What to seal a brick floor with?


Old 06-10-02, 10:35 AM
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What to seal a brick floor with?

I just finished laying a brick floor in my hallway. I know I have to let the bricks dry sufficiently before sealing the area. The question I have is what product should I use to seal the bricks, and what is the best way to apply the sealant?

Do you apply a sealant then a polyurethane?

I will be doing this job myself, so any input would be appreciated.
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Old 06-11-02, 10:51 AM
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Brick 4 u this sounds like your department - can you help?
Old 06-14-02, 10:29 AM
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Anyone can help?
Old 06-15-02, 05:42 AM
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Don't use a product like Thompson's. You need to get a high silicone solid content masonry sealer. Thompson's has had a great marketing plan... become the standard product that everyone thinks they should use. Please visit your local masonry supplier and ask for sealer with a high solid content. Repeated applications will give you even more shine!

Several sealers you miight consider: Sure Klean Weather Seal Siloxane, Drylok Masonry Treatment, or Kure N Seal #30

(Make sure you area is well ventilated if inside your home.)

Good luck with your project.


Nice to hear from you again PMG!
Old 06-21-02, 09:55 AM
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Thanks BRICK4U.

I've come across some different stuff after you gave me some hints. There's a sealer that is a water-based polyurethane that is appealing to me. It is found at:


Since it's for indoor use (although high traffic), would this be my best route to take? Or would an oil based sealer be better?
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