Sealing Travertine, Marble, Granite, Limestone & MORE

Product Description

Sealing travertine, marble, granite and limestone is a CINCH with this exceptional product! It's a below the surface impregnator sealer that repels BOTH oil AND water.

FORGET the power tools, harsh chemicals, strippers, sanders & pages of instructions. STOP applying sealers weekly, monthly & yearly!

This one's EASY to apply and LONG LASTING

Just grab a clean white rag and the sealer. Pour it on, let it absorb in (3 to 4 minutes), then wipe up any excess sealer.

Use it on a plethora of different surfaces & finishes!

This water based baby works on ALL natural stone, grout, terracotta, concrete and ANY other kind of porous mineral and man made material.

Sealed vs UnsealedHoned floors - no problem! Glossy finish? Soaks right in! Sealing granite countertops? Every TEN YEARS! Bathroom vanity? This is the BEST sealer for the job!

Because it sits just beneath the surface of your stone, this water and oil repellant sealer STOPS staining agents in their tracks!

Look at the picture above. Oil and water based staining agents sit on top of your stone patiently waiting for you to wipe them up.

This sealer will NOT change the color or the look of your stone. Here's what happens: It soaks in. The water evaporates. The resins expand.

Depending on your stones porosity, one quart covers approximately 200 square feet.

OTHER HOUSEHOLD USES

  • Concrete
  • Grout
  • Glossy Finishes
  • Honed Finishes
  • Porous Man Made Materials
  • Quartzite
  • Sandstone
  • Serpentine
  • Stone Sinks
  • Stone Tiles
  • Terracotta

Stop Worrying & Wasting Time!

Whether you're sealing your granite countertops or sealing your stone floors, this is the sealer you want! It's easy to to apply and safer to handle as well as safer for the environment. Here's where you'll find the Easy To Use Stone Sealer. Ten Year Warranty!

Stone, Travertine, Granite 
and Marble Sealer Clean, SEAL and Shine Kit Color Enhancing Sealer
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Sealer
Clean,Seal
& Shine Kit
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