Water Based Low Gloss Concrete Sealer.
Available in clear.Armor 
WB25: Water Based High Gloss Concrete Sealer. Available in clear.
 #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #acrylicsealer #easyapplication #concretestrength #garage #gagrgefloor #penetratingsealer #garagesealer #acrylic #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement  #contractor #construction #houseflipping #floor #foundationarmor #familyowned #basement #basementsealer

2018-10-30 23:33   17 0

 

Penetrating Garage Floor Sealers For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/penetrating-garage-floor-sealers Acrylic Sealers Acrylic sealers are classified as sealers because they penetrate in order to bond, but they also leave behind a visible, protective surface film. Sealers are designed to reduce, and coatings are designed to stop. If you want total protection against staining and deterioration, or prefer a wet look, low gloss, high gloss, or colored finish, then you want an acrylic sealer. Acrylic sealers are just as easy to apply as densifiers and water repellent sealers, and will last for up to 4-6 years, sometimes longer, before the need to recoat. Armor AR350: Solvent Based Low Gloss Concrete Sealer. Available in clear, color options, and with a non-slip additive Armor AR500: Solvent Based High Gloss Concrete Sealer. Available in clear, color options, and with a non-slip additive. Armor WB15: Water Based Low Gloss Concrete Sealer. Available in clear.Armor WB25: Water Based High Gloss Concrete Sealer. Available in clear. #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #acrylicsealer #easyapplication #concretestrength #garage #gagrgefloor #penetratingsealer #garagesealer #acrylic #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement #contractor #construction #houseflipping #floor #foundationarmor #familyowned #basement #basementsealer

Penetrating Garage Floor Sealers
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Water Repellent Sealers: Water repellent sealers chemically react to form a hydrophobic (water repellent) barrier within the pores. Water repellent sealers help to reduce the absorption of surface water and other liquids, to reduce staining and deterioration, and mold and mildew growth.

The most common type of water repellent sealer is a Silane-Siloxane sealer. Siliconate sealers are fantastic water repellent sealers, but when used on dense concrete, like a garage floor, they will leave behind a semi-permanent white surface residue. Silane-Siloxane water repellents are the best penetrating water repellent sealer for dense concrete because they won't leave a surface residue, and they won't change the look or color of the concrete. 
Armor SX5000: Solvent based Silane-Siloxane water repellent sealer.Armor SX5000 WB: Water based Silane-Siloxane water repellent sealer.
 #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #silanesiloxane #waterrepellent #concretestrength #garage #gagrgefloor #penetratingsealer #garagesealer #siliconate #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement  #contractor #construction #houseflipping #floor #foundationarmor #familyowned

2018-10-30 01:20   19 0

 

Penetrating Garage Floor Sealers For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/penetrating-garage-floor-sealers Water Repellent Sealers: Water repellent sealers chemically react to form a hydrophobic (water repellent) barrier within the pores. Water repellent sealers help to reduce the absorption of surface water and other liquids, to reduce staining and deterioration, and mold and mildew growth. The most common type of water repellent sealer is a Silane-Siloxane sealer. Siliconate sealers are fantastic water repellent sealers, but when used on dense concrete, like a garage floor, they will leave behind a semi-permanent white surface residue. Silane-Siloxane water repellents are the best penetrating water repellent sealer for dense concrete because they won't leave a surface residue, and they won't change the look or color of the concrete. Armor SX5000: Solvent based Silane-Siloxane water repellent sealer.Armor SX5000 WB: Water based Silane-Siloxane water repellent sealer. #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #silanesiloxane #waterrepellent #concretestrength #garage #gagrgefloor #penetratingsealer #garagesealer #siliconate #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement #contractor #construction #houseflipping #floor #foundationarmor #familyowned

Make sure your ready for winter as well!! Seal your concrete NOW to protect it from freeze thaw, salt damage, and the harsh winter months.
To find out which sealer or densifier is the best fit for your concrete needs, please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com or give our specialists a call at (866)306-0246.
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2018-10-28 12:39   26 1

 

Make sure your ready for winter as well!! Seal your concrete NOW to protect it from freeze thaw, salt damage, and the harsh winter months. To find out which sealer or densifier is the best fit for your concrete needs, please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com or give our specialists a call at (866)306-0246. #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #densifier #concretedensifier #winter #freezethaw #saltdamage #icemelt #damagedconcrete #concretedamage #crackedconcrete #deteriorating #foundationarmor #madeinamerica #familyownedandoperated #diy #contractor #construction #homerenovation #homeimprovement #houseflipping #interiordesign #exteriordesign

Penetrating Garage Floor Sealers
For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/penetrating-garage-floor-sealers
Penetrating garage floor sealers are sealers that penetrate into the garage floor and chemically react without changing the look or color of the garage floor. They are designed to protect the concrete without changing the look or color, and reduce issues such as cracking, spalling, pitting, staining, mold and mildew, and efflorescence.
Concrete Densifiers: Concrete densifiers chemically react to form calcium silicate hydrate (CSH) within the pores. CSH looks like tiny white crystals, and they continue to grow within the pores for up to 90 days after application. Concrete densifiers increase the density of the concrete, therefore increasing the strength. Concrete densifiers are used to strengthen weak concrete, reduce dusting and deterioration caused by surface abrasion, reduce efflorescense, and reduce sub-surface water seepage through the concrete.
Armor S2000: Sodium silicate concrete densifier for porous concrete.Armor L3000: Lithium silicate concrete densifier for dense concrete.
 #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #densifier #concretedensifier #concretestrength #garage #gagrgefloor #penetratingsealer #garagesealer #csh #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement  #contractor #construction #houseflipping #floor #foundationarmor #familyowned

2018-10-28 01:18   29 1

 

