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Old 04-02-2013, 07:28 PM
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Default Sealing Pavers?

Just had paver's installed in the front yard of our CYV as we wanted less soft scape (plants) and a place to sit and visit. I think I need to seal them but not sure and if they should be sealed, with what? I would like to do it myself as there is less than 125 sq. feet.
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You can seal them if you like with any masonry (concrete) sealer
Home Depot and Lowes, paint store, etc....

Be sure that the efflorescence (white chalky material) has bled out of the surface. Usually takes 3 months from installation.

The same way sealers keep stuff out...they keep stuff IN.

When you seal, if you have sand in the joints, don't be afraid to seal that also. It will fortify the whole area. Just roll away!
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