Best Application Tools for Paver Sealers and Concrete Sealers  4.5/5 (4)

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This post was most recently updated on January 26th, 2022

Application Tools for Paver Sealers & Concrete Sealers 

In 2022, we at Concrete Sealer Review remain a trusted source for brick paver sealer tips and reviews. Those who have used a concrete sealer or paver sealer know that you need the right tools before anything. Feel free to leave us a comment below.


Application Tools for Paver Sealers

Paver and concrete sealers are used to prolong the life of patios, driveways, pavers, masonry, and many other brick and concrete surfaces. They repel water and moisture and help to maintain the beauty of these types of surfaces. Most paver and concrete sealers can be applied by anyone using the proper application tools. Always follow the application methods recommended by the manufacturer. In addition, it is best to only apply sealers to a clean, dirt-free surface. Therefore washing the surface properly is highly recommended prior to applying any type of sealer. Not doing so may jeopardize the sealer’s effectiveness and longevity.

The best application tools for paver sealers and concrete sealers may be purchased from the same online authorized dealer where you purchase your sealer. Application tools can vary but the most widely used are brushes, stain pads, rollers, and a quality pump-up sprayer. The type of sealer may determine how it is best applied. The wet look or shiny sealers can be thicker in nature and may not apply well using a pump sprayer. A large brush or roller may work best.

Application Tools Concrete Sealers

Other paver and concrete sealers like thin water or solvent-based sealers can easily be applied using a pump-up sprayer like the Chapin Heavy Duty Sprayer. The type of sealer will determine the application methods. Other tools to consider are tarps for protecting surfaces you do not want to get sealer on, personal protection like gloves, and a sealer tray for using a roller or brush like the Wooster Wide Boy Bucket. Other items like whatever solvent you need for cleanup and rags should not be forgotten.

Using the best application tools for paver sealers and concrete sealers will make the job much easier. In addition, the best tools will give you the best results. Make life easier by using the best application tools for sealers and enjoy professional-like results without the hassle.

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RUTHAN SPEHAR
RUTHAN SPEHAR
2 hours ago

Can you suggest a concrete sealer for stamped concrete that won’t be slippery?

Tim
Tim
1 month ago

What sealer do you recommend for a paver patio and outdoor fireplace kitchen/concrete countertops.

We are looking for a natural non-wet or glossy look

Carie
Carie
1 year ago

The Behr Wet look sealer is horrible and turned everything white. Now, I have to pay more to have it stripped and resealed with a product that won’t turn it white. How can Home Depot continue to sell this product when so many people have complaints. What should have cost me $800 will now be tripled, as I have to remove the white coating, power wash it again, and reapply and pay for the labor to do this again.

Please spare yourself the work and cost of using the Behr product.

Robert Jacob Troidl
Robert Jacob Troidl
3 years ago

how do you tell the difference between clay and concrete pavers? For a wet & glossy look what do you recommend for each?

Bob
Bob
3 years ago

Did you get my picture?

Bob Troidl
Bob Troidl
3 years ago

This is what I have in the driveway

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Bob
Bob
3 years ago

Thanks for getting back to me

Bruce
Bruce
4 years ago

I had new pavesatone pavers replaced in a shaded back porch and front entry-way of my home. The existing pavers were about 4 years old and in sun exposed areas. There was a difference between the two but not grossly evident. All pavers were then sealed with SEK Sure-bond SB-6400 sealer. The new pavers look exceptional and really pop! The old pavers have variable uptake are exceptionally blotchy. They do repel water though. What is the problem with my old pavers?

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Bruce
Bruce
4 years ago

The old pavers never were sealed with any product.

Bruce
Bruce
4 years ago

Is there a good stripper for a Silane/Siloxane Sealer?

Thomas Essley
Thomas Essley
4 years ago

What thinner to use to clean tools after using solvent bases sealer

ronald nicholson
ronald nicholson
4 years ago

How would you seal a warehouse with say 100,000sq feet?

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