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Stone & Slate Protector

Stone & Slate Protector
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Stone & Slate Protector

AdSeal Stone Protector has been uniquely designed to give outstanding results on natural materials such as Stone, Slate, Travetine, Terracotta, and even Clay. A highly cost-effective product with exceptional results. First class inter-coat adhesion allows one coat to follow the last with just a few minutes, not hours. Prevents staining and adds a protective coating

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Product ID: SSP25
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Stone & Slate Protector

AdSeal Stone Protector has been uniquely designed to give outstanding results on natural materials such as Stone, Slate, Travetine, Terracotta, and even Clay. A highly cost-effective product with exceptional results. First class inter-coat adhesion allows one coat to follow the last with just a few minutes, not hours. Prevents staining and adds a protective coating

Adseal
Product ID: SSP20
140.57 GBP New
Stone & Slate Protector

AdSeal Stone Protector has been uniquely designed to give outstanding results on natural materials such as Stone, Slate, Travetine, Terracotta, and even Clay. A highly cost-effective product with exceptional results. First class inter-coat adhesion allows one coat to follow the last with just a few minutes, not hours. Prevents staining and adds a protective coating

Adseal
Product ID: SSP5
32.58 GBP New
Stone & Slate Protector

AdSeal Stone Protector has been uniquely designed to give outstanding results on natural materials such as Stone, Slate, Travetine, Terracotta, and even Clay. A highly cost-effective product with exceptional results. First class inter-coat adhesion allows one coat to follow the last with just a few minutes, not hours. Prevents staining and adds a protective coating

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Product ID: SSPSAMPLE
2.08 GBP New

AdSeal Stone Protector has been uniquely designed to give outstanding results on natural materials such as Stone, Slate, Travetine, Terracotta, and even Clay. A highly cost-effective product with exceptional results. First class inter-coat adhesion allows one coat to follow the last with just a few minutes, not hours. Prevents staining and adds a protective coating


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AdSeal Stone Protector has been uniquely designed to give outstanding results on natural materials such as Stone, Slate, Travetine, Terracotta, and even Clay (in clay paviors).

Geological materials have different physical and chemical structures from man-made products which is why they need special treatment.

A natural, sympathetic look.

For a Matt, colour enhancing finish, apply one coat or, if a delicate sheen is required, apply two coats.

Developed by our own design team 

Developed by our own specialist design team, along with consultant organic chemists, this fantastic product offers ease of installation with considerably improved performance and longevity.

PLUS gives a really hardwearing and long lasting finish on:

  • Stone & Slate
  • Indian Sandstone
  • Limestone & Marble
  • Terrazzo & Travertine
  • Most porous natural products
  • Unglazed tiles, etc
  • And even clay pavers

Designed for use as:

  • Natural Stone sealer
  • Slate sealer and slate tile sealer
  • Marble, limestone sealer
  • Terracotta and travertine sealer
  • For most natural paving products
  • Clay Paviors

The Professionals Choice

  • It is user friendly and simple to apply
  • It offers a sympathetic and natural look for natural products plus provides serious protection along with ease of maintenance
  • It's improved impact, abrasion and chemical resistance ensure it last longer
  • It is readily recoatable [without the need to strip] in years to come
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Support and Tech Info:

We are more than happy to share our extensive practical and technical knowledge and expertise with you. Whether you are sealing for the first time, an experienced installer or a Specifier with a technical query, we are here to help
telephone: 01204 362828
email: sales@advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk

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Benefits:

  • Spreads easier and dries quicker for faster, high quality, installation
  • Excellent inter-coat adhesion for speedy application and a hard wearing surface
  • Excellent resistance to rain spotting
  • Tyre plucks and flaking are virtually unheard of
  • Naturally excellent coefficient of friction [CoF] for good underfoot grip
  • No need to strip before ‘touching up’ or ‘re-sealing’ in years to come – just clean and recoat
  • 100% UVA and Fade resistant
  • Increased impact, abrasion and chemical resistance for increased life span
  • High ‘resin only’ solids content [we do NOT use fillers, thickeners or extenders]
  • Excellent coverage – 6—10 m2 per coat per litre
  • Supplied in 5ltr and 20ltr UN containers
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Technical Data Sheet Stone and Slate Protector

