Sealer

Discussion in 'Pressure Washing' started by stuvy, Jan 8, 2015.

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  1. stuvy

    stuvy Well-Known Member
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    What sealer would you recommend for block paving?

    I'm starting up in my own and would like a few answers to some questions iv got floating round in my head
     
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  2. Blastoffcleaning

    Blastoffcleaning Newcomer
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    Resiblock or Smartseal, but you will struggle to do any sealing at this time of year as it has to be bone dry.
     
  3. stuvy

    stuvy Well-Known Member
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    Thank you for that il have a little search online for them
     
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    Resiblock is the rolls royce of sealars and made in EU where as far as i know smartseals are made in the far east but this may have changed.
    I have used both products and even the resiblock trade as opposed to there superior imo was miles better than smartseal.
    A good alternative middle of the road price wise sealer is made from kingfisher..... http://www.kingfisheruk.com/item_78_k-seal_total
    This is my go to sealer when customers are not wanting to put the resiblock down.
     
  5. stuvy

    stuvy Well-Known Member
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    Thanks for that mate

    il order some of that and have a try out with it.
     
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