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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    ed leary · 05/21/2013
    i have cambridge paver patio. it is 12x17. we like the wet look which is the best sealant semi gloss or high gloss and are they water base clean up of tools.
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    Brick Paver Sealer · 03/03/2013
    Most wet look sealers will add a gloss. The SB-6000 ([url]sb-6000[/url]) would be your best bet for this.
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    Vincent Pontillo · 03/03/2013
    I have Nicolock pavers and want to seal them using a penetrating sealer that will enhance the color as if it were wet but not add a shine. Which one of your products do you recommend for that?