Applying Concrete Treat To Outdoor Concrete To Prevent Spalling

Protect ANY Outdoor Concrete: Paving Stones, Patios, Sidewalks, Driveways & More!

Concrete Treat: Concrete Blanket and Sealer is a concrete sealer product that applies easily to any outdoor concrete surface. It's colorless, unaffected by UV rays, and will not change the appearance of your concrete. It dries in just 2-4 hours, and it can be applied to wet concrete, dried concrete, and newly placed concrete, even in temperatures as low as 28°F and rising.

Concrete Treat protects concrete from damage caused by spalling, as well as making it washable when stains from oil and other chemicals are spilled. Concrete Treat will also protect your outdoor concrete from damage done to de-icers and similar products. Concrete Treat is appropriate for any of the following uses:

Spalling Prevention

Concrete Treat seals the pores of concrete, preventing water from seeping into the concrete and freezing. This prevents the concrete surface from spalling, keeping your concrete looking great!

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badly spalling concrete in a driveway

De-Icer Protection

De-icers can soak into concrete through surface pores, where they intensify the freeze-thaw cycle and later crystallize to cause spalling. Concrete Treat stops de-icers from damage your concrete surfaces.

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snow covered concrete steps about to have de-icer applied to them

Concrete Sidewalks

Concrete sidewalks and walkways receive tough treatment from rain, snow, de-icers, stains, and other damage. Applying Concrete Treat will ensure that your concrete sidewalks look new for the long haul.

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spalling on a concrete sidewalk that's old and deteriorating

Concrete Treat is easy to use! Apply it once with a sprayer, brush, roller, or other applicator, and in 2-4 hours, your concrete is permanently protected.  Order Concrete Treat online today!

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