Surecrete CS-250 (5 gal.)
Place over new concrete. Regular or colored/stamped.
You can the apply regular acrylic sealer over the top after 28 day cure. We Recommend Surecrete 200 20% solids or 300 30% solids.
COVERAGE: approximately 300 – 500 ft² per gal.,
No need to wait for sealing as with other sealers on the market.
CS250 is a 25% solids finishing membrane that enhances the curing process of freshly placed concrete and provides protection simultaneously. Upon application it forms a water retentive film that beneficially restricts moisture loss allowing concrete to reach its optimal cure and hardness.
CS250 is a color enhancing, gloss coat helpful in preventing dusting, spalling, moisture and chemical migration through a slab and improves resistance to freeze/thaw cycles. It protects during the many phases of construction from incidental staining, UV protection, and abrasion resistance. CS250 improves any concrete upon placement: driveways and sidewalks, stamped concrete, exposed aggregate, terrazzo, parking garages, or any other slab, whether industrial, commercial, or residential. This product should not serve as a sealer for concrete overlay systems.
Why should I use Cure and Seal CS250 instead of a curing agent and a sealer?
Chemical curing compounds are temporary curing agents. If you use a curing compound and want to come back with another protective coating later – an epoxy, an acrylic sealer, even a penetrating sealer; that curing compound can’t be there. It has to be completely removed before any additional sealants can be applied over top. If its an interior application it will never go away by itself; it would have to be removed after 28 days – a very messy job, and certainly one that no homeowner wants to go about doing. Cure and Seal CS 250 doesn’t have those strict limitations. It can be placed on your surface and then without removing it later, a new coating can be placed over top to give your substrate better protection.
To apply regular acrylic sealer of the top after 28 day cure, wash off color release. Seal with 250 to protect concrete while curing, then rewash and apply the 200 or 300 acrylic sealer.
- improves resistance to freeze/thaw cycles
- UV protection, and abrasion resistance