Penetrating Garage Floor Sealers For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/penetrating-garage-floor-sealers Penetrating garage floor sealers are sealers that penetrate into the garage floor and chemically react without changing the look or color of the garage floor. They are designed to protect the concrete without changing the look or color, and reduce issues such as cracking, spalling, pitting, staining, mold and mildew, and efflorescence. Concrete Densifiers: Concrete densifiers chemically react to form calcium silicate hydrate (CSH) within the pores. CSH looks like tiny white crystals, and they continue to grow within the pores for up to 90 days after application. Concrete densifiers increase the density of the concrete, therefore increasing the strength. Concrete densifiers are used to strengthen weak concrete, reduce dusting and deterioration caused by surface abrasion, reduce efflorescense, and reduce sub-surface water seepage through the concrete. Armor S2000: Sodium silicate concrete densifier for porous concrete.Armor L3000: Lithium silicate concrete densifier for dense concrete. #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #densifier #concretedensifier #concretestrength #garage #gagrgefloor #penetratingsealer #garagesealer #csh #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement #contractor #construction #houseflipping #floor #foundationarmor #familyowned

Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete
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Discoloration Caused by De-Icing Salts

De-icing salts and pellets can cause discoloration. This isn’t always made known by manufacturers, but you can trust that consumers will always include it in reviews. Discoloration isn’t always caused by the pellets. In some cases, it is an issue with the manufacturing process. Oil or grease from the manufacturing equipment can leach into the pellets during the manufacturing or packaging process. Before applying de-icers or pellets to the surface, always apply to a test area.

The cause of the discoloration will determine the best way to fix the issues. First, consider contacting the manufacturer of the pellets. If they are unable to help, consider trying a heated pressure washer, degreaser, or concrete surface cleaner. There is no way to tell how permanent the stains are until a few different cleaning methods have been used. If all cleaning methods fail, a coating may be the only solution to hide the discoloration.

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2018-10-27 21:08   17 0

 

Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete For Complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/discolored-concrete Discoloration Caused by De-Icing Salts De-icing salts and pellets can cause discoloration. This isn’t always made known by manufacturers, but you can trust that consumers will always include it in reviews. Discoloration isn’t always caused by the pellets. In some cases, it is an issue with the manufacturing process. Oil or grease from the manufacturing equipment can leach into the pellets during the manufacturing or packaging process. Before applying de-icers or pellets to the surface, always apply to a test area. The cause of the discoloration will determine the best way to fix the issues. First, consider contacting the manufacturer of the pellets. If they are unable to help, consider trying a heated pressure washer, degreaser, or concrete surface cleaner. There is no way to tell how permanent the stains are until a few different cleaning methods have been used. If all cleaning methods fail, a coating may be the only solution to hide the discoloration. #concrete #concretesealer #icemelt #densifier #degreaser #pressurewasher #concretecleaner #concretestain #sealer #discoloration #winter #darkspots #deicing #diy #renovation #homerenovation #improvement #homeimprovement #construction #contractor #concretework #concreteworker #foundationarmor #madeinamerica #familyowned #knowledge Picture from https://www.google.com/searchq=+de+icer+salts+on+a+walkway&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwjwsOiTtafeAhVDWN8KHUWIBbMQ2-cCegQIABAC&oq=+de+icer+salts+on+a+walkway&gs_l=mobile-gws-wiz-img.3...32834.40122..40525...1.0..0.130.1563.4j11......0....1.........33i299j30i10.wMm3O83OZlU&ei=ccTUW7C0E8Ow_QbFkJaYCw&prmd=sivn&biw=360&bih=228&tbs=qdr%3Aw&hl=en #imgrc=6hQQXz4ySM2NtM

Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete
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Discoloration Caused by Efflorescence

Efflorescence looks like white powder, or white crystals. It continues to appear even after cleaning, and seems like a problem that never goes away. It is caused when water or moisture carries it from deep within the pores to the surface.
Efflorescence is water soluble so it often disappears when rinsed away with water. The efflorescence however really isn’t gone and will re-form again quickly after. The best way to remove efflorescence is with an efflorescence cleaner, such as the Foundation Armor ER100. While this method requires a bit of elbow grease, it will remove efflorescence on the surface and from within the surface pores.
Once the efflorescence has been removed, it is important to seal the concrete to reduce the movement of water and moisture. Densifiers and water repellents are the two most popular types of sealers that are used. Densifiers, such as the Armor S2000 and Armor L3000, reduce the movement of water through the pores and increase the strength of the surface by up to 45%. Water repellents, like the Armor SX5000, reduce the movement of moisture and stop up to 95% of water absorption on the surface. When used as part of a system (densifier first followed by water repellent 7-10 days later), efflorescence can be significantly reduced.
While sealers prove to be very effective, they can’t always stop efflorescence. In some cases, the amount of efflorescence present, or the amount of water and moisture present, is extreme. If this is the case, a coating or overlay can be attempted, but only after a concrete professional has had a chance to examine the concrete.
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2018-10-26 03:53   28 2

 

Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete For Complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/discolored-concrete Discoloration Caused by Efflorescence Efflorescence looks like white powder, or white crystals. It continues to appear even after cleaning, and seems like a problem that never goes away. It is caused when water or moisture carries it from deep within the pores to the surface. Efflorescence is water soluble so it often disappears when rinsed away with water. The efflorescence however really isn’t gone and will re-form again quickly after. The best way to remove efflorescence is with an efflorescence cleaner, such as the Foundation Armor ER100. While this method requires a bit of elbow grease, it will remove efflorescence on the surface and from within the surface pores. Once the efflorescence has been removed, it is important to seal the concrete to reduce the movement of water and moisture. Densifiers and water repellents are the two most popular types of sealers that are used. Densifiers, such as the Armor S2000 and Armor L3000, reduce the movement of water through the pores and increase the strength of the surface by up to 45%. Water repellents, like the Armor SX5000, reduce the movement of moisture and stop up to 95% of water absorption on the surface. When used as part of a system (densifier first followed by water repellent 7-10 days later), efflorescence can be significantly reduced. While sealers prove to be very effective, they can’t always stop efflorescence. In some cases, the amount of efflorescence present, or the amount of water and moisture present, is extreme. If this is the case, a coating or overlay can be attempted, but only after a concrete professional has had a chance to examine the concrete. #concrete #concretesealer #efflorescence #densifier #concretestain #sealer #discoloration #reducewatermovement #darkspots #waterrepellant #diy #renovation #homerenovation #improvement #homeimprovement #construction #contractor #concretework #concreteworker #foundationarmor #madeinamerica #familyowned #knowledge

Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete
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Discoloration Caused by Water

