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  • Enhances color in faded concrete and pavers
  • 30% solids for a durable, glossy acrylic finish
  • Can be used alone or as a top coat over stains
  • Non-yellowing and UV resistant
Due to hazmat regulations, this product cannot be shipped via air

How much do I need to seal my concrete?

It will depend on the square footage of your application.

The coverage rate is 200 square feet per gallon (2 coats) depending on concrete porosity. At least 2 coats are required.

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EasySeal™ Gloss, a premium solvent-based sealer, features a single-component formulation with 100% pure acrylic polymer resin in a VOC solvent base under 700 g/L. Its 30% acrylic solids content ensures a striking, high-gloss finish on cement-based surfaces. Designed for optimal vapor transmission while reducing fluid infiltration, it effectively shields against moisture. This clear, non-yellowing sealer enhances color, improves resistance to stains, abrasion, and UV damage, and is ideal for a durable and glossy finish on driveways, patios, and more. Perfect as a topcoat for concrete stains, EasySeal™ Gloss combines aesthetic enhancement with protective qualities.

Quick Facts

Application Tools: Best applied using a pump sprayer (filter removed) or a ⅜” nap roller with a solvent resitant core.
Location: Suitable for interior (with proper ventilation) or exterior applications.
Dry Time: Dry to touch in approximately 4-6 hours, for foot traffic in 16-24 hours, and for vehicle traffic in 24-48 hours. Dry times vary with environmental conditions.
Re-Coat Time: 6-12 hours. Dry times vary with environmental conditions.
Cleanup: Use xylene
Coverage: Approximately 200 sq. ft. per gallon for two thin coats, variable with surface conditions.
Recommended Topcoats: Compatible with ProWax Polish™ (Interior Use)
Application Temperature: Best between 40°F-95°F (4°C-35°C).
Recommended Uses: Ideal for concrete floors, walls, countertops, and various architectural elements.
Important Note: Requires proper ventilation due to strong fumes.

Winter Care Tips for Sealed Surfaces

  • Avoid Salt for Ice Melting: Do not use salt or other de-icing chemicals as they can damage the acrylic sealer.
  • Safe Ice Melting Alternatives: Use Calcium Magnesium Acetate (CMA) or sand/kitty litter for traction. These materials are safer for your sealed surfaces.
  • Snow Removal: Use plastic shovels to avoid scratching the sealer. Exercise caution to prevent damage to the sealed surface.
  • Post-Winter Cleanup: Once conditions improve, clean the surface to remove any residue from the alternatives used.

How-To Guide

Preliminary Testing

Before using the product for your entire project, try it out on a small, hidden area of the surface you'll be working on. This will let you see how it looks and if it's the right fit for your project.


  • Clean & Dry: EasySeal™ should be applied to a surface that is completely clean and dry. If the surface was cleaned with water or pressure washed, allow it to dry for at least 24 hours before sealing. Ensure the surface is free from dust, dirt, oil, grease, paints, glues, non-solvent-based acrylic sealers, curing agents, efflorescence, chemical contaminants, rust, algae, mildew, and other materials that might prevent proper bonding.
  • Cured: The concrete or overlay must be fully cured before application. It is recommended that cement-based products cure for at least 28 days to achieve optimal results.
  • Temperature: or optimal results, apply EasySeal™ when temperatures are between 40°F (4°C) and 95°F (35°C). Application should ideally occur in the early evening when air and surface temperatures are cooling, and the sun is no longer directly overhead. To prevent bubbling and hazing, avoid application during the morning or midday.
  • Sound: Apply only to cement-based products that are not flaking or spalling. The substrate must be structurally sound. For surfaces showing signs of delamination, employ diamond grinding, shot blasting, or similar mechanical methods for removal.
  • Profiled: Perform an absorption test to check if the concrete is ready for staining. Pour water onto the concrete surface and wait for 3-5 minutes. If the water is not absorbed, the surface will need to be cleaned and etched with CitrusEtch™ to open the pores of the concrete. Detailed instructions can be found in the CitrusEtch™ Technical Data Sheet. If the concrete absorbs the water, it is ready for EasySeal™ application. Image showing two concrete surfaces: on the left, a surface that passes the water absorption test with water penetrating the concrete, and on the right, a surface failing the test with water pooling on top
  • Ventilation: When applying, be aware that odors can be strong. Ensure the area is properly ventilated during application to maintain a safe and comfortable working environment.


