Sealing Majestic Ashlar Stamped Concrete That Has Been Poured at Your St. Louis County or St. Charles County Home or Business is Vital for the Long Term Health and Well Being of the Stamped Concrete.
Sealing concrete is important. If you heard me once, you have heard me say (or read) that a hundred times. Concrete is awesome – yes I agree (that is why I have a bowl full every morning) – but as awesome as concrete is, with a little TLC concrete will shine and perform better than Cloud Computing at the Preakness!
You have to admit – that is a pretty stellar performance!
Anyway, cutting to the chase – below are a few photos of the Majestic Ashlar Stamped Patio that was poured a short time ago and I Originally Wrote About Here…
While Majestic Ashlar is a Wonderful Looking Stamped Concrete Patio – it is a chore to seal because of all the grooves. Instead of simply rolling on the sealer across the surface in an appropriate manner, one must ‘cut in’ each and every groove with a brush, too!
The reason for the cutting in with the brush is to make sure that all surfaces of the concrete do have sealer on them. Also, and just as important, is to make sure too much sealer is not resting in the grooves! If too much sealer was left behind it would make for an ugly finish once it was dry that most humans on this planet would not like.
While you #DIYers can most likely seal your own Majestic Ashlar Stamped Concrete – just take a word of advice and block out several (3-5) hours to seal your concrete correctly. If you get bored or in a hurry on this one you will surely not like the results later.