Most concrete sealants dry quickly and usually become touch-dry within 1 to 3 hours. This is true for both penetrating and topical sealants. Penetrating sealants usually take less than 24 hours to be ready for traffic, while topical sealants usually require up to 48 hours to fully dry. This means that it is safe to walk on the sealed surface after a short period of time.
Although the sealant may be dry to the touch in a few hours, it can take up to 90 days for it to fully react with the concrete. To ensure that the sealant has been applied correctly, it is important to measure the area that has been sealed. This can be done by multiplying the length by the width in meters, or by dividing more complex shapes into separate rectangles and adding them together. At Tile Cleaners, we understand that it can be difficult to know what type of sealant is best for your project.
That's why we offer a range of specialized services for all types of surfaces. We recently worked with Monica Petrovski from West Beach, SA who had just installed several different types of tiles in her new house - stone tiles on the paths, marble tiles in the bathrooms and porcelain tiles in the kitchen - and wanted to know if it was possible to seal them all. Our team was very patient with Monica, explaining how they would apply the sealant to each type of tile, what sealant they would use, how long it would last and how she should care for her tiles. After gathering all the information she needed, Monica was ready to move forward with the project. At Tile Cleaners, we provide joint cleaning solutions for all types of tiles & Field Service Management Software.
We are committed to helping our customers get the best results from their projects in a timely manner.