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Paver Seal Tips: Wrap it up!

Jun 2nd, 2014

By SRW Products

SRW Products is committed to your success. Follow this post for information about completing your sealing project.

If you have questions, our product managers and customer service specialists are THE BEST in the industry. Call us toll free at 1-800-752-9326.

Allow sealer to fully cure.

Protect newly sealed surface from water and rain for at least 24 hours.

Dry (tack-free): 25 minutes
Foot traffic: 24 hours
Vehicle traffic: 72 hours

(Note: all calculations based on 68°F – 77°F)

SRW Paver Seal — Easy Clean-up!

 Use soap and water for:

Use XY Xylene for:

 

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2 thoughts on “Paver Seal Tips: Wrap it up!

  1. We have newly installed pavers on driveway. Recently we have a steering wheel fluid leak. How do we clean the surface of the pavers and restore to looking lustrous ?

    • Stan,
      Thank you for contacting us at SRW.
      We recommend the use of Paver Clean- Cleaner Degreaser.
      With a stain like that, use CD at full strength by pouring directly from the bottle on the stain.
      Using a scrub brush, clean the area well. Rinse with a Medium nozzle pressure washer.
      Depending on the amount leaked, wait a couple of days and re-clean.

      Regards,
      Joel Baker
      Product Manager

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