If your concrete is fully cured and you haven’t had any previous issues with discoloration, you may be experiencing discoloration caused by water, poor drainage, or irrigation systems. If water has a high iron or mineral content, or if the water is carrying leaves or dirt, it can leave behind iron or rust colored stains, or dark spots on the concrete.
The most common way to remove discoloration caused by water is to use a heated pressure washer, or acid rinse. Once the stains have been removed, it is important to seal the concrete to reduce future staining. Water repellent sealers, such as the Armor SX5000 or Armor SC25, can be used to reduce the absorption of the water on the surface, or a coating can be used, such as the Armor AR350 or Armor AR500, to provide a protective film over the entire surface.
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2018-10-25 00:13   25 1

 

Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete For Complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/discolored-concrete Discoloration Caused by Water If your concrete is fully cured and you haven’t had any previous issues with discoloration, you may be experiencing discoloration caused by water, poor drainage, or irrigation systems. If water has a high iron or mineral content, or if the water is carrying leaves or dirt, it can leave behind iron or rust colored stains, or dark spots on the concrete. The most common way to remove discoloration caused by water is to use a heated pressure washer, or acid rinse. Once the stains have been removed, it is important to seal the concrete to reduce future staining. Water repellent sealers, such as the Armor SX5000 or Armor SC25, can be used to reduce the absorption of the water on the surface, or a coating can be used, such as the Armor AR350 or Armor AR500, to provide a protective film over the entire surface. #concrete #concretesealer #pressurewashing #acidrinse #concretestain #sealer #discoloration #spotty #darkspots #stripes #diy #renovation #homerenovation #improvement #homeimprovement #construction #contractor #concretework #concreteworker #foundationarmor #madeinamerica #familyowned #knowledge

Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete
For Complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/discolored-concrete

Discoloration Caused by Water
If your concrete is fully cured and you haven’t had any previous issues with discoloration, you may be experiencing discoloration caused by water, poor drainage, or irrigation systems. If water has a high iron or mineral content, or if the water is carrying leaves or dirt, it can leave behind iron or rust colored stains, or dark spots on the concrete.
The most common way to remove discoloration caused by water is to use a heated pressure washer, or acid rinse. Once the stains have been removed, it is important to seal the concrete to reduce future staining. Water repellent sealers, such as the Armor SX5000 or Armor SC25, can be used to reduce the absorption of the water on the surface, or a coating can be used, such as the Armor AR350 or Armor AR500, to provide a protective film over the entire surface.
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2018-10-24 01:14   22 2

 

Concrete Discoloration – Dark Spots, Stripes, and Blotchy Concrete For Complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/discolored-concrete Discoloration Caused by Water If your concrete is fully cured and you haven’t had any previous issues with discoloration, you may be experiencing discoloration caused by water, poor drainage, or irrigation systems. If water has a high iron or mineral content, or if the water is carrying leaves or dirt, it can leave behind iron or rust colored stains, or dark spots on the concrete. The most common way to remove discoloration caused by water is to use a heated pressure washer, or acid rinse. Once the stains have been removed, it is important to seal the concrete to reduce future staining. Water repellent sealers, such as the Armor SX5000 or Armor SC25, can be used to reduce the absorption of the water on the surface, or a coating can be used, such as the Armor AR350 or Armor AR500, to provide a protective film over the entire surface. #concrete #concretesealer #concretestain #sealer #discoloration #spotty #darkspots #stripes #diy #renovation #homerenovation #improvement #homeimprovement #construction #contractor #concretework #concreteworker #foundationarmor #madeinamerica #familyowned #knowledge

10 Reasons You Should Seal Your Concrete Driveway
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Concrete driveways, brick driveways, and paver driveways should be sealed, and if they haven't been sealed already, now is the perfect time to do it! 
There are many reasons why you should consider sealing your driveway, but the 10 top reasons are as follows:
Reduce deterioration and dusting caused by surface abrasion.
Reduce cracking, spalling, and pitting caused by water absorption.
Reduce staining caused by irrigation systems, the absorption of water, and organic matter.
Reduce staining caused by oil, gas, and other vehicle spills.
Reduce discoloration caused by exposure to the elements.
Reduce efflorescence caused by the movement of salt to the surface.
Reduce mold, moldew, and algea growth on the surface. 
Reduce fading and discoloration caused by UV rays.
Reduce fading and discoloration caused by surface abrasion.
Extend the surface life of the surface.
You work hard for your house, and hard on your off time to maintain your property. Your driveway is a main focul point and even though it gets the most traffic, it is ofter overlooked. Stamped concrete, poured concrete, brick, and paver driveways are as vulnurable as they are durable. Something as simple as water absorption can take years of life off of your driveway.
Armor SX5000, are designed to protect the driveway without changing the look or color. A second type of penetrating sealer is a densifier like the Armor S2000. 
Coatings, like the Armor AR350 wet look sealer and the Armor AR500 high gloss sealer, are designed to protect and enhance the surface of the driveway. 
Ready to buy? Visit FoundationArmor.com to purchase your driveway sealers today! Not sure which is best for you? Call us at 866-306-0246.
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2018-10-22 22:09   22 1

 

10 Reasons You Should Seal Your Concrete Driveway For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/10-reasons-to-seal-concrete-driveway. Concrete driveways, brick driveways, and paver driveways should be sealed, and if they haven't been sealed already, now is the perfect time to do it!  There are many reasons why you should consider sealing your driveway, but the 10 top reasons are as follows: Reduce deterioration and dusting caused by surface abrasion. Reduce cracking, spalling, and pitting caused by water absorption. Reduce staining caused by irrigation systems, the absorption of water, and organic matter. Reduce staining caused by oil, gas, and other vehicle spills. Reduce discoloration caused by exposure to the elements. Reduce efflorescence caused by the movement of salt to the surface. Reduce mold, moldew, and algea growth on the surface. Reduce fading and discoloration caused by UV rays. Reduce fading and discoloration caused by surface abrasion. Extend the surface life of the surface. You work hard for your house, and hard on your off time to maintain your property. Your driveway is a main focul point and even though it gets the most traffic, it is ofter overlooked. Stamped concrete, poured concrete, brick, and paver driveways are as vulnurable as they are durable. Something as simple as water absorption can take years of life off of your driveway. Armor SX5000, are designed to protect the driveway without changing the look or color. A second type of penetrating sealer is a densifier like the Armor S2000.  Coatings, like the Armor AR350 wet look sealer and the Armor AR500 high gloss sealer, are designed to protect and enhance the surface of the driveway.  Ready to buy Visit FoundationArmor.com to purchase your driveway sealers today! Not sure which is best for you Call us at 866-306-0246. #sealer #concretesealer #concrete #densifier #drivewaysealer #driveway #brick #paver #concretedriveway #knowledge #diy #homerenovation #renovation #improvement #houseflipping #foundationarmor #sealingadriveway #protect #Freezethaw #spalling #cracking #deterioration #hightraffic #construction #contractor

Best Wet Look Paver Sealers
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Best Wet Look Paver Sealers

When it comes to choosing a wet look paver sealer, there are a few things to consider:

Are your pavers currently sealed?Do you want a low gloss or high gloss finish?

