Masonry Saver (Defy) Paver Sealer 5 Gallon

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Masonry Saver (Defy) Epoxy Fortified Paver Sealer is formulated with special, heavy duty resins and mildewcides, that help to reduce the occurrence of fungus while also encapsulating the joint sand to retard the infiltration of ant colonies. It is also a paver sand sealer which helps keep patios cleaner by stabilizing the joint sand, bonding it firmly in place, and helping to keep the sand from washing out during periods of heavy rain as well as helping to reduce weeds from growing up through the joint sand. When properly applied, Defy Epoxy Fortified Paver Sealer enhances the beauty of any paver with a rich "wet" look without causing the surface to become slippery.

  • Protection From Water & Ultra-Violet Light Damage
  • Protection From De-Icing Salts & Chemicals
  • Freeze/Thaw Protection
  • Stabilizes Joint Sand to Reduce Rain Wash-Out
  • Minimizes Weed Growth and Ant Colonization
  • Mildew/Fungus Protection
  • Provides a Rich "Wet Look" to Stone & Concrete

Coverage Rate:(2 Coats)
Cement Pavers: 75-150 sq. feet per gallon

Clay Pavers: 150-200 feet per gallon. Actual rates will vary widely due to substrate porosity.

Gallon Sizes:
1's & 5's
Coats Required:
2 Coats.
Coverage Per Gallon:
Cement Pavers:
75-150 sq. ft. per gallon
Clay Pavers:
150-200 sq. ft. per gallon
Temperature:
50-100 F
Application Tools:
Sprayer
Dry Time:
2 Hours
Cleanup:
Water & Soap
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Thursday, 19 October 2017

Masonry Saver Epoxy Fortified Paver Sealer enhances the beauty of any paver with a rich wet look and satin shine.

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    Alan Crane · 09/06/2019
    About 10 years ago I used your Masonry Saver Paver Sealer on a long walkway made of hand molded clay bricks. It worked fine in stabilizing the sand joints, but I now realize that it was the wrong product for the bricks. Their surface is too uneven, and the sealer collected in the pits and cracks, leaving milky residue. Now I would like to try something else, but I need to clean the bricks first. There doesn't seem to be any film on them, but some appear hazy, which must be from the sealer (a patio made from the same bricks but not treated does not show this haze). I have power washed them and used Jomax solution, which helps, but the haze remains. I can't use a very high pressure power wash because the bricks are fairly soft. What do you suggest?

    Thanks, Alan
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      thesealerstore · 09/06/2019
      You would have to chemically strip off the old paver sealer.
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        Alan Crane · 09/06/2019
        which product would you recommend?
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          thesealerstore · 09/06/2019
          I am sorry but we do not offer a paver sealer stripper on this website. Do a search for Paver Sealer Strippers on Google and you can find some.