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Avoiding Moisture-Related Problems with Concrete Sealers
Decorative concrete expert, Chris Sullivan, provides in-depth answers to common problems associated with acid staining concrete. Find answers to common questions and ask your own questions.
We applied a dry-shake color hardener to a concrete floor slab and then sealed with a solvent-based acrylic sealer. Why does water when left on the surface of the floor seep through the sealer?
Because of the high moisture readings, should I do this job? Is 4 pounds a strict guide, or are there some tolerances? For example, is 6.58 pounds acceptable but something higher, like 12 pounds, too high? This is the first time I have done a test like th
We are installing a concrete garden fountain, and I plan to stain it myself. What are the best stain and sealer products for this type of project, and what maintenance is required?
What is the standard allowable moisture vapor transmission (MVT) rate when applying sealers?
How do humidity levels and dew points affect sealer application over architectural concrete? Humidity is the measure, in percent, of how much moisture is in the air. When humidity reaches 100%, it rains. Dew point is the temperature at which humidity in t
I applied a two-part solvent-based polyurethane sealer over stained concrete. In certain random areas, the sealer foamed and bubbled. What caused this foaming, and how do I fix it?
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