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Shipping Note: Due to DOT ORM-D Regulations this product can not be expedited and must be shipped Ground
• Enhances uniform sealer film formation to avoid gloss irregularities• Can only be used on solvent-based acrylic sealers• Intended for use on small areas less than 50 sq. ft.• Larger quantities available for sale
Acrylic Concrete Sealer Repair will help to re-cast an existing acrylic sealer coating, correcting application imperfections, such as bubbles and over-applied thick coatings. Once corrected, the sealed decorative concrete floor should have a uniform appearance. Not for use on polyurethane sealed surfaces.
Application: Apply Concrete Sealer Repair with a foam brush or roller to the affected area. Do not over saturate the concrete and apply only to affected area. Apply a thin coat in a lapping motion to the sealed surface. The repair liquid will re-dissolve the film, blending air bubbles and other imperfections. Heavy applications of sealer may require another treatment. Due to the strong odor, exercise caution during application and ventilate well to the outside. A respirator should be used in all poorly ventilated areas. Allow to dry for 48-72 hours before proceeding with a water-based floor wax product.
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Determine how much Concrete Stain, Concrete Sealer, and Floor Wax is needed for a typical project using your square footage or dimensions of your project in feet.
All coverage rates vary depending on the porosity of the concrete and surface conditions.
Step 1: Select Base Concrete Color
Step 2: Select Pigment Color* if the display looks "off" below, please toggle the base color.
Step 3: Enter Portland Cement Weight and Bag Quantity
Determine how much Pigment you need to achieve the color you have selected based on the amount of 5,000 PSI Countertop Mix.
To achieve uniform color throughout your project be consistent with the amount of Water, Mix and Pigment used.
Step 3: Enter Portland Cement Weight
Determine quantity of Pigment needed based on the amount of Portland Cement you are working with to achieve the color you selected.
To achieve uniform color throughout your project be consistent with the amount of Water, Pigment and Portland Cement used.
Determine how much Pigment you need to achieve the color you have selected based on the weight of your Concrete Mix.
You may also use this calculator for Prebagged Plaster, Stucco and Grout (colors typically vary within an acceptable range).
Step 3: Select Concrete Strength
Step 4: Enter Truck Pour Per Yard
Total Pigment Needed
Determine how much Pigment you need to achieve the color you have selected based upon your Truck Pour/ Per Yard requirements.
Enter the depth, width and length of your concrete slab to calculate the number of cubic yards and concrete bags needed to complete your project.
Enter the depth, width and length of your concrete footing to calculate the number of cubic yards and concrete bags needed to complete your project.
Enter the diameter and height of your concrete column to calculate the number of cubic yards and concrete bags needed to complete your project.
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