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What other materials can we use Concrete Guard on? Print E-mail
Concrete is a porous material.It's understandable to think from the name that Concrete Guard is only meant to be used on concrete.  Concrete has a porous structure and Concrete Guard makes use of this in terms of how it works.  Likewise, any other porous material will benefit.

These include:

Grout:  Great for water proofing the grout between tiles in a shower, bath or laundry area.

Unglazed tiles:  These too will absorb fats, oils and other substances.  Concrete Guard will protect their appearance and keep them easy to clean.  Terracotta tiles are included in this category.

Slate:  Unlike most sealers, Concrete Guard can be used successfully on slate.

Pavers:  Just like concrete, pavers are another obviously porous materials that will benefit from sealing with Concrete Guard.

Sandstone:  Interestingly, sandstone is actually quite a weak building material.  The good news is that in addition to the usual benefits, the application of Concrete Guard will actually improve the strength characteristics where it is applied.

Granite:  As long as your granite has not already been polished, Concrete Gurd can be used to seal this material.

The key to all of these materials is that they have a porous structure which will absorb the water based penetrating sealer that Concrete Guard is.