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  • Water based, low VOC, low odor formula
  • 25% solids, durable satin acrylic finish
  • Easy cleanup & green concrete compatible
  • Breathable, non-yellowing, UV resistant

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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AcquaSeal™, our advanced water-based acrylic sealer, is designed to both protect and enhance your surfaces. With a high acrylic solid content, it significantly boosts color vibrancy while offering robust defense against wear, abrasion, and environmental elements. Its low VOC formulation makes it safe for indoor use, while its strong durability and UV protection are ideal for outdoor applications as well. Experience lasting beauty and protection with AcquaSeal™.

Quick Facts

  • Application Tool:  Pump sprayer, 3/8″ nap roller 
  • Location: Interior/Exterior
  • Dry Time: 24-48 hours
  • Cleanup: ProClean Degreaser™ and warm water
  • Coverage: Approximately 200 sq. ft. per gallon depending on concrete porosity
  • Application Temperature: 60°F-95°F (15°C-35°C)
  • Recommended Uses: Interior and exterior concrete surfaces
  • Important: Do not allow AcquaSeal™ to freeze, as it may compromise the product's effectiveness


Disclaimer: Direct Colors does not provide a warranty for the outcomes of using their products. Results may vary due to concrete variations or improper application, so it is recommended to test the product on a small inconspicuous area before full application. This allows for checking the compatibility and ensuring the desired outcome before fully curing the product.

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How-To Guide

Printable AcquaSeal™ How-To Guide

Step 1: Preparation

  • Newly poured concrete must cure for 30 days before application.
  • Cover areas at risk of over-spray with plastic drop cloth.
  • For existing concrete:
    • Remove paint or previously applied sealer using Soy Gel Stripper.
    • Remove carpet glue or other adhesives using Bean-E-Doo® Mastic Remover.
    • Remove any oils, dirt, debris, Soy Gel Stripper, or Bean-E-Doo® Mastic Remover using scrub brush and ProClean Degreaser™.
  • Verify absorption by pouring a cup of water in various areas. If not absorbed within five minutes, etch surface with CitrusEtch™, then neutralize surface with ProClean Neutralizer™ and rinse thoroughly.
  • Allow concrete to thoroughly dry before application.

Step 2: Application

Coverage rate is approximately 200 square feet per gallon (two thin coats). Coverage rates may vary based on concrete texture, surface porosity, and application method.

NOTE: Only apply AcquaSeal™ when surface temperature is between 60°F (15°C) and 95°F (35°C).

Caution: May be harmful if swallowed or ingested. Contact with skin can cause mild irritation. Avoid contact with eyes.

Option 1: Spraying (preferred method)

  • Remove all filters from pump-up sprayer.
  • Shake AcquaSeal™ well before pouring into sprayer.
  • Spray AcquaSeal™ on surface in slightly circular motions with irregular overlaps.
    • Spray thin coats to avoid puddling.
  • Allow 12 hours before applying second coat (maximum of two thin coats).
    • Use a thumbnail to see if coat dents or scratches; if so, allow more time to cure.
  • Apply a second coat following same method.

Pro Tips:

  • Begin spraying at a far corner to maintain a clear path to exit.
  • If sealer is pooling or appears uneven, backroll with a 3/8th nap roller.
    • Roller must be wetted in sealer with excess rung out before back rolling.
  • To avoid droplets dripping onto surface: before releasing sprayer trigger, immediately place tip in a bucket.

Option 2: Rolling

  • Shake AcquaSeal™ well before pouring into paint tray.
  • Use 3/8th Nap Roller to apply first thin coat and roll in one direction only.
    • Do not apply pressure to roller as this will cause streaking (let weight of roller do the work).
  • Allow 12 hours before applying second coat (maximum of two thin coats).
    • Use a thumbnail to see if coat dents or scratches; if so, allow more time to cure.
  • Apply a second coat in opposite direction following same method.


  • 24 hours before foot traffic or placing heavy furniture
  • 48 hours before driving over surface or allowing parked vehicles

Step 3: Seal & Protect Finish

  • For exterior: Allow AcquaSeal™ to cure for 12 hours and then apply one additional thin coat of AcquaSeal™.
  • For interior: Allow AcquaTint™ to cure for 48 hours and then apply two thin coats of ProWax™ Polish.
  • For additional application instructions, see ProWax™ Polish How-To Guide.


  • Uncured Sealer: Clean tools and supplies with ProClean Degreaser™ and warm water.
  • Cured Sealer: Clean tools and supplies with Soy Gel Stripper.


  • For exterior: Protect finish every two years with AcquaSeal™ or as needed.
  • For interior: Protect finish every two years with ProWax Polish™ or spot treat high-traffic areas as needed.
  • For additional application instructions, see ProWax Polish™ How-To Guide.

Tools & Supplies:

  • Pump-up sprayer
  • 3/8th Nap roller and paint tray (if rolling)
  • Plastic drop cloth
  • Scrub brush
  • Spiked shoes (if using CitrusEtch™)

Disclaimer: Direct Colors does not warranty or guarantee results (outcomes). Concrete variations or improper application may cause unintended results. Test product on an inconspicuous or small area and allow to fully cure to ensure compatibility and desired result.

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