Cobble Coat H20
Cobble Coat H2O is a low VOC, clear water based, film-forming sealer that can be used to protect and beautify concrete brick pavers, concrete surfaces and our Texture Deck System.
Cobble Coat H2O may also be used over travertine, natural stone and most porous surfaces as it has excellent water resistance and marking resistance. Providing a natural look appearance and semi-gloss finish, Cobble Coat H2O is an excellent topcoat over our Colorcrete solid color sealer and our TD One Step System, where added UV and wear protection are needed without wet look enhancement.
Each gallon of Cobble Coat H2O will cover approximately 200 square feet per coat; the 5 gallon container of Cobble Coat H2O will cover approximately 1,000 square feet. Coverage will depend on surface porosity, joint width and method of application. Second coat will take slightly less product.
On Bare Surface: One and sometimes two thin coats (2 dry mils) provide the best results on uncoated surfaces.
Previously Sealed: One coat is recommended. Do not apply Cobble Coat H2O more frequently than every 18 months to avoid a build up of sealer.
Eco friendly and low VOC
Helps stabilize joints between pavers
Helps minimize mold and algae growth
Inhibits weeds and anthills
Leaves natural look with a satin finish
Enhances but doesn’t darken paver
Protects concrete and brick substrates
Also can be used to protect marble and porous stone
Top coating to previous coatings of Colorcrete and TD One Step
Concrete floor coatings
Surfaces must be clean and dry before sealing. All grease, oil and potential contaminants must be removed.
Cobble Clean and Cobble Prep may be used for specific cleaning situations.
Concrete should cure a minimum of 28 days before sealing. Interlocking brick does not require etching.
Two thin coats provide the best results.
Do not apply Cobble Coat H2O more frequently than every 18 months to avoid buildup of the sealer.
READ LABEL THOROUGHLY BEFORE APPLYING PRODUCT.
COBBLE COAT H2O IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON SURFACES WHERE MOISTURE IS UNABLE TO DISSIPATE.