MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer Review 2022  5/5 (4)

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This post was most recently updated on January 19th, 2022

MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer Review

MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer Review

2022 MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer Review

As of 2022, we have found that the MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer is one of the most popular sealers for Stamped Concrete Patios, Driveways, and walkways. If you have any questions as to the best type of stamped concrete sealer for your project, please ask below in our Q&A area. We are here to help!


MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer is a non-yellowing acrylic polymer blend sealer formulated for use on properly cured stamped concrete surfaces. MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer dust proofs concrete with a durable acrylic blend resin. MasonrySaver® Decorative Concrete Sealer leaves an attractive, non-yellowing durable gloss finish that protects concrete from damage and color loss due to ultra-violet light, moisture, and abrasion/wear.

This sealer can be applied on top of previously applied solvent or water-based sealers without creating an adhesion issue.

Applied to a Stamped Concrete Patio.

MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer Ratings (1-10)

Wet Look: 7

– The MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer did darken the surface similar to other water-based sealers. Overall enhancing of the surface was acceptable but not as good as a solvent-based sealer.

Gloss Level: 8

– We applied 2 coats of the sealer at 150 square feet per gallon. The gloss level was a semi-gloss shine after drying.

Joint Sand Hardening: N/A

– Not Applicable for decorative concrete surfaces.

Fading/Wearing After 2 Years: 7

– After 2 years the MasonrySaver sealer has lost about 30% of its gloss and wet look. There was not wearing or pitting of the surface.

White Haze/Yellowing: 10

– No yellowing or white haze after 2 years.

Overall Score MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer at 2 Year Period: 8.0

– The MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer is an excellent concrete sealer for any exterior decorative surface. We have personally used this sealer on numerous projects. We really like that we can use this sealer on top of any old coating. It does not matter if the previous coating was water or oil-based. Extremely easy to apply and a durable sealer that can be re-coated without any issues.

Product Information:

Where To Buy Online: MasonrySaver Decorative Concrete Sealer
Sealer Type: Gloss Water-Based Acrylic Blend
Types of Substrates: Stamped Concrete, Acid Stains, Decorative Concrete Surfaces
Coats Required: 2 coats
Coverage Per Gallon: 100-150 sq. ft
Application Tools: Plastic Sprayer
Dry Time: 4-6 Hours
Cleanup: Soap and Water
VOC Compliant: Compliant in all States
Manufacturer: SaverSystems

Test Stats:

Surface Type: Stamped Concrete Patio
UV Exposure: Full Sun
How Many Years Tested: 2 Years

*All products tested and results are from our experience. We offer no guarantee of similar results. Take into consideration that results may differ due to different surface types, exposure to UV radiation, and traffic.

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Randy
Randy
1 year ago

I am not sure whether a water based or solvent based sealer was put on my stamped concrete patio built10 yrs ago. Have not sealed since then. Which type of product do you recommend? How is it then applied? spray or roller, or either?

Randy
Randy
1 year ago

So I could use the Super Seal 25 even not knowing what product was used 10 years ago?

Jim
Jim
2 years ago

What temp can I safely apply this product down to?

James
James
2 years ago

What is the temp range for application on this product? Will dry times be affected by cooler temps?

Lynn Stephany
Lynn Stephany
2 years ago

I have concrete paver patios. In other words they are separate bricks. They’re called Cobblestone pavers and they’ve never been sealed. I think this product might be nice but this is the kind of patio with locking sand between pavers. Can I use this?

Petra
Petra
2 years ago

I have a 10 year old stamped patio that has been sealed 3 times. Last two times it has been sealed with a water based sealer with a non slip added to it. The last time it was sealed (2 years ago) it had milky areas in some spots that then flaked of. Should it be power washed first? Will this sealer work?
Thank you

Michelle Eaton
Michelle Eaton
2 years ago

What is the best sealer to use over ECO Ascent color ( antiquing concrete color wash) water based color, on exterior stamped concrete

Jason
Jason
2 years ago

I have an interior smooth finish floor that was stained with a powder dye. Will this adhere to the floor?

Debra Phillips
Debra Phillips
2 years ago

I have a colored concrete patio that is 3 years old. I was told that it needs to be sealed every three years. What is the best sealant to use for the job. The patio is a light green in color and does not have any designs but rather swirls and dips.

Kristi Carpenter
Kristi Carpenter
2 years ago

Can this be applied with a roller or is it better to use a sprayer?

Saskia Beaton
Saskia Beaton
3 years ago

What is the best stamped concrete sealer to use on a front porch that is protected from the sun in Nova Scotia Canada?
It was just poured and stamped yesterday and would like to know if a colour can be added as well.
Thanks. We are diy-ers and my husband is building the house for my daughter.

Ahmer Nadeem
Ahmer Nadeem
3 years ago

I have a stamped concrete driveway of about 1500 Sq ft in Toronto. It was installed about 6 years ago and never been sealed after initial installation. At a few locations, it also has pitting (eroded concrete). It has become dull in look but overall in good shape. Which sealant is best to protect, enhance the colour and look vibrant? Please also advise if I can add an additive to make it less slippery. Thanks.

Mark
Mark
3 years ago

I want to use this product on a pool surround. Is it slip resistant? Or is there anything you can do to help make it less slippery?

CCL
CCL
2 years ago

Why can you not add “slip grip” to this?

Derek
Derek
3 years ago

Can I add this on top of a Behr Wet Sealer application?

Joe
Joe
3 years ago

Just to confirm, this water-based sealer is okay to apply over a previously oil-based sealer?

Joe
Joe
3 years ago

Thank you for the quick response.

Melanie
Melanie
3 years ago

Hello, What water based sealer would you recommend for interior concrete floors? I’d like a durable finish that will darken (wet-look?) the concrete color. I’m sealing concrete that is dyed with water based dye. I’d prefer a semi-gloss sheen, to avoid a plastic-like look.
Thank you!

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