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Dec 28, 2017

The reason your concrete is ugly (or soon will be) is because you haven’t had it sealed in years probably since it was installed…right?Go ahead, pour some water on it – what do you see? If your concrete darkens-up and absorbs water and turns brown,it's UNSEALED.

By allowing water to get into your concrete, you are most certainly asking for trouble. Water expands up to 9% when it freezes and pushes against the concrete around it, leading to cracks, which absorb more water and leading to even larger cracks. This process repeats over and over until your concrete is cracked, broken, chipped, and flaked. Prevent all of these problems with concrete protector penetrating hydrophobic concrete sealer, the best concrete sealer on the market today.

In addition to freeze-thaw cycles and damage caused by salt and other ice melting chemicals, driveways are threatened by a host of other common hazards, including lawn fertilizer, oil, gas, anti-freeze, UV rays, and acidic rain, among others. An unsealed driveway will definitely become a major problem in the future due to rotting, broken, and cracked concrete. By this stage, you’re looking at complete tear-out and replacement, which is admittedly expensive. Save yourself some money and use concrete protector penetrating hydrophobic concrete sealer to protect your driveway and keep it looking great.

Concrete protector penetrating hydrophobic concrete sealer protects concrete surfaces from severe conditions like rainwater, freeze-thaw cycles, road salts, de-icers, and other common hazards. Our penetrating concrete sealer penetrates deep into your concrete’s pores and seals the surface to protect your concrete from all types of concrete damage without changing the appearance or texture of the concrete.


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