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Concrete pavers can be sealed DIY with V-Seal 101. You can buy it online and with a pump sprayer, apply it yourself. At approx 430sqft you'd need 2-3 gallons to do the job.
The Product is 194.95/gal so therein lies the cost aspect you were shocked by. Others may be more expensive but low cost on labor to apply.
Rod & Beth
Hi, I Just finished getting some concrete pavers laid (During the rain) epoxy vegas. Because of the light beige color, I want to seal them to protect them from dirt. I have had some prices to get them sealed and the price has totally shocked me! $600 to $700 or about 15psqm I am pretty sure it could not be that hard to coat about 40SQM of them Does anybody know or can recommend a good quality sealing product that I can use? It is only a courtyard but it is a main entrance to the back door and there is a chance we will be BBQing there. What type of product should I use, an acrylic sealer or another? Any other info that may help or is $15 .00 SQM a fair price? Thanks,
It seems that my golf cart batteries dripped onto a buddy's new concrete while my cart was parked there over the course of a few weeks while I rebuilt my storage room. The stains are orang/tan and I do have a couple of places where the concrete blistered. Not concerned much about the blistered area as I will skim it with some patch. The solution to the stain problem and how, please? What will remove the stain or bleach the concrete back to the normal off-white color? concrete sealing jacksonville