This post was most recently updated on January 15th, 2024
Stamped Concrete or Paver Sealer Turned White
Thank you for visiting Concrete Sealer Review throughout 2024 and beyond for concrete and brick paver sealer tips and advice. In this article, we explain what causes concrete or brick paver sealer to turn white sometimes, and what you can do to fix it. If you have any suggestions for the best way to fix concrete or brick paver sealer that turned white, or if you have any questions, feel free to leave us a comment below.
Why has my Brick Paver or Stamped Concrete Sealer Turned White?
This is a very common question and a fairly common occurrence. Typically, this happens to filming acrylic-based sealers that leave a shine on the surface. These sealers are typically applied to brick pavers and stamped concrete surfaces to enhance the overall appearance.
There is no one specific reason that your old sealer has blushed by turning white or cloudy, so there is no one remedy to fix it. In this article, we will go over the main reasons that your sealer has failed so you will be able to fix this problem permanently.