Treated indoor and outdoor surfaces become easier to clean and keep looking good for longer. Hour cure time to determine the ease of application and desired results. Deep penetrating, permanent bonding technology for long-lasting protection.

Spills should still be cleaned up immediately to minimize absorption.

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Specially engineered molecules penetrate much deeper, and bond permanently inside the sealed material.


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Sealed areas keep their original appearance, become easier to clean.

Our specially engineered molecules penetrate deeper into porous materials and bond permanently inside the pores, without blocking them. Lasts many times longer than other sealers and provides unparalelled protection. Engineered for sealing natural stone, paving, tiles, grout and concrete.

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Drytreat is the sealer used by many of the “forever seal” companies that promise to permanently seal your stone and countertops with a sealer that will last the life of the stone. A respirator should be used when installing this sealer in any type of enclosed area.

The wine did leave some stain but it was much less than the consumer based sealers we tested.

It states that the sealer will form a permanent bond to the stone or grout that never needs to be reapplied. There are many tile installers and contractors who are more comfortable using solvent based sealers. There are 15 year warranties with these “forever seal” companies but grout and stone sealer warranties are typically hard to enforce in real world situations. It is necessary to have proper ventilation when using this sealer in any enclosed area. The stains from the contaminates were not pronounced and this sealer seemed to do a good job of sealing grout. This product is solvent based sealer with a smaller molecular structure that can go deep into the natural stone and protect it.

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Secondarily, the chances of staining the granite countertop can be lessened when you choose the right sealer. Helping you protect that stone is always one of the top priorities on our list. It works kind of like opposing magnets… you can’t get them to stick together.



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The main differences between the two products are the cost and the warranty.

While the granite stone itself can last for years without damage, the sealer you choose could extend the lifespan of it. We’ll review a couple of our top choices when it comes to granite countertop sealers and let you know how they work. Thus, there is no way for the potentially staining substance to soak in or bond with the stone.

A special chemical process is employed to yield super-small molecules that allow the sealers to absorb very deep (much deeper than standard sealers) into the stone for superior coverage.

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Thus, there is no way for the potentially staining substance to soak in or bond with the stone. This action coupled with the repellent properties described above create an excellent line of sealers. Did you test for sealing granite countertops both of these to determine if they even needed sealing? The sealer will just dry on top creating a streaky haze that will need to be stripped off with toxic chemicals. Now, it may be a great sealer when needed, but there is no point in applying a sealer when not necessary. I don’t believe there is another sealer out there that will claim the same thing.

More efficient, effective and easy to use sealers are certainly welcome.

I have installed tropical brown granite counter tops and polished and filled travertine on the floor. Instead of just filling the pores, the sealant forms a permanent molecular bond with the stone to act more as an oil and water repellent than a physical barrier. A special chemical process is employed to yield super-small molecules that allow the sealers to absorb very deep (much deeper than standard sealers) into the stone for superior coverage.

Applying a sealer to a stone that can’t take a sealer is an exercise that most likely will end in maddening frustration. I believe they know that many varieties of natural stone do not need to be sealed and applying a sealer to such surfaces can be problematic. The stone is already naturally stain-proof and applying a sealer (even one that can absorb) just isn’t necessary. You don’t gain anything except an added expense and potentially a nasty stripping job to remove the sealer stuck on the surface. Virtually all other sealers stay on the surface of the material and do not penetrate into the stone.

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Treated indoor and outdoor surfaces are easier to clean and keep looking good for longer. Additional coats can be applied at any time in the future to a cleaned surface.

Will not flake, yellow, crack, blister or break down in high alkalis and reduces concrete dusting. Breathable: water vapor permeates freely, avoiding moisture build-up inside the material; and is backed by a 5-year warranty. Allow for a minimum of 30 minutes for product to penetrate the surface then thoroughly polish off any excess product residue with clean, dry, white cloths, towels or similar. Avoid contact with moisture for a minimum of 8 hours after application. The level of enhancement will vary dependent on the type of material being treated.



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Eventually, wear and tear and cleaning will affect the enhancement and sealing performance.

Once enhanced, the treated surface cannot be restored back to the original look. Avoid inhaling vapor or spray mist and ensure area is well ventilated.

Retains surface hardness and wet slip resistance of porous flooring materials. Minimizes moss, mold and mildew growth, hides scratches, efflorescence and imperfections. A third coat may be required for premium stain protection on very porous surfaces.