Solvent Control:

Block HVAC ducts to prevent solvent spread and odors. Ensure all ignition sources, like pilot lights, are extinguished before starting.

Personal Safety:

Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment as recommended in the Safety Data Sheet.

Tool selection & application technique:

For Spraying:
  • Remove all filters from the pump-up sprayer to prevent clogging. Hand showing filter removal from a pump-up sprayer
  • Apply the product in a circular motion to ensure even coverage. It is important to apply thin layers to avoid puddling and ensure uniform drying.
  • Start and stop spraying into a bucket or off the work area to prevent drips. Back roll afterwards to smooth out any puddles or overlaps, maintaining a thin, even layer.
For Rolling:
  • Use a ⅜” nap roller with a solvent-resistant core. Allow the roller's weight to apply the product without adding extra pressure, which could cause streaks and uneven coverage. Focus on applying thin, consistent layers.
  • Before adding more product to the paint tray, shake the bottle for even consistency.

Drying and Recoating:

  • Dry Time Between Coats: Wait 6 to 12 hours, depending on environmental conditions.
  • Testing Dryness: To check if the surface is ready for the next coat, press it with a thumbnail. If the surface doesn't dent or scratch, it is sufficiently dry for recoating.
  • Coat Application: Ensure the first coat is thoroughly dry before applying a second thin coat. The emphasis on thin coats is crucial for achieving the best finish and performance.
  • Recommended Coats: Two thin coats are advised for best performance and durability.
  • Application Caution: To prevent bubbling, hazing, and other imperfections, it is essential to apply the product in thin coats rather than heavy applications.
  • Foot Traffic: Keep the area free from foot traffic for at least 24 hours to allow the topcoat to properly set.
  • Vehicle Traffic: Avoid vehicle traffic for 48-72 hours to ensure the sealer fully cures and offers maximum protection.


  • Surface Compatibility: EasySeal™ may experience adhesion challenges when applied to hard-troweled (machine-smoothed) surfaces or surfaces whose pores are smaller than the sealer's particles. This can result in the sealer drying without proper adhesion. 
  • Avoid Liquid Contact During Curing: Prevent any liquids, including sweat, from coming into contact with the uncured coating, as this can affect both the curing process and the quality of the finish.


Interior Surfaces: Use ProWax Polish™ as a topcoat to improve the durability and finish of indoor surfaces.


Estimated coverage is around 200 square feet per gallon, varying with surface conditions and application methods.


For cleaning tools and equipment after using EasySeal™, use Xylene.


Dispose of unused product according to local environmental or hazardous waste regulations.

Shelf Life and Storage

Use EasySeal™ within one year of purchase and store it in a cool, indoor location away from sunlight and heat.


  • Exterior Surfaces: Regularly inspect sealed areas for signs of thinning or wear due to foot or vehicular traffic. Reapply the sealer as needed to maintain protection and appearance.
  • Interior Surfaces: Regularly examine surfaces coated with ProWax Polish™ for wear or thinning, especially in high-traffic areas. Reapply the coating as necessary to preserve the surface's integrity and aesthetics.

Complementary Products

ProClean Degreaser™ Concrete cleaner & degreaser
CitrusEtch™ Pre-stain concrete pore etcher
ProWax Polish™ Floor wax & polish
OxiGrip™ Slip-resistant sealer additive
PatchRx™ Concrete repair
Resurface-It™ Concrete overlay/micro-topping

Safety & Precautions

DANGER: VAPOR HARMFUL, HARMFUL OR FATAL IF SWALLOWED. FLAMMABLE. EYE & SKIN IRRITANT. Do not swallow. Do not breathe fumes. Do not use near heat, sparks or flames. Do not smoke. Do not get in eyes. Do not get on skin or clothing. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN. Wear a mask. Wear safety glasses and chemical resistant gloves. Use only in a well-ventilated area.  Contains: Xylene, Petroleum distillates, Trimethylbenzene and Ethylbenzene FIRST AID TREATMENT: If swallowed, call physician immediately. Do not induce vomiting. If in eyes, rinse with water for 15 minutes. If on skin, rinse well with water. If breathed in, move person into fresh air. WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Ethylbenzene and Isopropylbenzene which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Toluene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm.  For more information go to


EasySeal™ is guaranteed for uniform quality within manufacturing tolerances. No warranty is provided for its application effects. Liability for defects is limited to refunding the purchase price. Users bear all other risks and liabilities. For inquiries, contact Direct Colors customer service.

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