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Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer

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Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer
Trojan Masonry & Concrete Sealer
 
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8 oz sample [+$7.95]
1 gallon - normally $42.95 Sale@ [+$36.50]
5 gallon - $35.75/gal (best deal) [+$178.75]
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ARCHITECT & SPECIFICATION INFORMATION: See Architects Section Category

15 Year Waterproofing Warranty

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Trojan Masonry Sealer is a penetrating masonry and concrete sealer that includes a proprietary water-based polyester polymer. Once dry, the polyester polymer forms a barrier that completely fills the voids and solidifies the substrate. Although its named Trojan Masonry Sealer, it can be used on most any porous surface.

  • Non-Toxic & Environmentally Safe
  • Permanently Waterproofs 
  • Use on Concrete, Brick, Pavers or Porous Stone
  • No Shine, Non Slip & Will Not Darken Surface Color
  • Water Based - Easy Spray on Application
  • Apply on Horizontal or Vertical Surfaces
  • Penetrating Polyester Seals & Densifies
  • Increases Substrate Strength for Durability & Longer Life
  • 200 sq. ft. Coverage per Gallon


Brick Sealer - Trojan can densify the brick or paver, thereby increasing its strength and future durability. As it is not a topical sealant, Trojan will not be slippery nor change the look of the surface, yet permanently protect against water or oil/contaminants from absorbing.

Concrete Sealer - Concrete is very porous and subject to 'freeze thaw' conditions in winter climates, whereby water freezes in the pores during the evening and then thaws out during the day. This constant contraction/expansion helps 'spall' (chip/fragment/flake) concrete. Even in warmer climates, weather, abrasion and contaminants will weaken the substrate over time. Trojan will permanently fill the pores to help prevent future spalling/deterioration and provide easier maintenance of the surface. Its like poring liquid plastic into your concrete.

Driveway Sealer - Deicing chemicals and salts that cars track in from the highways are highly corrosive to concrete. Over time those chemicals will pit the surface. The natural abrasion of driving on concrete, weathering and car fluids that leak into the substrate also take their toll. Trojan will strengthen and provide stain resistance, yet unlike topical sealants will not wear away or provide 'hot tire pick-up' (hot tires melt surface coatings like acrylic sealers and then peal them up). 

Stone Sealer - Limestone for example is extremely porous and soft. Trojan will harden the stone but also not change the natural look of the surface.

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