EASYSeal Sandstone Sealer & Enhancer
Free Delivery if ordered with stone ( call for delivered price otherwise )
A simple to use PROFESSIONAL GRADE water based, non-solvent, solution which enriches, boosts and enhances the natural colour of your Sandstone paving without giving it a false shiny finish. Whilst Sandstone Sealer and Enhancer has been design specifically for sandstone it is suitable for sealing and enhancing other types of natural stone. When looking to seal and enhancer slate or limestone we suggest you use our EASYSeal Slate and Limestone which has been designed for less porous stone.
The clever formulation is designed to give a constant, vibrant appearance all across the paving. As a bonus, EASYSeal Sandstone Sealer Enhancer also provides a good level of protection for the paving.
We’ve improved our Colour Enhancer from a 1 litre concentrate to a new ‘ready to use’ 5 litre formula.
It’s designed for Sandstone but also suitable for most types of natural stone.
The replacement product for Colour enhancer and it suitable for most types of natural stone
Natural stone varies in levels of porosity, therefore on more porous stone or uneven surfaces the coverage will be less and more product will be required. For less porous stone, such as slate and limestone use our EASYSeal Slate and Limestone sealer and enhancer. EASYSeal Sandstone Sealer & Enhancer is for more porous natural stone.
Apply product, undiluted using a brush, roller or squeegee or sprayer. Ensure no ponding occurs. Apply two coats for best results allowing 3 to 4 hours between coats.
Note: Sealer MUST NOT be applied to wet or damp surfaces, if rain is imminent, or if ambient temperatures are below +5OC over a 24 hr period.
Up to 25m²
Natural stone varies in levels of porosity, therefore on more porous stone the coverage will be less and more product will be required. Adding more coats will increase the effect and provide a higher level of protection. For even greater colour enrichment apply a 3rd coat before the 2nd is dry. Applying additional coats to the sandstone when the previous coat is completely dry may result in pooling and a patchy finish. Do not apply more than 3 coats. The final result will simply be an exaggeration of the natural stone colours in their natural state. The full curing process takes up to 24 hours – longer in cold conditions.