If your pavers are currently sealed, you want to make sure the sealer you are recoating with is compatable with the sealer currently down. For example:

If you used a silane siloxane water repellent and want a wet look finish, you want to consider applying a solvent based acrylic. Silane Siloxane sealers are water repellents and will repel both water based sealers and coatings. Solvent based sealers will have an easier time penetrating the surface. It is always suggested to first apply the wet look sealer to a test area to verify compatability.If you used a water based acrylic then you want to recoat with a water based acrylic. The problem however with water based acrylics is that they don't contain resins that darken the surface. While water based acrylics will help to achieve a low to high gloss finish, they will not give the pavers the appearance of being wet.If you used a solvent based acrylic then you want to recoat with a solvent based acrylic. After 1-2 coats are applied, a consistant wet look finish should be achieved.

If your pavers are not sealed, then you want to seal them with a solvent based acrylic to achieve a wet look finish. There are two sealers that can be used:

Armor AR350: Wet look sealer with a low gloss finish.Armor AR500: Wet look sealer with a high gloss finish.

The above sealers are designed to darken the surface of the pavers, making them look wet, and enhance them with a low to high gloss finish.

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2018-10-21 19:33   21 2

 

Best Wet Look Paver Sealers For Complete information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-wet-look-paver-sealers or call (866)306-0246. Best Wet Look Paver Sealers When it comes to choosing a wet look paver sealer, there are a few things to consider: Are your pavers currently sealedDo you want a low gloss or high gloss finish If your pavers are currently sealed, you want to make sure the sealer you are recoating with is compatable with the sealer currently down. For example: If you used a silane siloxane water repellent and want a wet look finish, you want to consider applying a solvent based acrylic. Silane Siloxane sealers are water repellents and will repel both water based sealers and coatings. Solvent based sealers will have an easier time penetrating the surface. It is always suggested to first apply the wet look sealer to a test area to verify compatability.If you used a water based acrylic then you want to recoat with a water based acrylic. The problem however with water based acrylics is that they don't contain resins that darken the surface. While water based acrylics will help to achieve a low to high gloss finish, they will not give the pavers the appearance of being wet.If you used a solvent based acrylic then you want to recoat with a solvent based acrylic. After 1-2 coats are applied, a consistant wet look finish should be achieved. If your pavers are not sealed, then you want to seal them with a solvent based acrylic to achieve a wet look finish. There are two sealers that can be used: Armor AR350: Wet look sealer with a low gloss finish.Armor AR500: Wet look sealer with a high gloss finish. The above sealers are designed to darken the surface of the pavers, making them look wet, and enhance them with a low to high gloss finish. #wetlook #sealer #wetlooksealer #thebest #concrete #concretesealer #patiosealer #patio #masonry #diy #construction #contractor #renovation #homerenovation #homeimprovement #houseflipping #upgrade #knowledge #foundationarmor #americanmade #familyowned #paver #paversealer

Best Masonry Sealers
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Best Sealers for Masonry

Interior Poured Concrete: Armor SX5000, Armor AR350, Armor AR500, Armor UTN60, Armor Epoxy 
Exterior Poured Concrete: Armor SX5000, Armor SC25, Armor AR350, Armor AR500
Stamped Concrete: Armor AR350, Armor AR500
Concrete Pavers: Armor SX5000, Armor AR350, Armor AR500Red Concrete Brick: Armor SX5000, Armor AR350, Armor AR500Red
 Clay Brick: Armor SX5000
Stone: Armor SX5000
Exposed Aggregate Concrete: Armor SX5000, Armor AR350, Armor AR500
Granite: Armor SX5000
Flagstone: Armor SX5000
Slate: Armor SX5000

Ready to buy? Visit FoundationArmor.com to buy the best masonry sealers today! Still not sure what to use? Contact us at 866-306-0246.
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2018-10-20 19:51   21 0

 

Best Masonry Sealers For complete information on the best masonry Sealers please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-masonry-sealer Best Sealers for Masonry Interior Poured Concrete: Armor SX5000, Armor AR350, Armor AR500, Armor UTN60, Armor Epoxy Exterior Poured Concrete: Armor SX5000, Armor SC25, Armor AR350, Armor AR500 Stamped Concrete: Armor AR350, Armor AR500 Concrete Pavers: Armor SX5000, Armor AR350, Armor AR500Red Concrete Brick: Armor SX5000, Armor AR350, Armor AR500Red Clay Brick: Armor SX5000 Stone: Armor SX5000 Exposed Aggregate Concrete: Armor SX5000, Armor AR350, Armor AR500 Granite: Armor SX5000 Flagstone: Armor SX5000 Slate: Armor SX5000 Ready to buy Visit FoundationArmor.com to buy the best masonry sealers today! Still not sure what to use Contact us at 866-306-0246. #masonry #masonrysealer #foundationarmor #diy #homeimprovement #homerenovation #remodeling #professional #sealer #bricksealer #flagstone #granite #concretesealer #concrete #slate #exteriorsealer #interiorsealer #madeinamerica #houseflipping #renovation #exposedaggregate