Technical Data Sheet Stone and Slate Protector
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When to apply Raj Blend stone sealer

This question was asked by - Parm
i HAVE JUST HAS HAD 100SQM OF RAJ BLEND SANDSTONE LAYED IN THE GARDEN. THE JOB IS COMPLETE AND NOW AM LOOKING TO GET THE PAVING SEALED. TWO QUESTIONS WHEN SHOULD I APPLY THE SEALANT AFTER A NEW LAY WHAT SEALANT COULD BE RECOMMNDED FOR A NATURAL MATT FINSIH AND ONE FOR A WET LOOK. I HAVE SEEN ON THE PAVING EXPERT SITE THAT Heavy Duty Sealer IS A GOOD OPTION BUT I WANT TO BE SURE.

I have put links below to 3 suitable sealers, The water based one is a matt finish without altering the colour, the Stone and slate will give a matt/satin finish and enhance the colours and the Heavy duty is the same as the Stone and Slate but will give a satin/gloss finish.

You are best to leave it for 3-4 weeks after finishing to allow the mortar to completely dry before applying a sealer. Stone &17680 Slate Protector (SSP) Water Based Sealer Matt (WB25) Heavy Duty Sealer (HD) Drew Palin

Slate sealer for patio

This question was asked by - Ian Mair
We have read reviews on the going expert site that have lead us to want to try your products. We have a slate patio we have juts completed and the client wants it sealing to bring our the colours in the slate. Do you stock anything water based for slate that can be applied immediately after install?

Unfortunately the one drawback of water based sealers is that they don't enhance the colours in the paving so leave it looking more like it does when it is dry as opposed to when it is wet.

If you are looking to enhance the colours you will have to use a solvent based sealer such as the one below. Stone & Slate Protector (SSP) Drew Palin

Water based Slate sealer

This question was asked by - Ian Mair
We have read reviews on the going expert site that have lead us to want to try your products. We have a slate patio we have juts completed and the client wants it sealing to bring our the colours in the slate. Do you stock anything water based for slate that can be applied immediately after install?

Unfortunately the one drawback of water based sealers is that they don't enhance the colours in the paving so leave it looking more like it does when it is dry as opposed to when it is wet.

If you are looking to enhance the colours you will have to use a solvent based sealer such as the one below. Stone & Slate Protector (SSP) Drew Palin

Will my Stone sealer go off?

This question was asked by - stephen woodward
If I buy a 25 litre drum of Stone sealer and do not use it all , will it stay ok in the drum so could be used when needed doing again or will it go off

As long as the container is closed and it is protected from frost it will keep for a couple of years.

https://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Drew Palin

What is the best sealer for black limestone?

This question was asked by - Dave Thomas
Please can you tell me what sealer you recommend to seal for new laid black limestone we require a wet look finish

I recommend using the stone and slate as some black limestone can be quite nonporous and this sealer is a bit thinner so penetrates better, I also suggest scrubbing in the first coat to help aid with the adhesion.

if you are still looking for more of a gloss finish (the finish can depend on the stone), you could apply a top coat of our Heavy duty which will give more of a gloss/wet look finish. Stone & Slate Protector (SSP) Heavy Duty Sealer (HD) Drew Palin

Protecting stone from lichen and algae with sealer

This question was asked by - marcus
I have a terrace of indian sandstone which has developed terrible black spot lichen everywhere. I have pressure hosed off as much as possible but cant get it all off. If I could keep it like it is that would be ok even tho some spots remain. Would your Stone and Slate Protector prevent the regrowth of the lichens and algae.

Yes applying sealer to the surface will stop the algae and lichen from being able to take hold on the paving (it may form on the surface but it will be easy to wash off/treat), if the algae does come back (if there are a lot of trees in you area) it can be treated with our moss and algae remover which you just spray on to the paving and leave to do its thing.

Stone & Slate Protector (SSP) Moss & Algae Remover (MOSS) Drew Palin

Indian sandstone colour enhancer/sealant

This question was asked by - Mrs L Alexander
Could you advise which ( if any) of your products would be best suited for the above? I have been looking at water based products for eco reasons and also because I understand that solvent based products cause pooling when it rains as they compromise the breathability of the stone? I would like a product that enhances the colour of the sandstone and also protects it. I am not looking for a high gloss finish, just a slight sheen which brings out the colours. Any advice on the types of product and advantages/disadvantages would be much appreciated.

