I admit I'm lazy. My concrete patio is only a couple of years old.
I've decided to apply concrete sealer to protect and extends its
life. It doesn't have any grease stains, dirt or mildew. Do I still
need to use a concrete cleaner before applying the sealer?
On Sun, 17 Feb 2008 11:16:10 -0800 (PST), " email@example.com"
It is best to follow the manufacturer's suggestion on cleaning. A
power spray washer is the standard for cleaning concrete, although I
have never "cleaned mine," just kept it swept. The fall leaves
sometimes stain the concrete, but the sun eventually bleaches out the
On Feb 17, 3:45�pm, firstname.lastname@example.org (Malcolm Hoar) wrote:
oil based thompsons water seal works wonders, but does darken the
concrete a little.
it prevents water from absorbing into the concrete and espically if
your area freezes greatly extends concretes life.
apply a nice heavy coat for best protection
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