Know why decorative concrete sealer issues occur so you can prevent them on your stamping, staining and other decorative concrete projects.
Concrete sealer problems and the associated call-backs are one of the largest sources of frustration for decorative concrete contractors. When a concrete sealer does not look or perform as expected, the cause can usually be traced back to over-application, application in non-ideal conditions, or a build-up of multiple coats. Below are some common sealer issues decorative concrete contractors face, why they happen, and how to avoid them.
Problem: Sealer bubbled
The presence of bubbles or popped bubbles in the sealer a sign of over-application; the sealer was applied too heavily. Sealers should be applied so thinly that they shouldn’t be able to physically support bubbles.