Which is better oil-based or water based driveway sealer?

Which is better oil-based or water based driveway sealer?

Unlike water-based driveway sealers, oil-based varieties have a longer cure time and distinct odor that is quite strong and often lingers in the air for days after the sealing is complete. Oil-based sealers also contain VOCs, or volatile organic compounds, which pollute the environment.

Should I seal my concrete pool deck?

A sealer will improve your pool deck's appearance, prevent fading caused by UV rays and protect it from stains and harmful pool chemicals. Whether your pool deck is plain gray concrete, stained concrete or has a stamped texture, sealing after the concrete has cured and every few years after is recommended.

How do I make my concrete pool deck less slippery?

There are several techniques and products you can use to make a stamped surface less slippery when wet. One of the standard methods involves mixing a nonslip additive such as SureCrete's SureGrip, H&C SharkGrip or Matcrete's Rhino Grip into the water- or solvent-based acrylic sealer before rolling it on./span>

Can you pressure wash a pool?

Prepare your pressure washer with the proper ratio of pressure washer detergent to water. ... Setting your power washer on high-pressure, start with the walls and wash from the bottom-up. Make your way around the entire pool, going over spots as many times as needed to remove dirt./span>

Can you pressure wash a pool deck?

A concrete pool deck can be cleaned with cold water at 3500 to 4000 psi. With a hot water machine, the same results can be obtained with lower pressure—in the 3200 to 3500 psi range.

Can you use pool chlorine to clean concrete?

A pool chlorine cleaner doesn't clean the concrete driveway. That's not true. With pool chlorine, we can guarantee you will find proper results. It's just as effective as a bleach solution, which is really effective when it comes to killing mold on patios and driveways./span>