Trade-strength sealer for paving and concrete

  • Water-based, acrylic sealer
  • Unique action protects paving and concrete
  • Resists algae and fungal growth
  • Suitable for use with pattern-imprinted concrete
  • Oil and water repellent
  • 5 litres seals up to 50m2 based on one coat, depending on surface porosity

Also available in 20 litre bottles

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A solvent-free sealer and protector producing a low sheen finish in a single application

Contact is specifically designed with the professional contractor in mind. It seals and protects all types of concrete, including Block paving, Raw concrete, Paving slabs, Pattern Imprinted Concrete (PIC) and Garage floors.

It penetrates deep into the substrate and delivers excellent oil and water repellent qualities, ensuring the surface is protected from various staining substances. The hard-wearing finish enhances the surface colour and extends the life of the substrate. Application is easy - apply to the surface with a roller. Adding additional coats increases the protection level and gives a greater sheen to the surface.

Installation Guide

Step 1. Sweep

Brush away leaves and debris. For best sand binding results, ensure jointing sand is well compacted.

Step 2. Shake

Shake well before use.

Step 3. Apply

Apply an even coat with a brush, roller, or low-pressure sprayer. Work diagonally across the joints and do not allow excess liquid to pool.

Top Tip! Apply one paver at a time to avoid picking up sand from the joints.

Step 4. Apply second coat

For porous surfaces, or a sheen finish on dense surfaces (e.g., block paving), apply a second coat within an hour of the first. If using a brush or roller, apply to the first coat by brushing/rolling at right angles.

Step 5. Finish

Allow the surface to dry thoroughly before walking or driving on it.



Once dry, the product is pet-safe.

Best applied on a dry surface but can be used on a damp (not wet) surface.

Apply at least two coats. The second coat should be applied within an hour of the first.

Yes, surfaces need to be clean.

You can use a low-pressure sprayer or a paint roller.

No, it will leave a matt/satin sheen when 3 coats are applied.