SealMaxx Concrete Sealant

More than just a coating, SealMaxx concrete sealant chemically reacts to concrete to create an internal layer of protection. Not concrete and not sealant, this new material has the best properties of both. It protects against materials like acids, salts and oils while providing permanent protection against pitting, corrosion and deterioration.

SealMaxx concrete sealant helps prevent water leakage, deterioration and staining. It also increases concrete strength up to 23%.

Protect and beautify concrete floors, basements, driveways and more with SealMaxx concrete sealant:


  • Eliminates water leaking and seepage
  • Reduces sweating
  • Prevents dusting, pitting and scaling due to salt exposure
  • Guards against stains, including oil
  • Increases concrete strength up to 23%
  • Environmentally Friendly
  • Seals, waterproofs, hardens, dust-proofs, and preserves most concrete surfaces
  • Penetrates 1/2 to 1 ½ inches into the concrete and forms an internal seal and water barrier
  • Holds a hydrostatic head, significantly reduces dampness, molding, pitting, rutting, and dusting
  • Protects steel within the concrete from rust and corrosion
  • Aid to uniformly cure concrete, improves resistance to spot drying and hair checking
  • Provides a prepared surface for better bonding of concrete toppings, adhesives and paints
  • One-time application
  • Can be applied from the inside of structure
  • Dramatically extends the life of paint, concrete toppings and adhesives
  • Retards oils, grease, acids and salts from penetrating and deteriorating the concrete
  • My driveway was only four years old, but it was already flaking from salt exposure. Since SealMaxx cleaned and sealed it, the concrete is now tough enough to stand up to Iowa winters. Permanently densifies and hardens concrete
  • Reduces breeding environment of harmful bacteria
  • Reduces disagreeable odors
  • Non-slip
  • Will not alter color, texture, or any other physical characteristic of the concrete surface
  • Leaves no film or membrane - natural finish
  • May be applied as soon as forms are removed from new concrete


Where to Use


  • Seepage Problems
  • Sweating Problems
  • High Chloride Areas (Salt)
  • Bacteria/Odor Problems
  • Deteriorating Concrete
  • Dusting Problems
  • Environments with Hydraulic Fluids and Oils
  • Freeze/Thaw Conditions
  • New concrete to preserve and prevent problems
  • Curing Concrete
  • Hardener
  • Sour Gas or H 2S04

SealMaxx Made 85-Year-Old Concrete over 250% Stronger (Imagine What It Can Do For Your Driveway)


In 1992, a professional independent materials testing lab in Pittsburgh, received some concrete samples that were taken from 85-year-old St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Key West, Florida. The concrete had been exposed to over eight decades of salt air.

Samples of the concrete were treated with SealMaxx’s concrete sealant, while the same number of samples were left untreated. Then both sets of samples were subjected to compressive tests to find out how much pressure it would take to break them. This is what the lab found:


  • Untreated: Broke at an average of 750 psi.
  • Treated with SealMaxx: Broke at an average of 1980 psi.
  • An Increase in Average Strength of 258%!  


But the folks at the lab weren’t done. They then subjected concrete rectangles, both untreated and treated to 300 complete freeze/thaw cycles. Their report reads:

  • Untreated: Complete Deterioration
  • Treated: No Effect


Considering that the average Missouri winter produces between 10 and 15 freeze/thaw cycles a year, it’s no wonder that we’re comfortable guaranteeing SealMaxx for 25 years!

Also remember that SealMaxx closes off the natural capillaries of concrete and won’t allow salt to penetrate the surface. So you can be sure you won’t see the spalling, cracking and chipping that typically mark the arrival of spring.


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