Basement Floor Sealer Types and Uses

It is important for you to apply basement floor sealer in order to prevent damage and keep your floors from chipping. Once you have already finished with the floor installation, a basement floor sealer is used to protect the surface of your floor from water or moisture which can cause damage.

Concrete basement floor sealer

Acrylic Sealers for basement floor

If you want to use a water-based sealer, you have to try using an acrylic sealer. Acrylic sealer is used to cure your floor. It can also be worked as a moderate protective layer. Acrylic sealers are the most simple and affordable kinds of sealers and they are the easiest sealer that you can apply on your floor. Acrylic sealers are also safe to use because they are water based and you do not have to worry because they do not release toxic chemicals which can be bad for your health or your family’s. This type of sealer is also odorless so you do not have to worry about the strong smells.

Acrylic sealers for basement floor
Urethane Sealers
Urethane Sealers are used to guide decorative surfaces of your floor. Urethane sealers produce the color and your floor will be shined. Urethane sealers are very easy to use and by using this type of sealer, your basement floor will be much more durable. But you have to concern about this sealer because it releases toxic which can harm your health. You have to wear a protective mask when using Urethane sealers. You have to make sure that windows are open in order to provide right ventilation.

Stained concrete basement floor with urethane sealers

Epoxy Sealers
An epoxy sealer is created of a system which comes in two steps. It is the most difficult sealer that you can apply. If you want to apply this sealer you have to buy a water-based epoxy sealer. These epoxy sealers are non toxic sealer so you do not have to worry when it comes for you to use them.

Epoxy basement floor sealers

Basement floor sealer types

Penetrating sealers
Penetrating sealers are used when it is time for you to inhibit the moisture or water from your basement floor. If your basement floor does not have a vapor barrier, you have to apply a couple of coats of a penetrating sealer in order to prevent moisture damage.

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