How Long Do Concrete Sealers Last
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How long do concrete sealers last?
Well, there isn't just one blanket answer to that question. The actual life of a concrete sealer depends on the concrete sealer type, and and when the concrete sealer was applied, and what the concrete sealer was applied to.
Silicate Concrete Sealers: Silicate sealers last forever, and once applied, can only be removed if the concrete itself is removed. Silicate based sealers penetrate into the surface of the concrete where they chemically react to form a hardened crystal-like barrier within the pores. Once full reacted, there is no sealer left - all that is left is the crystalline barrier left behind from the chemical reaction. Silicate sealers do not change the look or color of the surface, and they don't leave behind a visible surface film. They work entirely within the pores to reduce the size of the pores and increase the strength and density of the concrete surface.
Siliconate Concrete Sealers: Siliconate water repellents last 5-10 years.
Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealers: Silane-Siloxane water repellents last 7-10 years.
Acrylic Concrete Sealers: Acrlyic sealers last 1-5 years on exterior applications and 3-7 years on interior applications.
Urethane Concrete Coatings: Urethane coatings last 10+ years on interior applications.
Epoxy Concrete Coatings: Epoxy coatings last 7-10 years of interior applications.
There are many factors that contrinute to the actual life of a concrete sealer. For more information on how long sealers last, view How Long Concrete Sealers Last at https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/life-of-a-concrete-sealer
We offer a long line of sealers to help meet your needs.
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2018-10-20 00:16   23 0

 

How Long Do Concrete Sealers Last For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/life-of-a-concrete-sealer How long do concrete sealers last Well, there isn't just one blanket answer to that question. The actual life of a concrete sealer depends on the concrete sealer type, and and when the concrete sealer was applied, and what the concrete sealer was applied to. Silicate Concrete Sealers: Silicate sealers last forever, and once applied, can only be removed if the concrete itself is removed. Silicate based sealers penetrate into the surface of the concrete where they chemically react to form a hardened crystal-like barrier within the pores. Once full reacted, there is no sealer left - all that is left is the crystalline barrier left behind from the chemical reaction. Silicate sealers do not change the look or color of the surface, and they don't leave behind a visible surface film. They work entirely within the pores to reduce the size of the pores and increase the strength and density of the concrete surface. Siliconate Concrete Sealers: Siliconate water repellents last 5-10 years. Silane Siloxane Concrete Sealers: Silane-Siloxane water repellents last 7-10 years. Acrylic Concrete Sealers: Acrlyic sealers last 1-5 years on exterior applications and 3-7 years on interior applications. Urethane Concrete Coatings: Urethane coatings last 10+ years on interior applications. Epoxy Concrete Coatings: Epoxy coatings last 7-10 years of interior applications. There are many factors that contrinute to the actual life of a concrete sealer. For more information on how long sealers last, view How Long Concrete Sealers Last at https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/life-of-a-concrete-sealer We offer a long line of sealers to help meet your needs. #foundationarmor #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #howlong #construction #contractor #driveway #basement #basementsealer #drivewaysealer #diy #epoxy #urethane #acrylic #siliconate #homeimprovement #silicate #renovation #homerenovation #longlasting #shortterm

Best Wet Look Sealers
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The two best products for a wet look are the Armor AR350 and the Armor AR500. Both types of acrylic sealers are made from high quality U.S. resins and are designed to enhance and protect the surface of the concrete. 
Armor AR350 Wet Look Sealer with Low Gloss Finish (featured in photo)
Armor AR500 Wet Look Sealer with High Gloss Finish

If you want a high gloss but don't want the surface of the concrete to darken, then you want a water based acrylic sealer. Water based acrylic sealers are designed to enhance the surface without darkening it.
Armor WB15 Wet Look Sealer with Low Gloss Finish
Armor WB25 Wet Look Sealer with High Gloss Finish
Silicate concrete sealers, Siliconate concrete sealers, and Silane-Siloxane concrete sealers will not provide a wet look finish because they are designed to work below the surface of the concrete without changing the look or color. The best way to achive a wet look finish is with an acrylic concrete sealer.

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2018-10-19 03:44   28 4

 

Best Wet Look Sealers For complete information please go to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-wet-look-sealers or call (866)306-0246 The two best products for a wet look are the Armor AR350 and the Armor AR500. Both types of acrylic sealers are made from high quality U.S. resins and are designed to enhance and protect the surface of the concrete.  Armor AR350 Wet Look Sealer with Low Gloss Finish (featured in photo) Armor AR500 Wet Look Sealer with High Gloss Finish If you want a high gloss but don't want the surface of the concrete to darken, then you want a water based acrylic sealer. Water based acrylic sealers are designed to enhance the surface without darkening it. Armor WB15 Wet Look Sealer with Low Gloss Finish Armor WB25 Wet Look Sealer with High Gloss Finish Silicate concrete sealers, Siliconate concrete sealers, and Silane-Siloxane concrete sealers will not provide a wet look finish because they are designed to work below the surface of the concrete without changing the look or color. The best way to achive a wet look finish is with an acrylic concrete sealer. #sealer #stampedconcrete #concretesealer #concrete #garagesealer #patiosealer #highgloss #freezethaw #madeinamerica #construction #renovation #homeimprovement #diy #homerenovation #higloss #housegoals #paversealer #bricksealer #walkwaysealer #stairsealer #exposedaggregatewalkway #garagefloorsealer #saltdamage #foundationarmor #drivewaysealer #stampedconcretepooldecks #pooldecksealer #houseflipping #familyowned

Best Concrete Sealers for Reducing Concrete Dusting
For complete Information please head over to
https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-sealers-for-reducing-
concrete-dusting or call (866) 306-0246
Concrete dusting is caused by weak concrete, surface abrasion, or a combination of the two. In most cases, concrete dusting can be reduced with the use of a densifier, but in more severe cases a coating may be required. 
The two most common types of densifier sealers are sodium silicate concrete sealers and lithium silicate concrete sealers. Both types of silicate sealers spark the same chemical reaction and form the same CSH structure. There are a few minor differences between them:
Armor S2000: The Armor S2000 is a concentrated sodium silicate concrete sealer. It has a slighly larger molecule size than a lithium silicate and is commonly used to seal old or porous concrete surfaces. 
Armor L3000: The Armor L3000 is a concentrated lithium silicate concrete sealer. It has a slighly smaller molecule size than a sodium silicate and is commonly used to seal dense concrete surface. Lithium silicates will also react faster which is why they are commonly used as part of the concrete polishing process. 
In severe cases where heavy dusting is present, or if you want to stop all dusting and not just reduce it, then you want to consider applying a coating. A concrete coating will provide a protective film over the surface. The three main types of concrete coatings are:
Acrylic Sealers: Acyrlic sealers are very easy to apply and require little to no surface prep.
Epoxy Coatings: Epoxy coatings require acid etching or grinding. They will help to stop concrete dusting and reduce movement through the concrete. 
Urethane Coatings: Urethane coatings require grinding. They will stop concrete dusting, reduce the movement of moisture through the concrete, and reduce staining caused by oil, gas, or chemicals. 
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2018-10-18 02:30   20 0

