SuperSeal-M Water Repellent Review 2021

Made of a special hybrid formula of silane and siloxane, SuperSeal M offers superb water repellency for bricks, stone, pavers, and concrete. It’s specially formulated with various size particles to fill voids and has excellent penetrating properties. The special ingredients in SuperSeal M chemically react with the substrate to create a long-lasting bond of protection.

In testing and reviewing SuperSeal M it was found to be extremely user-friendly and easy to apply. The product mixes up easily and seems to remain stable throughout usage. Its appearance is similar to milk in the can but goes on and dries clear. It can be applied using a pump sprayer. When applying to concrete and brick pavers it looked like the surface was wet initially but as the product penetrated the surface it disappeared. Once the SuperSeal M was finished drying, there were no alterations with the surface’s appearance.

Because the SuperSeal M does not alter the appearance of the substrate it is hard to tell that it is there. But after several days water was sprayed onto the surface and appeared to bead up very quickly. More water puddled up and was found to be locked out and would not penetrate the treated surface. No water penetration was detected. The surface was not slippery or nor did it appear do be any different other than water beaded up and would not penetrate.

After a couple of years, water still beaded up and did not absorb into the substrate. Because SuperSeal M penetrates so well there was no flaking or chipping of the product. As a matter of fact, very little wear and tear was noticeable. SuperSeal Matte finish comes with a 5 year warranty and is very cost effective due to a generous coverage rate of 200 sq. ft. per gallon. It cleans up with soap and water and is compliant in all states. SuperSeal M reviews rank it well and make it a great choice for many stone, concrete, and brick surfaces.

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    Tom McAleer · 07/12/2022
    Any type of sealer that I can use over painted concrete? Matte look Or invisible preferred. I was going to use super seal M. Thank you 
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    Halina · 01/12/2022
    is your Sealer available in Australia?  I have an aggregate driveway with coloured stones impregnated into the aggregate.
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    Thomas · 04/01/2021
    What type of sealer can I use for clay brick
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    Ryan S · 03/11/2021
    Hello ! I have a travertine deck around a salt water pool in south Florida. The travertine was sealed a few years back but I don't know if they used a water based or a solvent based sealer. What do you recommend that I seal the deck with? Thanks !
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      Brick Paver Sealer · 03/11/2021
      As long as the surface is porous you can use the Super Seal-M.
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    Melvin Hall · 10/31/2020
    I need to seal a leaking brick chimney what’s best product ? Will this leave a milky residue on my roof if applied to chimney .thanks, Melvin
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      Brick Paver Sealer · 10/31/2020
      You can use this to prevent water from coming through concrete bricks on your chimney. Cover the roof when applying. It dries clear, not milky.
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    Ted · 10/10/2019
    what causes chalking appearance in a stamped driveway?
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      Brick Paver Sealer · 10/10/2019
      It could be many things. Bad sealer, over application, efflorescence, water saturation, poor install job of stamped concrete, etc.
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    Brien · 05/25/2018
    What sealer would you recommend for a new Angelus paver driveway in foothills of southern California. Do not want a wet look but want something to protect the paver from staining. Slight color enhancing would be fine but more to the neutral side would be preferred.
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    Mark · 05/04/2018
    Do you have to strip the product to apply a new coating in 4 years or can you just reapply to the bricks?