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To Seal Or Not To Seal

by LittleBajaPDX | Sep 24, 2015 | Top Sealer |
To seal or not to seal?

Sealing is optional. Are you anticipating an
“aged look”? Maybe some color or moss in
the crevasses? Then the answer is No. At
least not right now.
However, if you do
seal your statue or bird bath, you are
adding a significant amount of years
to the life of your piece.
If you like that clean & new look, then sealing is a great idea. By sealing your statue, you will
prevent anything (like Moss) from sticking to the surface. The sealer works to keep moisture
from penetrating into the concrete (like "Rain-X" on a windshield) which will help to protect
against damages from freezing. Over the course of the Winter, the freeze/thaw, freeze/thaw will
slowly erode away anything porous. We like Timber Pro UV's Masonry Top-Seal because it
doesn't leave a glossy finish behind, your statue will remain clean and dry looking.

Some folks might wait a couple years before sealing to trap that aged look, especially if your
anticipating some color in the small cracks and crevasses. However, It’s important to apply the
sealer while there is still a skin left on the concrete. Once that skin has eroded away, the sealer
won’t work.  If your not sure if the "skin" is still there, just touch the surface of the concrete and
rub with your fingers. Do the tips of your fingers feel gritty from small pieces of sand? If so, then
it may be too late.
Also, once sealed the piece will be unpaintable. We're happy to help so let us know if you need
assistance or have any questions.

Timber Pro UV’s Top Seal is Non-Toxic, Safe for Birds, Won’t change your finish and is very easy
to apply...

Questions? Please let us know...
Timber Pro UV's Masonry Top-Seal is the Best Sealer on the Market!
The Top-Seal will last 3-5 Years before needing another coat, while others recommend
sealing annually.

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2 Comments

Kaylene Simon         on July 7, 2016 at 1:30 pm  
I purchased 2 of the concrete planters with the grapes. I’d like to paint the grapes and leaves. What do you recommend painting them
with? Do I paint then seal? Will the grapes fade over time once they are painted?

Reply

LittleBajaPDX         on July 7, 2016 at 4:06 pm  

Hi Kaylene, thanks for the good question. You’ll want to use an Acrylic Paint as acrylics are water-based and hold up better outdoors than
an oil-based paints do. Make sure the area is clean and dry. Ideally, you should apply a primer to the area you wish to paint first. Then
carefully paint the flowers with an acrylic paint once the primer is dry. After your paint has dried, you can apply the masonry seal over the
planters to keep them clean and ultimately last longer. The top seal won’t sink into the concrete where the acrylic is applied but it won’t
hurt either. I hope this helps. Feel free to call us if you need any other assistance. 503-236-8834 Thanks again, Jared