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ChemMasters: Polyseal WB

ChemMasters: Polyseal WB

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Polyseal WB

Pure Acrylic Non-Yellowing Concrete Cure and Seal

Polyseal WB is a high solids, water-based, non yellowing, acrylic concrete curing and sealing compound. This state-of-the-art proprietary formulation forms a tough acrylic film to effectively cure fresh concrete and protect older concrete.

Polyseal WB creates a medium gloss membrane which remains clear throughout its service life. Polyseal WB can be colored with Polyseal WB Tint in a variety of standard and special colors.

Uses

  • Interior concrete where a curing compound that meets ASTM C1315 standards is desired, but where the fumes from a solvent based product would be objectionable.
  • Exterior concrete curing where a non-yellowing formulation is preferred and water-based clean-up is desired.
  • Enhance the color and provide a uniform appearance of dry shake hardened floors, integral colored concrete and acid stained concrete while curing and sealing the surface.
  • Seal and dustproof older interior or exterior concrete.

Advantages

  • Protects concrete surfaces against deicing chemicals, fertilizers, salts, grease, oil, alkalies, mild acids and detergents.
  • Minimizes spalling due to freeze-thaw cycle exposure, hair line checking, premature cracking, dusting and other common defects which result from improperly cured concrete.
  • Seals out most construction dirt and stains, and prevents mortar, plaster and concrete droppings from bonding to concrete surfaces.
  • Tint pack system available in twelve standard colors; special color matching available subject to minimum quantities.
  • Tinted Polyseal WB may be used to cure or seal rough finished colored concrete and aids in hiding finishing imperfections or variations in color.

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