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emby
06-19-2010, 01:21 PM
Hey everybody,

Up here in Ontario Canada and I am looking to seal my own stamped concrete around my pool and patio. I am looking for a product that will not yellow and if possible to have non slip with high gloss. I would like to find a product that will stand the test of time too. So far the products that I have tried only seem to last one or two seasons at most.
Any suggestions from you pros?
Thanks.

Ken

tturbonegro
06-22-2010, 08:15 PM
You shouldn't use different brand sealers over another...you may want to strip current sealer and start over...
Or use the same brand and put some shark grip or monkey grip or something like that in with it...good luck..redoing decorative concrete can be tricky
Also most sealers need to be re done every few years..
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killerbee133
06-25-2010, 11:56 AM
Brickforms Gem Seal will be the best product out there for ya. It will have to be redone in roughly 3 years. You pay for what you get. Try it out.

Rohn Enterprises LLC
06-29-2010, 11:24 PM
brickform is good, I only use Tamms Lusterseal 300 or Certivex ultragloss with increte's sure gripp, either do a good job and retain their gloss for at least 3 years. whatever you choose should be a membrane sealer.