How to Seal with Glaze N' Seal's Stone Color Enhancer

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Glaze 'N Seal Stone Color Enhancer/Sealer is a "State-of-the-art penetrating sealer" for water, oil, and stain resistance on flamed, honed, textured, and tumbled marble, granite, limestone, and slate. It enhances color and seals in one easy step. It forms a barrier that resists moisture, stain and mildew. This product is breathable and does not leave a surface coating. Stain Defense Color Enhancer is VOC compliant. This product may be used as a pre-sealer and as a grout sealer that is suitable for: 

  • Showers
  • Kitchen 
  • Stucco
  • Driveways
  • Pool Areas
  • Patios
  • Garages
  • Bathroom
  • Graffiti Protection

Application

Always read product label carefully before using. TEST FIRST! Due to differences in materials, always test product in several small inconspicuous areas to determine suitability of product for your use. Surface must be free of all surface coatings and waxes, and must be clean and dry. Remove any wax or polish finishes with Glaze 'N Seal Stone Stripper. 

On new installations, apply to all surfaces before grouting to assist in easy clean-up and to resist grout staining. Apply liberal amount of Stone Color Enhancer with a new clean brush, roller, or paint pad. Do not spray product. Allow sealant to soak into your surface.

On very porous surfaces, a second coat may be applied one hour later. Allow to dry overnight before grouting.

After grout has cured and tile has bee thoroughly cleaned, apply an additional coat of Stone Color Enhancer over the entire surface including grout. Wipe excess sealant from surface after 5 minutes with a clean towel to avoid puddling.

Cure Time: Stone Color Enhancer cures in 24 hours. Allow surface to dry for 4 hours or overnight, before allowing traffic. Keep surface free from staining material for 72 hours.  

Coverage Rate: Stone Color Enhancer will vary widely depending on porosity and absorbency rate of surface to be sealed. Temperature and application method will also affect coverage. 

One quart will seal between 40-500 square feet.