 

Best Concrete Sealers for Reducing Concrete Dusting For complete Information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-sealers-for-reducing- concrete-dusting or call (866) 306-0246 Concrete dusting is caused by weak concrete, surface abrasion, or a combination of the two. In most cases, concrete dusting can be reduced with the use of a densifier, but in more severe cases a coating may be required.  The two most common types of densifier sealers are sodium silicate concrete sealers and lithium silicate concrete sealers. Both types of silicate sealers spark the same chemical reaction and form the same CSH structure. There are a few minor differences between them: Armor S2000: The Armor S2000 is a concentrated sodium silicate concrete sealer. It has a slighly larger molecule size than a lithium silicate and is commonly used to seal old or porous concrete surfaces.  Armor L3000: The Armor L3000 is a concentrated lithium silicate concrete sealer. It has a slighly smaller molecule size than a sodium silicate and is commonly used to seal dense concrete surface. Lithium silicates will also react faster which is why they are commonly used as part of the concrete polishing process. In severe cases where heavy dusting is present, or if you want to stop all dusting and not just reduce it, then you want to consider applying a coating. A concrete coating will provide a protective film over the surface. The three main types of concrete coatings are: Acrylic Sealers: Acyrlic sealers are very easy to apply and require little to no surface prep. Epoxy Coatings: Epoxy coatings require acid etching or grinding. They will help to stop concrete dusting and reduce movement through the concrete.  Urethane Coatings: Urethane coatings require grinding. They will stop concrete dusting, reduce the movement of moisture through the concrete, and reduce staining caused by oil, gas, or chemicals.  #foundationarmor #concrete #sealer #coating #densifier #concretesealer #concretedensifier #concretecoating #dusting #concretedust #construction #renovation #garagesealer #industrial #basementsealer #contractor #diy #renovation #houseproject #homerenovation #homeimprovement

Best Brick Chimney Sealers
For complete information please follow the link : https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-brick-chimney-sealers
The best type of concrete sealer to use on brick chimneys is a Silane-Siloxane water repellent sealer. Silane-Siloxane water repellent sealers will  help to reduce staining and deterioration caused by water absorption. They will also help to reduce the formation of mold, mildew, efflorescence. Silane-Siloxane water repellents can be used to seal the entire brick chimney, grout included.
Armor SX5000: Solvent based Silane-Siloxane sealer.
 Armor SX5000 WB: Water based Silane-Siloxane sealer. 
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2018-10-15 23:58   20 3

 

Best Brick Chimney Sealers For complete information please follow the link : https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-brick-chimney-sealers The best type of concrete sealer to use on brick chimneys is a Silane-Siloxane water repellent sealer. Silane-Siloxane water repellent sealers will  help to reduce staining and deterioration caused by water absorption. They will also help to reduce the formation of mold, mildew, efflorescence. Silane-Siloxane water repellents can be used to seal the entire brick chimney, grout included. Armor SX5000: Solvent based Silane-Siloxane sealer.  Armor SX5000 WB: Water based Silane-Siloxane sealer.  #brick #bricksealer #chimney #brickchimney #sealer #fireplace #brickfireplace #brickchimneysealer #chimneysealer #foundationarmor #diy #protect #renovation #homeimprovement #construction #contractor #homerenovation #concretesealer #concrete #masonry #quality #qualitysealer #familyowned #madeinamerica #silanesiloxane

What is the Best Way to Clean Concrete?
The best way to clean concrete is with a pressure washer. If the concrete is in fairly good condition and shows no signs of stains, a regular pressure washer is great. If the concrete has years of stains, gum, or mold, then a heated pressure washer is a better alternative. Pressure washing can help to remove:
Dirt and environment stainsMoss, mold, mildew, and algaeGum stainsSome surface oil and gas stainsLeaf stainsIron stains from irrigation
Oil, gas, and rust stains can sometimes be removed with a pressure washer, but in severe cases, a cleaner will need to be required. Degreasers are very common, and in some cases, acid based cleaners as well. If an acid based cleaner is used, it is important to also neutralize the concrete before sealing. If a cleaner was used, it is important to make sure that any residue left behind by the cleaner is also removed. There are several concrete cleaners on the market, most concentrated cleaners offer similiar benefits.
Once the concrete has been cleaned, you want to seal the concrete in order to prevent damage, deterioration, and future staining. The most common concrete sealers are:
Armor SX5000: Solvent based Silane-Siloxane sealer.Armor SX5000 WB: Water based Silane-Siloxane sealer.Armor SC25: Water based siliconate water repellent sealer.Acrylic sealers: Wet look, low gloss, or high gloss finish.
For complete information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/what-is-the-best-way-to-clean-concrete
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2018-10-14 23:31   24 2

 

What is the Best Way to Clean Concrete The best way to clean concrete is with a pressure washer. If the concrete is in fairly good condition and shows no signs of stains, a regular pressure washer is great. If the concrete has years of stains, gum, or mold, then a heated pressure washer is a better alternative. Pressure washing can help to remove: Dirt and environment stainsMoss, mold, mildew, and algaeGum stainsSome surface oil and gas stainsLeaf stainsIron stains from irrigation Oil, gas, and rust stains can sometimes be removed with a pressure washer, but in severe cases, a cleaner will need to be required. Degreasers are very common, and in some cases, acid based cleaners as well. If an acid based cleaner is used, it is important to also neutralize the concrete before sealing. If a cleaner was used, it is important to make sure that any residue left behind by the cleaner is also removed. There are several concrete cleaners on the market, most concentrated cleaners offer similiar benefits. Once the concrete has been cleaned, you want to seal the concrete in order to prevent damage, deterioration, and future staining. The most common concrete sealers are: Armor SX5000: Solvent based Silane-Siloxane sealer.Armor SX5000 WB: Water based Silane-Siloxane sealer.Armor SC25: Water based siliconate water repellent sealer.Acrylic sealers: Wet look, low gloss, or high gloss finish. For complete information please head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/what-is-the-best-way-to-clean-concrete #foundationarmor #pressurewahser #cleaner #concretecleaner #concrete #concretesealer #sealer #stains #concretestain #renovation #construction #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement #contractor #oil #gas #trust #degreaser #familyowned #madeinamerica #highglosssealer #wetlooksealer #natural #Freezethaw #lowglosssealer #saltdamage

