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Any sort of topcoat sealer, including enhancers that are overapplied, causing a buildup on the surface.

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  • tom says:

    Depending on what sealer is used, stripping may be impossible, and permanent damage is the result. If stripping is possible, the sealer might be removed, but can still leave permanent damage to the appearance of the pavers. A very common area of misinformation in the industry is the claim that a coating
    Any sort of topcoat sealer, including enhancers that are overapplied, causing a buildup on the surface.
    sealer can be redone by rubbing more sealer on it. The claim is that the previous sealer is remulsified and doesn’t need to be stripped. This is a huge problem. It just doesn’t work, and it makes the coating
    Any sort of topcoat sealer, including enhancers that are overapplied, causing a buildup on the surface.
    thicker!

  • Miles (foreman) says:

    Coatings on interior floors such as flagstone saltillo, or slate can be maintained and look fabulous for years. However any exterior use of coating or coatings on interior floors such as marble, limestone or travertine is just not the right way to properly finish or seal the stone. In my experience, exterior coatings will only last a year or two before they begin to fail. When it fails it will flake and start to dis color. Usually looking chalky or yellow. On interior floors, coatings will scuff, dis color and become patchy. More often than not people will continue to apply more coats of sealer to a floor when it starts looking bad. Over the years the layers can build up and really create a problem. Instead of re-coating floors we really need to get them stripped and make the stone look the way you want instead of putting more coating on it. It’s just disguising the underlying issue and postponing true beauty of the floor. It’s always great seeing customers faces when they see their floors for the first time without that gross coating! ” I didnt know it could look like that”!!!! One of the common responses we hear after stripping coating.

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