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Prime Coloured Sealer

Our Prime Coloured Sealers are UV resistant and will protect your concrete from mould, staining, algae, moss and repels dirt, grime and oils.


Prime Exposure Acrylic Coloured Sealer is made using the finest acrylic polymers and is blended in Australia for Australian conditions.

Prime Exposure Coloured Sealers will transform the look of your new or existing concrete and keep it looking like new for years.

Coverage:  Approx 70-80m2 per 20 Litre Drum

Application Guide

Surface Preparation

Check the concrete is sufficiently cured, pressure clean the surface (above 2000 psi is preferred) and ensure the surface is free of any grease, oil or any for foreign contaminates.

Remove any loosely bound cement and efflorescence by acid etching with hydrochloric acid diluted at approximately 9 parts water to one part acid. Do not allow the acid to dry on the surface during this process, thoroughly rinse the surface with fresh water using a garden hose. You must allow the concrete to thoroughly dry prior to sealing!!!!!.

Any moisture will effect the sealer making it look white and cloudy.  Moisture will stop surface adhesion and cause delamination.


For your first coat we recommend 70% Prime Exposure Coloured Sealer and 30% Prime Exposure Xylene. This dilution assists the sealer to penetrate the concrete pores  effectively binding itself to the concrete. We recommend that you apply the sealer by using a roller and ensure that you apply an even coat with no pooling. 

  • Allow a minimum of 1 hour before applying your second coat (weather dependant), waiting for 3 – 4 hours between coats for the resin to harden is best.
  • The second coat requires no thinning down and should be applied at undiluted.
  • You can apply Sealer by using a Viton Seal Spray Unit; this process will normally require one diluted and two undiluted coats.
  • Please ask your Prime Exposure stockist for Anti Slip beads for any surface that may be a slip hazard.
  • Do not drive on sealed surface for 3-4 days to allow resin to harden.

For resealing we recommend to follow the above surface preparation process and once the surface is totally dry, then apply a coat of Prime Exposure Xylene to reactivate any existing sealer and assist penetration. After the xylene has dried follow the application steps.

Important Notice

Please read these important directions before use

SAFETY DIRECTIONS: Please ensure adequate ventilation, avoid breathing vapours by using Australian Standard class p1,p2 particulate respirator ensuring it is fitted correctly.

Do not use Prime Exposure Sealer whilst smoking or near naked light or flame. Remove all non-canned foods from area if adequate ventilation is not possible during application or drying.

Avoid contact with skin or eyes. Should any irritation occur, please seek Medical advice.

CURING: Freshly placed concrete should be cured for approximately 7 days subject to ambient temperatures prior to applying any sealer.

SPILLS AND DISPOSAL: It is important to keep all sealers & xylene out of sewer and storm water drains. If spills occur, remove or isolate all ignition sources. Contain and absorb spill in dry, inert material such as sand. Collect in sealable containers and dispose of as trade waste in accordance with local authority guidelines.

CLEAN UP: Wash all equipment thoroughly in Prime Exposure xylene and allow to dry.

CAUTION: Sealing concrete, slate, paving or slate impression concrete etc. can cause surface to become slippery, particularly when wet

SAFETY: We recommend the use of Prime Exposure Anti Slip (glass beads) be applied with the SEALER to “REDUCE” the risk of slipping when wet.

No responsibility can be accepted or any express or implied warranty given where performance of the product is affected by surface preparation, method of application or any other circumstances beyond the company’s control.