What is White Cloudy Sealer and How is it Removed?

November 24 2014

When applying sealers, there are many things to consider in order ensuring that your sealer looks perfect. For the most part, many surfaces, such as pavers and concrete, are sealed to protect them.

One of the common misconceptions with sealer is that the more that is applied, the better your surface is protected. However, this is a common misconception. When you apply too much sealer, it gets too heavy. The mistake of applying too much sealer is either done by the homeowner or the contractor. This is another reason why it is important to make sure that you hire a trusted contractor who knows exactly what they are doing. Hiring an expert is supposed to make your life easier, not more complicated! Applying a thin coat of sealer protects you surface just as much as a thick coat without rendering the surface impervious to rising moisture. Too much sealer will result in a cloudy look over time.  When your sealer gets cloudy, All About Pressure Cleaning is an expert company that knows exactly how to fix this problem. There are seven easy steps.

  1. Protect your landscape
  2. Surface and surroundings preparation
  3. Applying solution to remove old sealer
  4. Old sealer removal
  5. Sanding
  6. Removing excess sand
  7. Fresh sealer application

Interested in learning more about how to restore your cloudy sealer? Give us a call today,  561-558-4213 for a free estimate or contact us by email.