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This sealer may be used on most concrete, masonry, brick and unglazed tile to protect and slightly enhance the surface appearance.

It is a UV resistant, durable, non-yellowing sealer that provides excellent stain resistance against water, oil, grease and acids on interior and exterior surfaces. It is re-coatable. It is LEED eligible.

• Water based
• Film forming
• Medium gloss
• Easy to apply
• Excellent stain resistance
• Breathable
• Resists mold and algae
• Low VOC formula

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION A clear acrylic waterbase finish designed to protect and beautify tile, concrete and masonry surfaces. Glaze ’N Seal protects against all organic stains including cooking oil, grease and beverages. It may be used indoors or outdoors and is extremely easy to apply and maintain. Non-yellowing formula.

USES • Waterseals, protects and improves appearance of all unglazed tile, stamped and exposed aggregate concrete, brick, natural and manufactured stone, stucco and slate. Use as a base for interior finishes such as Glaze ’N Seal Acrylic Floor Polish. • Use to seal concrete and masonry surfaces prior to painting or apply over painted or color stain surfaces for added protection and improved appearance. • Use indoors and outdoors.

FEATURES • Repels Oil and Grease Stains • Breathable • Cleans up with Water • Easy to Apply — Long Lasting • Medium Gloss • Reduces Efflorescence • Recoatable • Qualifies for LEED points

PREPARATION All surfaces must be free of efflorescence, dirt, oil, wax, grease and defective paint or sealers. If muriatic acid is used, all acid residue must be removed prior to application of sealer. Do not allow acid to dry on surface. If acid has been used, use Glaze ’N Seal Neutralizing Rinse to neutralize surface before sealing.

APPLICATION Apply two or more coats of sealer (do not allow it to puddle). Make sure each coat is dry to the touch before applying second coat; usually one to three