Features

  • Wet look

  • Years of protection against sun and water damage

  • Helps prevent color of pavers from fading

  • Non-yellowing

  • Helps stabilize joints between pavers

  • Helps minimize mold and algae growth

  • Inhibits weeds and anthills

Applications

  • Clear coating to enhance and protect cement, pavers, and stone

  • Acrylic sealer for concrete, brick pavers, interlocking pavers, and other surfaces

  • One of the best paver sealers and stain protectants

Cobble Coat High Solids

Cobble Coat High Solids is a crystal clear, solvent-based sealer designed to protect and beautify brick pavers, concrete floors, and Texture Deck. Providing an enhanced, wet look appearance with semi-gloss finish, Cobble Coat High Solids is made from 100% acrylic resins and is higher in solids than most conventional concrete sealers. Cobble Coat High Solids provides water and UV light resistance with unusually good adhesion to a variety of substrates. Cobble Coat High Solids is recommended for application by contractors only.
 
Each gallon of Cobble Coat High Solids will cover approximately 200 square feet per coat; the 5 gallon container of Cobble Coat High Solids will cover approximately 1,000 square feet. Coverage will depend on surface porosity, joint width and method of application. Second coat will take slightly less product.

Product Directions

Surfaces must be clean and dry before sealing. All grease, oil and potential contaminants must be removed.

 

Concrete should cure a minimum of 28 days before sealing.

Interlocking brick does not require etching.

 

Cobble Clean and Cobble Prep may be used for specific cleaning situations. Two thin coats provide the best results.

 

Do not apply Cobble Coat more frequently than every 18 months to avoid buildup of the sealer.

 

DO NOT thin material. Future applications should be applied in only one thin coat.

 

Cobble Coat High Solids is recommended for application by contractors only.

 

READ LABEL THOROUGHLY BEFORE APPLYING PRODUCT.

 

COBBLE COAT HIGH SOLIDS IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON SURFACES WHERE MOISTURE IS UNABLE TO DISSIPATE.

                         - Quality Since 1950

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