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Sealer EC 101 WB for Masonry 5 gallon

Quick Overview

  • Water Based Product does not Cloud during Drying
  • Easy to apply, no mixing, use low pressure sprayer
  • Easy Recoating for Touchups
  • Works on old and new surfaces, long lasting
  • Coverage 150 sqft per gallon

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Item #: 89-665  UPC : 647829895433  MPN : EC 101 WB
Original Price: $235.35
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Sealer EC 101 WB for Masonry, Concrete and Pavers 

Sealers can slightly darken the color.

This is a natural look sealer water based sealer and the before and after color difference

Sealing a Concrete Table Top

This is an after sealing photo of a concrete patio table sealed with EC 101 WB  There are many concrete or similar style surfaces that can be sealed with EC 101 WB a quality masonry and concrete sealer

Safety Data Sheet

EC 101 WB forms a uniform, long lasting, water repellent coating on pavers, concrete surfaces, brick and split faced block.

The coating enhances the surface without leaving the surface slippery. 

Efflorescence problems can be removed even after the coating has been applied.  

  • Water based product 
  • Does not cloud during the drying process if moisture is present
  • Bonds with the substrate for excellent adhesion
  • Allows efflorescence to pass through sealer for easy future cleanup
  • Durable and resistant to traffic and wear
  • Easy to touchup with a simple recoat
  • Not affected by most cleaners
  • Long term water repellency
  • Works on old and new surfaces
  • Stabilizes joint sand on Paver applications
  • Coverage is 150 sq ft per gallon (Plus or Minus for porosity and texture)
Application Instructions:
Surface preparation: Apply to a dry surface,.

After rain, wait for at least 24 hours
After Pressure Washing wait for 3 days (Apply in dry weather).
Brush off parts with crumbly, powdery or encrusted surfaces.
Clean stained surfaces.
Spreading:   With a flat brush on very rough materials or a roller should only be used on small surface areas.
Spraying:    With an airless spray gun with a variable spray nozzle.

Notes: Whatever the application method, the product must be applied until the surface is saturated, without being glossy. The glossy appearance should not remain. Most of the time, a single coat is enough to have the desired result provided product has been applied correctly.

EC 101 WB forms uniform, long lasting, water repellent coating on pavers, concrete surfaces, brick and split faced block. This coating enhances the surface without leaving the surface slippery when used on horizontal surfaces. Efflorescence problems can be dealt with even after the coating has been applied. EC 101 WB protects from water, normal wear, and some food and oil stains.


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