Best Temperature to Apply a Concrete Sealer

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The best temperature to apply a concrete sealer is 45-85 degrees Fahrenheit. The air temperature is not the only factor to consider when applying a concrete sealer. Other factors include the temperature of the concrete and the time of the day. 
For all the information necessary for applying concrete sealer please head over to the link above. 👆👆
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2018-10-14 03:37   29 0

 

Best Temperature to Apply a Concrete Sealer https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-temperature-to-apply-a-concrete-sealer The best temperature to apply a concrete sealer is 45-85 degrees Fahrenheit. The air temperature is not the only factor to consider when applying a concrete sealer. Other factors include the temperature of the concrete and the time of the day. For all the information necessary for applying concrete sealer please head over to the link above. 👆👆 #foundationarmor #foundation #foundationsealer #concrete #concretesealer #garage #garagesealer #diy #homerenovation #homeimprovement #renovation #home #business #upgrade #paversealer #bricksealer #naturalstone #time #timeofday #degree #temperature #findoutmore #knowledge #familyowned #madeinamerica

Stamped Concrete Patio Sealer for DIY Projects

Stamped Concrete Patio Sealer
There are a few types of sealers that can be used to seal a stamped concrete patio. The first is a wet look concrete sealer, the second is a high gloss concrete sealer, and the third is a water repellent infused high gloss sealer.
Before sealing your stamped concrete patio, it is important to consider the following:
Is the stamped concrete currently sealed? If it is, it is important to know what it is sealed with. If a solvent based product was used you want to reapply with a solvent based product; if a water based product was used you want to reapply with a water based product.
Is the concrete new (less than 30 days old)? If it is new you want a cure and seal; if not, you can use any product of your choosing.
A couple options are Armor AR500 high gloss sealer and Armor AR350 wet look sealer. For nor options head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/stamped-concrete-patio-sealer or call (866)306-0246.
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2018-10-12 20:47   16 0

 

Stamped Concrete Patio Sealer for DIY Projects Stamped Concrete Patio Sealer There are a few types of sealers that can be used to seal a stamped concrete patio. The first is a wet look concrete sealer, the second is a high gloss concrete sealer, and the third is a water repellent infused high gloss sealer. Before sealing your stamped concrete patio, it is important to consider the following: Is the stamped concrete currently sealed If it is, it is important to know what it is sealed with. If a solvent based product was used you want to reapply with a solvent based product; if a water based product was used you want to reapply with a water based product. Is the concrete new (less than 30 days old) If it is new you want a cure and seal; if not, you can use any product of your choosing. A couple options are Armor AR500 high gloss sealer and Armor AR350 wet look sealer. For nor options head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/stamped-concrete-patio-sealer or call (866)306-0246. #concretesealer #sealer #patio #stampedconcrete #patiosealer #stampedconcretepatios #concrete #diy #remodeling #homerenovation #renovation #homeimprovement #americanmade #highglosssealer #pooldecksealer #wetlooksealer #cookout #pooldeck #foundationarmor #knowledge

Garage Floor Coatings – Add Color to Your Garage Floor

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Garage Floor Coatings From Foundation Armor

The three most popular garage floor coating options from Foundation Armor are:
Armor AR350, Armor AR500, & Armor AX25. 
Whether you would like clear, color, low gloss, or high gloss we have it all. 
Call (866)306-0246 or head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com to find out what works best for your garage needs!
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2018-10-12 01:03   24 2

 

Garage Floor Coatings – Add Color to Your Garage Floor https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/garage-floor-coatings-add-color-to-your-garage Garage Floor Coatings From Foundation Armor The three most popular garage floor coating options from Foundation Armor are: Armor AR350, Armor AR500, & Armor AX25. Whether you would like clear, color, low gloss, or high gloss we have it all. Call (866)306-0246 or head over to https://www.foundationarmor.com to find out what works best for your garage needs! #garage #sealer #garagesealer #concretesealer #concrete #protect #foundationarmor #diy #remodeling #construction #floor #concretefloor #lowglosssealer #highglosssealer #coloradditive #homeimprovement #renovation #homerenovation #business #renovationbusiness #goals #businessgoals #knowledge

16 OZ Sample Armor L3000 Concrete Densifier and Surface Hardener

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The Armor L3000 comes in concentrate and must be diluted with up to 3 gallons of water. It penetrates deep into the surface of the concrete where it chemically reacts to form a permanent Calcium Silicate Hydrate (CSH) structure within the pores. Concrete sealed with the Armor L3000 will experience an increase in surface strength and density up to 45%. While the Armor L3000 is a breathable sealer, the movement of water, moisture, and efflorescence through the pores of the concrete will be reduced.

The Armor L3000 can be applied to interior or exterior concrete surfaces.

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2018-10-07 14:01   15 2

 

16 OZ Sample Armor L3000 Concrete Densifier and Surface Hardener https://www.foundationarmor.com/l3000-lithium-silicate-sample The Armor L3000 comes in concentrate and must be diluted with up to 3 gallons of water. It penetrates deep into the surface of the concrete where it chemically reacts to form a permanent Calcium Silicate Hydrate (CSH) structure within the pores. Concrete sealed with the Armor L3000 will experience an increase in surface strength and density up to 45%. While the Armor L3000 is a breathable sealer, the movement of water, moisture, and efflorescence through the pores of the concrete will be reduced. The Armor L3000 can be applied to interior or exterior concrete surfaces. #allgaragefloors #armorl3000 #concretedensifier #concretesealer #garagefloorsealer #usa #foundationarmor #americanmade #diy #homeimprovement #densifier #concrete #sealer #renovation #investment #garage #garagesealer #knowledge #reliable #business #classy #businessgoals #functional #homerenovation #hardener #concretehardener

FOUNDATION ARMOR
https://www.foundationarmor.com/concrete-densifier
The Armor L3000 comes in concentrate and must be diluted with up to 3 gallons of water. It penetrates deep into the surface of the concrete where it chemically reacts to form a permanent Calcium Silicate Hydrate (CSH) structure within the pores. Concrete sealed with the Armor L3000 will experience an increase in surface strength and density up to 45%. While the Armor L3000 is a breathable sealer, the movement of water, moisture, and efflorescence through the pores of the concrete will be reduced.

