FREE Shipping Orders Over $199 (exclusions apply)
Product Search

My Cart: 0 item(s)

$89.95 $67.46  (Approx 25% saving)

  • Color: Clear
  • Finish: Matte
  • Water-based indoor/outdoor penetrating concrete sealer
  • Cost effective, one-time-only sealer application
  • Perfect for integrally-colored concrete and polished concrete countertops
  • Excellent salt resistant, non-slip sealer option

How much do I need to penetrate and seal my concrete?

It will depend on the square footage of your application.

The coverage rate is 400 square feet per gallon. (1 coat)

Your answer will appear here.

Choose Quantity:

Product Tabs

Product Details

Our penetrating concrete sealer offers a robust and environmentally friendly solution tailored to safeguard your concrete surfaces from winter-related damages. Specifically engineered to fortify and densify exterior concrete and masonry areas such as sidewalks and driveways, this sealer serves as a shield against freeze-thaw cycles, scaling, spalling, and de-icing chemicals. Its breathable, lithium-based formulation reduces moisture absorption without leaving any film or discoloration, preserving the surface's friction coefficient and appearance while enhancing its durability. Additionally, it meets VOC compliance standards and holds the potential to earn LEED points, making it a sustainable choice for your concrete protection needs.

Quick Facts

Application Tools: Best applied using a pump sprayer (filter removed) or a ⅜” nap roller.
Location: Suitable for both interior and exterior surfaces.
Dry Time: For foot traffic in 24 hours, and for vehicle traffic in 24-48 hours. Dry times vary with environmental conditions.
Dry Time: 24 hours. Dry times vary with environmental conditions.
Cleanup: Use ProClean Degreaser™ and warm water.
Coverage: Approximately 400 sq. ft. per gallon, variable with surface conditions.
Application Temperature: Best between 40°F-95°F (4°C-35°C).
Important Note: Prevent freezing to maintain product effectiveness.


Click/Tap each question to hide/show the answers.

What sealer do you recommend for birdbath interior? I used to buy Ionic penetrating type sealer from you but I don't see it listed like that anymore.

The Ionic is now labeled as Penetrating Sealer but it’s the exact same product.

How-To Guide

Printable Penetrating Sealer How-To Guide

Step 1: Preparation

  • Cover areas at risk of over-spray with plastic drop cloth.
  • Newly poured concrete must cure for 30 days before application.
  • 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 the surface with CitrusEtch™, then neutralize surface with ProClean Neutralizer™ and rinse thoroughly.
  • Allow the concrete to thoroughly dry before application.

Step 2: Application

Coverage rate is approximately 400 square feet per gallon. Coverage rates may vary based on concrete texture, surface porosity, and application method.

NOTE: Only apply Penetrating Sealer when surface temperature is between 40°F (4°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.


  • Remove all filters from pump-up sprayer.
  • Pour Penetrating Sealer into pump-up sprayer.
  • Spray a saturating coat of Penetrating Sealer on surface in slightly circular motions with irregular overlaps.
  • Keep surface wet with Penetrating Sealer for at least 20 minutes (spray more as needed).
    • As Penetrating Sealer cures, remove any excess on top of surface with a scrub brush or squeegee trowel.


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

Pro Tips:

  • As Penetrating Sealer cures, a light lithium residue may form on the surface. This means excess Penetrating Sealer was not absorbed and should be removed with a stiff broom or swing buffer with a red or white pad.
  • Penetrating Sealer will not bridge or fill cracks and will not salvage honeycombed or structurally unsound surfaces.
  • To avoid droplets dripping onto surface: before releasing sprayer trigger, immediately place tip in a bucket


  • Clean tools and supplies with ProClean Degreaser™ and warm water

Tools & Supplies:

  • Pump-up sprayer
  • Plastic drop cloth
  • Scrub brush
  • Squeegee trowel
  • 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.

PDF Downloads

Customer Reviews:

Loading Reviews...


Shipping Estimate

Estimate Shipping
  • Use 2 letter code