Supreme Shield SB-600 5 Gallon

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SUPREME SHIELD SB is a solvent-based penetrating sealer designed for stamped concrete, concrete pavers and other porous concrete surfaces. Application of SUPREME SHIELD SB will enhance the color and give the wet look without adding the gloss and plastic look associated with traditional film forming sealers. Once treated, the surface repels water and oil to prevent staining.

  • Enhances & Preserves Natural Color with a Wet Look
  • No Gloss or Shine
  • Water & Salt Resistant
  • Stain & Oil Resistant
  • Immediate Results
  • Easy To Use

PREPARATION Clean dirt, wax, grease, oil, and other contaminants from the surface. Be sure to remove any foreign coating unless previous coating is same or similar solvent based sealer or stain. Make sure the surface is clean, dry, and sound. Clean oily concrete with Clemons’ CONCRETE CLEANER DEGREASER NEUTRALIZER or other degreasing soap. Use a bristle brush for heavily oiled spots. If surface is not adequately porous, etch with Clemons’ ETCH & CLEAN. Rinse well with a pressure washer. Allow 24 hours to dry. Apply only when surface and air temperatures are above 50° F and below 90° F. For pavers, sweep away any loose sand.

APPLICATION Brush may be used where roller or sprayer won’t reach. Do not pour directly from can to concrete. Apply evenly from can or other metal container with an appropriate roller. If rolling, use a solvent resistant nap roller. Every few feet turn perpendicular to the first coat, and cross roll without re-dipping. The continual dipping with the first coat gives a heavy application and the cross-rolling allows for an even application. Do not allow to puddle. If spraying, use an acetone resistant pump sprayer and clean up immediately with aromatic solvent such as A-1 Solvent or Xylene. Do not thin product. Foot traffic should be avoided for 4 hours. Vehicle traffic should be avoided for 48 hours. Cooler temperatures or increased humidity will slow the dry.

NET COVERAGE RATE Two thin coats are recommended. Over application may result in a slick surface.

Textured or Stamped: 200 sq. feet per gallon

Broom Swept: 200 sq. feet per gallon

Concrete Pavers: 100 sq. feet per gallon

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5 Gallon pails must ship HazMat. This is required for legal DOT reasons when shipping in a 5-gallon quantity. This item must be signed for

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    Drew · 06/03/2021
    How long does Travertine need to dry after rain before sealing? How much time do you need for the sealer to dry before it can get rained on?
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      Brick Paver Sealer · 06/03/2021
      48 hours after rain. 6-12 hours after applying before rain.
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        Drew · 06/11/2021
        How long does it take for the smell to go away? 
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    Joe · 05/10/2021
    Can I use SB-600 on newly installed paver?? If not, what do you recommend to achieve the "wet" look. Thanks 
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    Drew · 05/07/2021
    how long to wait between the two recommended coats?
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      Brick Paver Sealer · 05/07/2021
      As soon as the first coat is dry. 1-2 hours.
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        Drew · 05/11/2021
        For brand new travertine pavers I was thinking 10 gallons for about 1,300 sq. ft.? 
        Are there any coupon codes going on?
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          Brick Paver Sealer · 05/11/2021
          Sorry but we do not have promo codes at this time. You will need about 10-13 gallons.
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            Drew · 05/12/2021
            What kind of roller do you recommend to apply with? How long should the nap be for tumbled travertine? 
            Is pooling of the sealant in any of the natural holes in the travertine a problem?
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              Brick Paver Sealer · 05/12/2021
              1/2 to 5/8 inch roller that can handle solvents or oils. Do not pool the sealer. Just apply evenly. 
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    Silvio Martino · 03/31/2021
    I have an 1800 square feet travertine patio and salt water pool deck. It has never been sealed before. How much of this product will be needed for the two coats? What product do you recommend for cleaning prior to sealing? The patio section is in a shaded area and has mold/mildew on about 500 sq feet area of it.
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      Brick Paver Sealer · 03/31/2021
      Pressure wash if only dirty. About 15-18 gallons for 2 coats.
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    AB · 03/08/2021
    Is this product non-slippery? It will be for a travertine pavers Pool Deck. Do I need to add a non slip additive?
    I would prefer to spray it.
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      Brick Paver Sealer · 03/08/2021
      Typically not slippery. Not possible to add a non slip into this product, as it is more penetrating than filming.
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    Rick · 01/31/2021
    have travertine pavers around pool deck which seem to be dull and would like to bring out the original colors with the wet look effect without shiny or slippery surface. some of the travertine also seems has white substance appearance.
    what is the best sealer to use on these travertine pavers?
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      Brick Paver Sealer · 01/31/2021
      Send pictures for prep help on the white as you will need to remove this. After that is done, the SB-600 or SB-350 is the way to go.
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    Graham · 01/25/2021
    SB-600 or SB-350 for Florida?
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 08/19/2016
    6-8 gallons

    Use a roller for best results. Do not pour directly from can to concrete. Apply evenly from can or other metal container with appropriate roller. If rolling, use a solvent resistant nap roller. Every few feet turn perpendicular to the first coat, and cross roll without re-dipping. The continual dipping with the first coat gives a heavy application and the cross-rolling allows for an even application
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    SK · 08/19/2016
    How much of this product will be required for a 600 sq ft brick patio for the recommended 2 coats?

    What is the recommended method of application for the brick patio which will give long term results?

    Is there a recommended wait period after the patio is laid for the sealant to be applied?
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 07/29/2016
    Use this product. Both work well, but you will get a deeper wet look with this.
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    hd121308 · 07/29/2016
    Would this product work better or SB-6000 for newly installed pavers with ploy-sand (installed 7/25/16, 1700 sq.ft). We want the wet look without the gloss. Thank you.