Wet Look Paver Sealers for 2019

Wet Look Paver Sealers are not the same as adding a gloss or a shine. A "Wet Look" relates to the darkening of the brick similar to as if wet with water. These sealer types can also have different shine levels:

  • No gloss
  • Matte or low luster
  • Semi-Gloss
  • High Gloss.

In addition, Wet Look Paver Sealants can help solidify the jointing sand between the brick pavers.

 

Here is a list of the Wet Look Paver Sealers we sell:

SuperSeal 30

-The SuperSeal 30 is a high acrylic sealer that will darken the colors considerably while leaving a modest shine level similar to a gloss. Solvent-based.

SuperSeal 25

-The SuperSeal 25 will enhance the colors of your pavers dramatically will leaving a semi-gloss shine level. This is a solvent based sealer.

SuperSeal Matte

-Same as the SuperSeal25 but with an additive to lower the shine level to a matte finish. This sealer will give a rich wet look.

MasonrySaver Paver Sealer

-A Water-based sealer that will leave a moderate darkening and shine level.

SB-6000 Wet Look Sealer

-SB-6000 does not leave a gloss but does enhance the color similar to as if wet. Water based.

Take into consideration the gloss levels will vary depending on the porosity and application coverage of the sealer.

If you have a question on which sealer to use, please ask below in the comment area.

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    Ted Lignieres · 06/07/2014
    Does your products cover Old chicago Brick? Which product would it be?
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 05/12/2014
    Christine, try SuperSeal30 for this.
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    Christine · 05/11/2014
    Hi-
    My backyard was covered with interlocking pavers. Id like to achieve the dark color of the pavers just like when its wet. Which product will work best to darken the color as that is my main goal? Regardless if its glossy or not.
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 10/29/2013
    There are not oil based products but solvent based. No way to tell by looking.
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    Lynn R · 10/28/2013
    Have a brick paver driveway.Need to reseal, but do not know which type of sealer was used originally. We were told that the reseal must be an oil based product which will be applied at the homeowner's risk. The person we are dealing with states that the sealer that is on it, is oil based. How can he tell just by looking?
    I don't know what to do. Thanks
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    Khader Mohiuddin · 09/29/2013
    how can i add grip ?
    Yes, the superseal was applied 3 days ago.
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 09/29/2013
    Nothing can be done except adding grip. It is was just applied, the slipping will minimize in 2-3 weeks as it fully cures out.
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    Khader Mohiuddin · 09/28/2013
    I applied two coats of superseal25 semi-gloss on a stamped concrete patio using a roller. Looks great. However there is a lawn adjacent to it where some water splashes on this patio from the sprinklers everyday. This is causing the little kids to slip a bit. Can anything be done to prevent slipping ? I am aware of the super grip additive, but did not use that since this is stamped concrete and pretty rough. Any tips ? Thanks
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    David Z · 09/09/2013
    Thank you for your quick response. Is the SuperSeal30 suitable for clay brick pavers......is it breathable?
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 09/09/2013
    David, I would look at the SuperSeal30 for this.
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    David Z · 09/09/2013
    I am looking to seal my new driveway and patio. The pavers that have been installed are Old Chicago Clay pavers. I would like to seal them so I can achieve a wet look...and a gloss finish. What product would you recommend I use?
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    Randy · 09/08/2013
    Hi,
    So nothing to protect fire pit and the 4' wall on each side of it? Won't it look old or out of place? Maybe semi gloss for patio and stairs and matte for pit-walls? Why not seal it?
    Thanks...again
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 09/07/2013
    Randy, I would not seal the blocks on the fire pit. Use the SuperSeal 25 and it can be rolled or sprayed on with the Chapin 1949 Sprayer we will sell. One 5 gallon pail will do 500 sq. feet.
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    Randy · 09/07/2013
    Do you suggest spraying or rolling the sealer on? How long does your shipping take and how much do you recommend for a 20x20' patio?
    Thanks, Randy
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    Randy · 09/07/2013
    Hi,
    Getting ready to seal brick paver patio and want wet look with not high gloss maybe semi. Have a connected fire pit and was wondering if I should do that too? It's the same blocks the was used for outside portion of stairs. So??
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 08/29/2013
    caribq, I would remove the residue first as it is possible it would show through the sealer. I am not sure what will remove the dust.
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    Caribq · 08/29/2013
    Just completed laying 12x12 Terra Cotta pavers in my patio. Some pavers were cut to complete the edges using a dry saw that covered the existing pavers with dust. After washing off the dust the pavers dried with white residue from that dust. When wet the residue is not evident. If a sealer is applied would it show the white residue when it dries? Is there something that can remove the residue? What sealant would be best for these Terra Cotta pavers? Thank you in advance for your response.
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 08/29/2013
    You can apply to the Stamped Concrete but sure how it will look for the tops of the wall. I would do a test spot first.
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    JD · 08/29/2013
    We just finished sealing our new brick paver patio with SuperSeal 25. Love the wet look and wondering if could use SuperSeal 25 on decorative concrete walls and borders around patio & lining our driveway? Walls are stamped but top of border & walls are plain flat surface. We would like the same gloss look as the patio but wondering if it is enough protection to prevent deterioration from rain & snow?
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 08/28/2013
    If all the pavers look even when wet with water that applying a wet looks sealer to all the pavers will even it out and enhance the appearance. You cannot "spot" treat just those pavers.
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    L. Cabrera · 08/27/2013
    I have pavers on my driveway that have lightened from water under my gutters.
    If I apply a sealer won't the lightened pavers still look light? Can I darken the pavers to look like all the others?
    bgrcop@aol.com
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 08/18/2013
    Most sealers need to be reapplied every 2 years for pavers.
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    JD · 08/17/2013
    Newly added brick paver pathways and patio. How often would the sealer have to be reapplied? Is there any type of guarantee on products i.e. lasting a certain amount of time?
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 06/19/2013
    They are both good. Not one is better or last longer.
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    Russell L · 06/19/2013
    Which is better, water or solvent based sealers? Which one last the longest and provide the better protection. Is one easier to apply than the other. Thanks for your assistance.
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 06/15/2013
    Joy, SuperSeal25 or Surebond SB-6000
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    Joy Biggs · 06/14/2013
    I have brick pavers around my pool and I would like to protect and enhance the color of the pavers. I like the "wet" look. What would you recommend?
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 05/25/2013
    I would look at the Surebond SB-1300 for this project.
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    Beth · 05/24/2013
    We have brick pavers in our lanai and around the pool. Wants to seal to keep mold and weeds out, but won't be too slippery. Not concerned about color changes.
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 05/21/2013
    I would use the SuperSeal30. It is a solvent based sealer.