- Preserves & Protects Natural Surface Tone
- Provides Water, Salt, Stain & UV Protection
- Bonds Joint Sand to Reduce Sand Loss
- Inhibits Weed Growth & Insect Infestation
- Promotes Easier Cleaning & Maintenance
- Antifungal Film Protection
- Breathable, Immediate Application Water Based Sealer
SB-1300 Joint Stabilizing Sealer is a water-based, single component, acrylic co-polymer sealer and joint sand stabilizer. SB-1300 is specially formulated with an antifungal designed to help inhibit the growth of mold, moss and algae on the sealer film when applied to horizontal and vertical surfaces. This product can be used inside and outside, on old and new pavements, sealing the surface and stabilizing joint sand at the same time. It can be applied immediately after paver installation, as it is breathable and will not trap naturally occurring efflorescence. This breathability feature also decreases freeze thaw damage and improves surface durability and ease of maintenance. SB-1300 is non-hazardous and VOC/EPA compliant. SB-1300 has the consistency of water and is milky white when applied and dries clear, creating a natural look with matte finish. SB-1300 is a single application product. Cured sealer is freeze resistant to -60°F (-51°C) and is stable up to a temperature of 180°F (82°C).
Joint Stabilizing Sealers can be used just as a sealer for pavers, concrete and other masonry surfaces without joint sand stabilization.
Ideal for concrete and clay pavers, decorative or plain concrete, masonry, natural or manufactured stone, unglazed tile and terrazzo.
A test area is always recommended to determine product suitability and compatibility with your specific surface before use and also if desired results are achievable. Due to the inherent variability of natural stone and clay products, long term performance may vary. Please consult with us prior to sealing if there are concerns.
|Sealing with joint stabilization||80 – 120||7.4 – 11.1|
|Sealing without joint stabilization||150 – 300||13.9 – 27.9|
Per gallon. Single application. Actual coverage may vary depending on the type, age, condition, porosity of the surface, application method and other local conditions such as temperature and humidity.