Bone Dry Driveway Sealer
Bone Dry Driveway Sealer is a specially made concrete sealer for outdoor applications. Great for patios, driveways, sidewalks, and other outdoor concrete slabs.
200-250 square feet per gallon
- Prevents penetration of salt and other contaminants
- Prevents dusting
- Seals and creates a barrier below the surface
- Eliminates moisture emission from below
Our new concrete driveway sealer is made specifically for sealing, densifying and protecting your driveway from the daily wear and tear that your driveway will face. Bone Dry Driveway Sealer has excellent resistance to the freeze-thaw cycle which is one of the most common causes of damaged concrete slabs. Protect the surface of your concrete driveway and extend it’s lifespan with Bone Dry Driveway Sealer.
How Bone Dry Driveway Sealer Protects Your Concrete Slabs
Abrasion Resistance: Bone Dry Driveway Sealer will increase your driveway’s resistance to the regular wear and tear that driveways face including vehicles, foot traffic, and the natural elements.
Reduced Cracking & Spalling: The sealer also acts as a densifier to strengthen the internal bonds within the concrete, creating a more solid slab that better resists damage.
Increased Freeze/Thaw Resistance: Headquartered in Wisconsin, we’re familiar with the extreme variances of temperature that your concrete will face and we’ve paid close attention to how our driveway sealer is able to withstand the freeze/thaw process.
Prevents Salt Penetration: Salt can quickly lead to damaged concrete and it is important to keep salt from penetrating the surface of your slab.
|Test||Bone Dry Driveway Sealer|
|Abrasion Resistance @ 25 Cycles||1 - Very Slight|
|Abrasion Resistance @ 50 Cycles||2 - Slight|
|Water Absorption||70% Reduction|
|Freeze/Thaw Durability @ 300 Cycles||98%|
|Chloride Penetration @ 1"||0.064%|
How To Apply Bone Dry Driveway Sealer
Before applying the sealer to your concrete driveway you must clean the surface to ensure it is free of dirt or other debris. Applying the sealer to an unclean surface will prevent the sealer from fully penetrating the concrete and creating an effective moisture barrier. You can then use a battery or pump sprayer with a wide fan tip. Apply the first coat of the sealer, it should have a wet to slightly cloudy appearance. Allow the sealer to soak into the concrete for no more than 10 minutes and apply a second coat. On large jobs, it will be helpful to section off your work area into 1,000 to 2,000 square-foot sections.