How to seal with Glaze ‘N Seal’s Wet Look Lacquer

Glaze ‘N Seal “Wet Look” GREEN is a revolutionary superlow VOC formula (75% lower than previous formulas) that complies with the strictest air quality regulations in the nation including South Coast AQMD. It is suitable for use in any “Green” building project. This crystal clear acrylic offers the ultimate stain protection in a high gloss finish indoors and outdoors. It brings life, luster and a fresh WET appearance to all decorative concrete, masonry and porous tile. The unique, proprietary deep penetrating formula provides superior bonding to the surface reducing the risk of peeling.

“Wet Look” GREEN protects and beautifies all decorative concrete surfaces, pavers, masonry and porous tile. Ideal for driveways, patios and garage floors. Also suitable for garden ponds, fountains and water features. Prevents oil and grease staining, eliminates concrete dusting and freeze/thaw problems. Resists UV fading, abrasion and efflorescence. Enhances true “WET LOOK” of sealed surfaces.


All surfaces must be free of efflorescence, dirt, oil, wax, grease and defective paint or sealers. If acid has been used, neutralize surface with a product like Glaze ‘N Seal Neutralizing Rinse and allow surface to dry thoroughly before applying lacquer. When water is used, allow surface to dry 72 hours before sealing.


Apply 2-4 thin, even coats (depending on porosity of surface) of “Wet Look“ Green Lacquer with a natural bristle brush, lamb’s wool applicator or low pressure sprayer (must be solvent resistant). Allow 1-3 hours between coats or until surface is dry to touch. Apply in temperatures between 55º and 80º. Avoid applying in direct, warm sunlight. Use only in well ventilated areas. Clean up with lacquer thinner or xylene.


Always test a small area of surface to be sealed to verify protection and appearance. NOT RECOMMENDED for dense or presealed surfaces such as glazed tile, quarry tile, marble, dense brick, dense slate or polished granite. Do not use if hydrostatice pressure is likely due to heavy watering runoff, poor drainage or a waterproof membrane under the surface. Sealed surface may be slippery when wet. For additional slip resistance, use Glaze ‘N Seal Grip ‘N Seal additive. Product coverage will be 100 – 400 square feet per gallon for the first coat depending on surface porosity. Second coat will go up to 50% further. DO NOT over apply. Do not allow Lacquer to puddle on surface. For added abrasion and wear protection and to extend the life of the sealer use Glaze ‘N Seal Floor Polish (High Gloss or Matte) as a traffic coat. Sweep or wash sealed area routinely to minimize wear from dirt and soil. Lacquer may be resealed as necessary. If it is ever necessary to completely remove the existing sealer, use Glaze ’N Seal Paint, Sealer & Coating Stripper.