Tinted Concrete Sealer
$11.95 – $199.95
The fastest way to Add or Restore Concrete Color—Cost Effective, One-Step Color Option for Indoor or Outdoor Surfaces
Choice Of Color and Finish
Available in Quart, 1 Gallon and 5 Gallons
Direct Colors Tinted Concrete Sealer is not a paint. Tinted concrete sealers remain translucent and do not hide imperfections in the concrete. The colors on the Direct Colors Tinted Sealer Color Chart have been achieved on gray concrete. Tinted sealer colors will appear different from the color chart on previously colored concrete depending on the existing conditions. While a pre-application test is always important, it is highly recommended under these circumstances. Consider applying a single coat of clear sealer with a roller or pump up sprayer over the tinted sealer for more uniform wear on outdoor concrete. Do not add anti-slip grit additive to tinted concrete sealers. If an anti-slip surface is desired for tinted sealer application, add the non slip additive to a clear concrete sealer top coat for both added durability and a non-slip finish. Visit our Tinted Concrete Sealer Photo Gallery for project ideas and color options.
Applying Tinted Concrete Sealer:
All Tinted Concrete Sealer products must be shaken well before and during use to ensure even pigment distribution during application. Tinted Concrete Sealers must be vigorously shaken and thoroughly combined before attempting to apply. For best results, shake to combine in the container, pour the contents into a 5-gallon bucket and mix using a paint paddle and drill motor on low speed. Solvent-based sealers can be mixed in their original 5-gallon container.
The method used to apply sealer depends on the type of surface and the variety of sealer used. Tinted solvent-based sealers can be either sprayed or applied with an applicator and are appropriate for both indoor and outdoor applications. Water-based sealers are preferred for occupied homes/offices and for all basements applications due to the fumes. Always use caution when applying solvent-based sealers, particularly indoors. Solvent-based sealers have a strong chemical odor. Wear a respirator while applying the sealer and make certain the area is well ventilated to the outside during and after the application. Two thin coats are recommended for outdoor concrete. Apply 1-2 coats of clear sealer over the tinted sealer for enhanced durability and more uniform wear on outdoor concrete. Spray solvent based sealer top coats using a fence and deck sprayer for best results.
Concrete Sealant Coverage:
200 square feet per gallon. Coverage rates depend on the surface condition of the concrete. Rougher, broom-finished and porous concrete, especially older, eroded outdoor slabs, will require more product to seal properly. Two coats are recommended for outdoor concrete.
Customers with machine troweled, ground, or smooth hand-troweled floors should apply sealers in the following manner for best results:
• Tinted Solvent-Based Satin and High Gloss Concrete Sealers are best applied using a pump-up fence and deck sprayer. Spray with the red tip.
• Tinted Water-Based Satin Finish Concrete Sealers should be applied with a de-fuzzed 3/8″ nap roller. Keep the roller evenly and consistently loaded with sealer at all times during application to avoid roller marks and streaking.
• DO NOT apply Water-Based Concrete Sealer if the surface temperature is under 60°F. See application instructions for complete temperature guidelines.
Textured, Broom Finished or Stamped Concrete Floors:
Concrete sealers should be applied with either a pump-up fence sprayer or a short-nap roller (approximately 3/8″) or less. For best results with a roller, use the pan grid to purge the roller of all excess sealer and apply with slow, even strokes. Sealer bubbles, should they occur, can be removed with a hair dryer set to cool or a clean leaf blower set to low speed.
Generally, the thinner the concrete sealant application, the stronger and more durable the sealer will become. Applying a thick coat will result in an inconsistent finish with tacky areas that may not set-up correctly. Allow solvent-based sealers to dry for AT LEAST 4-6 hours between coats. Water-based sealers should be given up to 24 hours to set-up between coats. If you live in a humid climate or the weather conditions are damp and overcast, give the surface additional time to dry. DO NOT walk on wet sealer as it will leave permanent impressions on your surface. Cover your feet with plastic bags to protect your floor’s finish during application.
Indoor concrete sealant applications require either a commercial or residential wax to protect your sealer from daily wear and tear. All Direct Colors Concrete Wax and Floor Polish products are water-based and should be applied using a mop with a hand wringer or with the applicator of your choice. Commercial wax intended for business use or for homes with indoor dogs and pets should be buffed after the initial application.
• One step color and seal for interior floors and outdoor concrete
• Affordable, fast drying and easy to apply flooring option
• Time and money saving flooring solution for commercial floors
• Restore faded color to outdoor stamped and textured concrete
• Comprehensive How-to Information included with purchase
• Available in 40 colors
• Try 4 oz or 8 oz. Tinted Concrete Sealer samples for testing and small concrete projects
Also Recommended For Exterior Use
Tinted Concrete Sealer Color Chart