Are you looking for Wet Look Sealer with No Gloss?

Sealing pavers, concrete, and other types of hard surfaces can serve several purposes. Mainly, sealing can protect the surface from weather deterioration and secondly, it can enhance appearance. Surfaces can be sealed without altering the appearance, but some homeowners enjoy the enhanced look. It is personal preference but becoming an increasingly popular choice is a wet look sealer with no gloss.

A wet look sealer with no gloss appears just as the name suggests. The paver or concrete surface looks wet but yet there is no glossy shine to the surface. This look appeals to many people because it enhances the natural beauty of the substrate while adding weather protection.

Surebond SB-6000 is a common brand of wet look sealer with no gloss. The manufacturer claims it enhances the natural colors of the surface with a lavish wet look. It is also breathable and will not trap unwanted moisture so it can be applied immediately after the pavers have been installed. As expected from a quality sealer, it increases the structures durability while it shields against salt, acid, and other unwanted stains.

If you are looking for a wet look sealer with a satin finish then a sealer like SuperSeal Matte may be what you are looking for. This is a quality sealer that provides water repellency to brick, concrete, and stone surfaces. It leaves a wet look with no gloss but does have a satin finish. This look also appeals to many homeowners who do not want a high gloss finish.

In our opinion, both sealers are excellent choices. They lock out moisture, block wind, deter sun fading, slow joint sand erosion, and enhance the natural beauty of hard surface substrates. For protecting your investment and adding some curb appeal, a wet look sealer with no gloss can definitely be a great choice.

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travertine stone around pool
I have travertine natural stone in my entire back area of my home. Much of it around the entire pool. Much of the area has direct sun. This is a florida home in st.petersburg. What do you recommend for a wet look sealer.
mark holguin , May 13, 2014
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TheSealerStore , May 13, 2014
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I want to seal my pavers around my pool but do not want to crate a slippery surface. What do you recommend?
james Ruotolo , May 15, 2014
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James, SB-6000 for this.
TheSealerStore , May 15, 2014
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How long do your sealers last in the hot Az. sun? Thanks!
Dan M. , September 04, 2014
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Dan, depends on the brand but usually needs to be redone every 2 years.
TheSealerStore , September 05, 2014
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What type of applicator do you recommend, and are small sample sizes available so one can see how it will look before making a decision as to which product to purchase..
Thanks,
Alan
Alan G , June 04, 2015
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Depends on the brand and sealer as to which application is best. We do not have samples on this website. Which sealer where you looking at?
TheSealerStore , June 04, 2015
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I want seal my drive way pavers
jtv , September 12, 2015
re: I want seal my drive way pavers
JTV, did you have a question?
TheSealerStore , September 13, 2015
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I have 5,000sq. ft. interlocking paving surface in So. California which must be cleaned and sealed. Can you please give me advise which is the best? My priorities are: long lasting(at least 3-5 years, low maintenance & wet looking bringing up colors. And, also what is the average price to do the above mentioned project?

Vartan Kajikian , September 21, 2015
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Vartan, Paver Sealers will seal for 3-5 years but the wet look will fade after 2-3 years. Look at the SuperSeal Matte (149.99) or Surebond SB-6000 (214.99).
opwdecks , September 22, 2015

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