Order as many floor samples as you like and we'll ship all samples to you for free! You may then return them, within six months, and receive a refund for all returned samples. Please note: We do not reimburse for return shipping costs.
WaterShield is a clear, penetrating sealer that repels water, grease and oils. For use on porous surfaces such as concrete, stucco, brick, block, and stone, WaterShield is non-toxic, odor-free and safe for both indoor and outdoor use. This can also be used outdoors on vertical wood surfaces that are raw wood or those stained with most water-base stains such as AFM Durostain. Not for decks or horizontal fence railing.
It's easy to use, has no odor and creates a lasting seal on all masonry surfaces. It also does not change the sheen of what it's applied to. It works well to protect American Clay plaster in damp areas; in fact, we have successfully used WaterShield on our American Clay backsplash in the kitchen – including behind the stove – and on the walls around the vanity in our powder room.
Features & benefits
Easy application – fast drying, excellent adhesion
Long-lasting penetrating sealer – stops moisture on porous surfaces
Controls efflorescence – hardens and dust proofs
Dries clear – matte finish; does not discolor
Paintable – may be painted over when dry
Non-toxic, low-odor – no lead, formaldehyde, silicones, fungicides or mildewcides
Alert: This product is not for use in fountains, pools or below ground areas. When using, make sure surface is clean, dry and free of oil, wax, paint or other sealers, and that it is 7-9 pH.
State Nexus Fee may apply A state nexus fee will be applied to this item if drop shipped to the following states: California, Wisconsin. We're sorry for the inconvenience. Click here to read more about the state nexus fee.
Surface should be clean, dry and free of oil and wax
Recommended # of Coats
Appearance When Dry
Cleans Up With
Store in cool dry place out of sunlight
Recycling or Disposal
Dispose of excess product in accordance with all local state and federal regulations, Do not throw out container unless completely empty. Pour contents onto dry cardboard and let thoroughly dry outdoors. May also be absorbed with cat litter sand or other dry materials