Water-Based Acrylic Concrete Sealer
PaveCoat H2O is a high performance, water based, acrylic sealer recommended for a wide variety of functional, decorated and protective concrete applications. PaveCoat H2O seals, colours and protects concrete to provide a durable surface, ideal for pedestrian and light vehicle traffic, making it an economical, environmentally friendly and long-lasting choice.
PaveCoat H2O provides an attractive finish for new and old concrete and comes in gloss as standard.
- Concrete driveways
- Garage floors
- Factory floors and workshops
- Stencil and slate impression concrete
- Water based, low VOC
- Available in clear and 46 standard colours
- Can be custom colour matched upon request
- Highly durable
- Excellent UV light resistance
- Resistant to fading
- Resistant to oil and grease
For detailed substrate preparation and application steps, please download the full application guide.
Prepare surfaces using Nu-EcoSafe Etch and Nu-EcoSafe Ultra Etch, and pressure wash prior to PaveCoat H2O application.
Roller or Brush
10°C to 30°C ambient, dry conditions.
Do not apply if; Rain is likely within 12 hours, it is late in the day or early in the morning. Failure to observe these directions can result in coating damage and surface clouding.
• Thin in accordance to surface profile
• Apply 2 even coats observing recoat and drying times
Avoid sealing when rain or dew is expected within 24 hours. Avoid contact with moisture within the first 24r.
Avoid washing for 7 days after application.
Milky or coloured viscous liquid
Film Forming Temperature:
Dry Film Thickness:
1 - 2 Hours
46 Standard Colours
Ambient Application Temperature:
10°C - 30°C
The information given in this data sheet is based on many years experience and is correct to the best of our knowledge. However as the use of our product is beyond our control we can only be responsible for the quality of our product at the time of dispatch. For additional information about specifications or application please contact our company. As this information is of a general nature we cannot assume responsibility for individual use.