Cape Fear Concrete Coatings seals your concrete with The Concrete Protector's Hydrophobic Penetrating Sealer to protect it from all types of common hazards. Unsealed concrete is like a giant sponge; it absorbs water, harsh chemicals, de-icers, and more, all of which damage your concrete. Concrete Protector’s Hydrophobic Penetrating Sealer is trusted to protect the Oldest Concrete Street in America! Your concrete goes through a lot all year. Rain in the spring, summer, and fall and other chemicals (including de-icers and road salts) in the winter, your concrete is exposed to all kinds of threats on a regular basis. In these conditions, unsealed concrete will inevitably start to pit, pop, crack, and flake. The Concrete Protector's Hydrophobic Penetrating Sealer works by penetrating into the pores of the concrete, then creates a protective barrier. Economical, environmentally friendly, and doesn't change the texture or color of the concrete. With our Clean and Seal service, we’ll protect and seal your concrete for years to come.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Will my concrete be more slippery after application? No. The Concrete Protector does not change the appearance or texture.
Q. Is it a layer that will wear off? No. Unlike film-forming sealers, The Concrete Protector is a reactive penetrating sealer that chemically alters the surface of the concrete, creating a water-resistant membrane that protects the surface from water penetration that causes damage.
Q. Is Your Concrete Sealer Environmentally Friendly? Yes. Our sealer was formulated with the environment in mind. It is safe and zero VOC. It even meets stringent California South Coast AQMD Requirements.
Q. Can I apply this to my concrete if I have had a sealer on it in the past? In many cases, yes. It depends on what kind of sealer was applied and if the sealer has been worn away. Most "cure and seals" will pressure wash away. We suggest doing a sample area first. If you notice a yellowing of your sample area, there may be a sealer inhibiting the penetration of the sealer.
Q. How long before the concrete is ready for traffic? 12-24 hours.