Seal 'n' Tint Concrete Patio Stain - 5L
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If you want to give your dull, drab, grey concrete or old paving slabs a new lease of life, without putting a solid coat of paint over the top, then Seal ‘n’ Tint is for you!

Dry time approx. 16 hours at 15°C

Covers 37m² per 5L

Perfect for porous concrete, masonry and stone

Two coats minimum

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Description

What does it do?
Seal ‘n’ Tint not only restores patios -you can use it on concrete, concrete slabs, stone or masonry; drives, porches, paths, basements, cellars, swimming pool surrounds and more.

One coat seals, dustproofs and provides a background colour. The second coat enhances the colour and leaves a wipe-clean, stain resistant surface. You can deepen the colour with further coats if required. 

Choice Of Colours
Seal ‘n’ Tint is available in a Charcoal or Rustic Brick. You can even mix and match the colours to create a chequered look giving it a wow factor!

Due to Seal ‘n’ Tint’s penetrative nature, it is advisable to carry out
a test on a small area first to ensure you are happy with the colour
and the finish.

Features and benefits:

  • Transforms drab concrete or paving slabs
  • Requires minimal preparation
  • Is easy to apply with a brush or roller
  • Long lasting
  • Stops concrete from dusting
  • Solvent free, no smell during application
  • Use indoors or outdoors


NB: Seal ‘n’ Tint is not suitable for sealed concrete. Although most domestic concrete isn’t sealed, it is worth checking.

Covers: 5 litres covers approx. 37m²

 

Useful Information

Seal 'n' Tint Concrete Patio Stain Product Information Sheet

Seal 'n' Tint Concrete Patio Stain Safety Data Sheet

Technical Specification

Appearance:

Low sheen

Use where:

Indoors and outdoors

Use on:

Porous concrete, masonry and stone

Don’t use on:

Sealed concrete

Covers:

5 litres cover approx. 37m²

Number of coats:

2 or more depending on the look you're trying to achieve 

 

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • A: Yes our Seal ‘n’ Tint Concrete Patio Stain can be used on brickwork, as long as it is a porous surface and untreated.

  • A: It's water based so if you do spill it on the grass and plants just flush it away with lots of water.  We can't 100% guarantee that the grass and plants won't be affected, but they shouldn't be.  If in any doubt it's best to protect the surrounding areas with plastic just to be on the safe side.

  • A: Hi Karen,

    Many thanks for your enquiry. We advise you apply with a medium pile roller, please see the application details below.

    Making sure the lid is on tight, give the tin a good shake. Apply in dry, warm (above 10°C) conditions. Good ventilation helps the product to dry. Pour some into a roller tray. Don’t pour directly onto your concrete as this may create a patchy effect. Using a medium pile roller apply sparingly to make sure you are achieving the desired result. A paint brush or mini roller will help with edges or small areas. If using a paint brush you can apply it straight from the tin. Work the liquid into the surface as evenly as you can. Apply more as necessary if you find you have very porous concrete and the coating is sinking in.
    Don’t apply too thickly or overload your brush or roller. If it drips Seal ‘n’ Tint will stain, which isn’t serious, but means you will have to put another coat on to compensate.

    Kindest regards

  • A: I am sorry but we do not have tester pots.  The charcoal is a very dark grey, almost black but not quite.  The colours on the data sheet are a good indication of what to expect, but it's an indication rather than an exact match!

  • A: I am sorry but we do not have samples of this product.  Charcoal is very dark, almost black in colour but not quite, and unfortunately it does not come in anything lighter.

  • A: Thank you for your enquiry regarding our Seal’n’Tint product.   The patio or surface should thoroughly cleaned and be left to dry before applying our coating. Once applied and the product has fully cured (dried) then the area could be washed down easily using a standard hose or jet wash. It would always be advisable to use this on a low setting though because you don't want to jet wash it so hard that it makes the coating crack, because then water could get underneath and high pressure jet washing could physically push it off the surface.  However, provided the initial coating is well bonded this would be unlikely.

  • A: Seal ‘n’ Tint is a tint and not a full colour product, Two coats are recommended and sometimes even three, and you may require more depending on the colour of the substrate it is going onto and how dark you would like the tinting to be. It would be worth adding another coat to darken, you just have to wait 8 hours before overcoating. It is also worth giving the coating a good stir / mix up before applying also.