Paver Sealing

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Old 10-24-2017, 11:04 PM   #1
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Paver Sealing

Just laid a 400 sq/ft paver patio. I'm wanting to seal the pavers but have seen where some companies recommend waiting up to a year for effloresense to release. I'm looking to use super seal 25 which is said to let the pavers breathe. With this sealer letting it breathe would it be OK to go ahead and seal them? If not should I just go ahead and put in polymeric sand for the winter? Thanks in advance
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Re: Paver Sealing

Kindof a big risk, I'd just do the sand for the time being.


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