It is advised to test on a sample piece before applying the product to your surface. If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand. Keep away from heat, hot surfaces, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources. Wear suitable solvent-resistant glove, protective clothing, safety goggles and an organic vapor respirator during application. If skin contact occurs remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly. Spillage: take up mechanically or with absorbent material such as sand or saw dust.

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This in turn creates a deeper barrier of protection within the natural stones, pavers, and tiles and not only protects them against staining but also protects them from natural elements such as sunlight and foot traffic. Granite sealer for instance can vary depending on the brand and the overall usage, commercial versus residential traffic.

The easy one-coat application makes cleaning easier and keeps the surface of your materials looking newer for longer periods of time. At the same time that the material is becoming more water-repellant, the treated material forms a network inside itself which helps to consolidate and strengthen the overall material.

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Does anyone know which is the best sealer and what makes each one better or worse than the other?

I am retired and trying to keep my costs down, but our travertine marble tile is really looking aged after 12 years and because its a soft tile, there are lots of chunks that need filling, so we need to do this restore work. Either product still has to be properly applied to work to their full potential. If you can prove that it was, you get more sealer if you are lucky. Don’t get hung up on warranties unless it is an automobile or some kind of electronics. You are a solid guy when you can separate your professional advice about a product from your personal feelings about the poor way you were treated. You will waste a 1/4 gallon with evaporation alone as well as in the painters pad applicator along with whatever you are pouring it in to hold it.

In your response you mention the number of coats, which the contractor and distributor never mentioned to me.



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I will now have to address the number of coats directly with the contractor plus making sure it is applied with a painters pad or lambswool applicator. Polished travertine is going to have less absorption than honed travertine.

It does matter how many coats applied, as well as method of application.

It’s a high solids, rapid curing, solvent based, impregnating sealer. As mentioned earlier, proper maintenance procedure’s and products are every bit as important as the impregnating sealer and process. If you’ve never used it before, or tried it, how are you going to know that it in fact is better? However, a skilled person in the restoration trade knows what to use and how to use it. Since 5x or some other acidic component is the last step to pop the shine, that would just eat up and destroy the sealer. I know a sealer is better by testing it, preferably not on your customer’s floor. I say in my experience because sometimes in my 22 years of this business, someone will come along and beg to differ. That material has a lot of fishers in it usually (open veins) so just know that even after it is polished, when you stand back and look at it on an angle, you still are likely to see those fishers. I would definitely make a point to ask about the grout specifically when choosing the contractor to hire.

Thanks for any help you can give me to make the right decision! It depends a lot on the finish and absorbency of the individual stone.

If the stone is not cared for and maintained specifically as instructed you get nothing. Use the product as directed and clean it as directed and you won’t have a problem. These warranties are great sales tools, but they are written by lawyers so that it’s near impossible for most people to take advantage of them for the reasons you gave. Is it possible you were thinking of quarts and not gallons, since it’s sold in quarts?


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Coverage rates will be substantially better over polished travertine. Polished travertine is going to scratch, etch, and wear no matter what impregnator you use. You have to use two just to make sure the first one worked. You have enough info to go on now to see if the guy knows what he is doing and we are always here for advice. To ask someone to use a sealer they are not familiar with and then use it on my floor first is just bad advice to me. I am slightly confused about who is sealing this floor, you or the restoration guy?

It’s application doesn’t require you to be certified, though certification programs for new products may be up and coming. Customers are always being told this is better than that yada yada.

If it’s only one coat, then obviously one bid is more than the other and it becomes a matter of who does the better work, etc. If you don’t want a highly polished surface, you could always ask about a honed finish which won’t show scratches like polished but that is up to you. If the grout were to be sealed, its easier to go over the entire floor quickly, rather than on your hands and knees to go along each joint.

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He said they use it to protect all their concrete work, and it is the only brand that won’t eventually turn yellow.

I seal my slate every year from weather and it has a very nice enhancer that really brings out the colors of your stone work.

When he hired a professional tile guy to seal it, it wasn’t done properly and never curried. Although these days in our area, finding a good stretch of dry weather will be the trickiest part. I read more about dry treat last night – a little more on the science side of it, and it’s very convincing. I hope we get a few more nice weeks before the blazing heat sets in.

Is there a better time of day or outdoor temperature to consider when applying?



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A failure is a treated surface that does not repel water and/or stains from a non-acidic non-solvent based liquid when compared to an untreated surface. I will definitely do a sample test and make sure it dries without being tacky. Say, why don’t you go ahead and use it on your driveway, and let me know what you think? ! This coming week is supposed to be dry and sunny (and not too hot) around here, but the timing is wrong for the indoor workers.

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