1st coat: Medium viscosity clear liquid with vinegar odour. Needs to be pushed around to cover substrate
2nd coat: Would not adhere. Didnt take
The algae of Spring disappeared over the summer and other than that, there's no sign at all of the sealant. Completely undetectable.
This is one of the few water-based sealants, so visual enhancement was never likely, but how will it cope with the stains?
Yet another shock result. This is a product that's widely used on commercial projects, yet it seems to have offered almost nothing in terms of stain protection.
The best that can be said is that the ink washed away, almost.
A very surprising and disappointing result.
Note: Any apparent variation in colour of the flagstone is due solely to changes in the condition of the natural daylight at the time the photograph was taken.
Other than cropping to exclude extraneous background and adding a drop shadow to the cropped image, there has been NO post-processing of the original photographs.
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