The Armor L3000 can be applied to interior or exterior concrete surfaces.

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2018-10-07 02:02   33 0

 

FOUNDATION ARMOR https://www.foundationarmor.com/concrete-densifier The Armor L3000 comes in concentrate and must be diluted with up to 3 gallons of water. It penetrates deep into the surface of the concrete where it chemically reacts to form a permanent Calcium Silicate Hydrate (CSH) structure within the pores. Concrete sealed with the Armor L3000 will experience an increase in surface strength and density up to 45%. While the Armor L3000 is a breathable sealer, the movement of water, moisture, and efflorescence through the pores of the concrete will be reduced. The Armor L3000 can be applied to interior or exterior concrete surfaces. #allgaragefloors #armorl3000 #concretedensifier #concretesealer #garagefloorsealer #usa #foundationarmor #americanmade #diy #homeimprovement #densifier #concrete #sealer #renovation #investment #garage #garagesealer #knowledge #reliable #business #classy #businessgoals #functional #homerenovation

FOUNDATION ARMOR Armor LV25 High Gloss Solvent Based Acrylic Concrete Cure and Seal
https://www.foundationarmor.com/solvent-cure-and-seal

The Armor LV25 is a solvent based acrylic cure and seal that meets or exceeds ASTM 1315 and ASTM C 309 standards. When properly applied, the Armor LV25 will help concrete to properly cure by reducing premature moisture loss. It will also help to reduce deterioration caused by surface abrasion, foot traffic, and spills.

While the Armor LV25 is approved as a cure and seal, it can also be applied to existing concrete and paver surfaces to achieve a long lasting, UV resistant, breathable high gloss finish.
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2018-10-06 01:40   18 0

 

FOUNDATION ARMOR Armor LV25 High Gloss Solvent Based Acrylic Concrete Cure and Seal https://www.foundationarmor.com/solvent-cure-and-seal The Armor LV25 is a solvent based acrylic cure and seal that meets or exceeds ASTM 1315 and ASTM C 309 standards. When properly applied, the Armor LV25 will help concrete to properly cure by reducing premature moisture loss. It will also help to reduce deterioration caused by surface abrasion, foot traffic, and spills. While the Armor LV25 is approved as a cure and seal, it can also be applied to existing concrete and paver surfaces to achieve a long lasting, UV resistant, breathable high gloss finish. #foundationarmor #renovation #diy #homerenovation #sealer #concretesealer #concrete #paver #paversealer #highgloss #uvresistant #spill #foottraffic #determination #knowledge #madeinusa #cureandseal #solventbased #familyowned #highclass #glossy

The Armor SC25 is a fast-acting water repellent sealer for light or white concrete surfaces. Derived from a catalyzed Siliconate solution, the Armor SC25 penetrates deep into the concrete surface where it chemically reacts to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. Water and other liquids will bead off the sealed surface, reducing deterioration caused by water absorption such as cracking, spalling, freeze-thaw and salt damage, staining, mold and mildew, and efflorescence. The Armor SC25 is a very cost-effective solution for sealing concrete as it requires only one coat and can last for up to 7-10 years
https://www.foundationarmor.com/5-gal-sc25-siliconate-water-sealer
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 #easyapplication 
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2018-10-05 03:05   19 2

 

The Armor SC25 is a fast-acting water repellent sealer for light or white concrete surfaces. Derived from a catalyzed Siliconate solution, the Armor SC25 penetrates deep into the concrete surface where it chemically reacts to form a hydrophobic barrier within the pores. Water and other liquids will bead off the sealed surface, reducing deterioration caused by water absorption such as cracking, spalling, freeze-thaw and salt damage, staining, mold and mildew, and efflorescence. The Armor SC25 is a very cost-effective solution for sealing concrete as it requires only one coat and can last for up to 7-10 years https://www.foundationarmor.com/5-gal-sc25-siliconate-water-sealer #freezethaw #saltdamage #foundationarmor #mold #mildew #penetratingconcretesealer #sealer #renovation #concrete #repellent #concretesealer #waterrepellent #homerenovation #bestconcretesealer #onecoat #protect #concretestairs #easyapplication #walkwaysealer #garagesealer #warehousefloors #patiosealer #businessgoals #basementsealer #homeimprovement #diy #businessgoals

Armor AG Brown Seal 25 Brown Tinted Exposed Aggregate Concrete Sealer
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The Armor AG Brown Seal is a solvent-based, brown-tinted high gloss acrylic sealer that is designed to seal, enhance, and protect exposed aggregate. It is manufactured in the U.S., and made from high quality resins and solvents. The Armor AG Brown Seal will enhance dull or faded surfaces, and provide a long-lasting, non-yellowing high gloss finish that won’t peel. Non-slip additives available.
The Armor AG Brown Seal is great for use on aggregate driveways, patios, walkways, and pool decks.
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2018-10-04 01:29   15 1

 

Armor AG Brown Seal 25 Brown Tinted Exposed Aggregate Concrete Sealer https://www.foundationarmor.com/brown-tinted-aggregate-sealer The Armor AG Brown Seal is a solvent-based, brown-tinted high gloss acrylic sealer that is designed to seal, enhance, and protect exposed aggregate. It is manufactured in the U.S., and made from high quality resins and solvents. The Armor AG Brown Seal will enhance dull or faded surfaces, and provide a long-lasting, non-yellowing high gloss finish that won’t peel. Non-slip additives available. The Armor AG Brown Seal is great for use on aggregate driveways, patios, walkways, and pool decks. #aggregate #exposedaggregate #walkway #walkwaysealer #aggregatewalkway #pooldecksealer #pooldeck #aggregatepooldesk #aggregatesealer #highgloss #highglosssealer #driveway #drivewaysealer #USA #longlasting #concrete #concretesealer #foundationarmor #homerenovation #renovation #diy #homeimprovement

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