Ok first things first, when initially laid all sealers will cause water to pool, but after it has weathered in a bit it will stop pooling and drain off normally (like when you freshly wax a car).

Yes most water based sealers are more breathable but this only means that moisture vapour from underneath the stone can escape and will not affect the water falling on the surface. Water based sealers are good to use especially from an eco stand point however as you are looking to lift and enhance the colours I would recommend using a solvent based sealer as they do a much, much better job of enhancing the colours. I have included a link below to the sealer i would recommend using. http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Drew Palin

natural stone paving enhancer

This question was asked by - ANNETTE AMNER
Please may you advise if you have a suitable product for enhancing existing natural stone slabs without changing the overall colour. Over time, fading has occurred in some areas and we wish to bring the slabs back to their original natural buff colour without actually changing the overall colour. We are looking for a matt finish and, once this procedure has been carried out, we then wish to apply a natural stone sealant. Thank you for your advice and assistance.

Applying a coat of sealer will enhance the colour of the slabs and leave them looking as they do when they are wet.

If you apply 1 coat you will get a matte finish. http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Drew Palin

Staining a new driveway

This question was asked by - Mrs Vanessa J Warren
We have just had a driveway done and the flags are too light in colour (I like them when they are wet!) Looking to darken them up in a grey but need to know exact colour and maybe try them out first (I have spare flags to test on)

If the flags look ok when they are wet then all you need to do is apply a sealer, this will leave the flags looking like they do when they are wet and it will protect them from stains and general wear and tear.

I have linked a couple of products below (you didn't say if they were concrete or natural stone flags) the first one is for concrete surfaces and the second is for stone. Block Paving & Imprinted Concrete Sealer SP (BPCSP) Stone & Slate Protector (SSP) Drew Palin

Black Limestone

This question was asked by - Justin M
Can you please give me advice to select a product to seal my black limestone patio. It was installed 6 weeks ago and is outdoors and constantly used.

I would recommend using the Stone and Slate Protector on limestone.

http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Drew Palin

Question relating to coating a patio

This question was asked by - Donna Moore
I have indian sandstone patio slabs. Can you advise which is the correct sealer to use on it

I usually recommend our Stone and Slate protector for indian sandstone.

http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Drew Palin

Sandstone Protector

This question was asked by - Hannah Mccabe
I am needing to brighten up my charcoal sandstone/limestone patio. What's the best product you have to do this?

I would recommend using our Stone and Slate protector.

http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Drew Palin

slate sealer

This question was asked by - Dean Phillips
Hi I have a slate patio which has never been treated. I would like to enhance the colour and put a bit of a sheen on it can you suggest a product please.

I would recommend using our Stone and slate protector (link below)

http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Drew Palin

Which sealant won't change the appearance of my indian sandstone floor?

This question was asked by - Sam Oliver
I have been reviewing your website details and unsure as to the best purchase I have purchased a barn conversion in the south of France and the ground floor has Indian sandstone that was sealed about 7 years ago. It looks and acts completely porous, no sheen or sign of sealant . I do not want to significantly change the appearance of the stone I'm torn between the following products http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Heavy-Duty-Sealer.html http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Invisiseal.html or http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Your advice would be very welcome

Of the ones you have looked at,

the Heavy duty will enhance the colours and give a gloss finish (wet look). The Stone and slate will enhance the colours but leave a matt finish with 1 coat (like when the paving is damp) or an eggshell/satin finish with 2 coats. The Invisiseal is a completely invisible coating but is more like a stain guard so offers very little in the way of wear protection. I would probably suggest using the WB25 (link below), this will have very little effect on the appearance of the paving but offers surface protection too. http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/WB-25-Sealer.html Drew Palin

What is the best sealant for a wet look finish for Indian Sandstone paving?

This question was asked by - Sean Brock
I am looking for a product for my indian rainbow sandstone patio I want a wet look finish the area does not get much sun and is susceptible to Moss what can you recommend?

I would recommend using our Stone and Slate protector.

http://www.advancedsealingsolutions.co.uk/Stone-and-Slate-Protector.html Drew Palin
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