Seal-Guard Gold Label Impregnator

Seal-Guard® – Impregnator Gold Label Penetrating Sealer For Grout, Tile & Masonry [Fast Drying]

This Penetrating Sealer for Grout, Tile and Masonry surfaces is a quick drying Impregnator in liquid form using same formulation as the award-winning aerosol. Suitable for all types of tile and masonry surfaces, including grout (damp/wet or dry), quarry tile, sandstone, terra cotta, limestone, stucco, concrete, porcelain, marble and granite. Helps protect treated surface against oil and water-based stains. For both interior and exterior use.


Use as is. Test in obscure area to determine suitability for the intended use. Surface should be clean, dry, and free from any waxes, coatings, finishes or grouting materials. Protect any painted or stained surface adjacent to application area. Apply to surface in a thin, even coat with a pump or airless sprayer, brush, rag, mop or roller. One coat is normally sufficient, but a second application is recommended on more porous surfaces, i.e. terra cotta and sandstone, or heavy walkway areas to ensure complete protection. Allow twenty minutes between coats. Drying and curing time on a treated surface is approximately 2 l/2 hours, but for optimum results, the treated area should be kept dry and free from soils for at least 24 hours.

Note: On highly polished surfaces, such as porcelain, marble or granite, two coats are recommended. On small areas, buff off before the second coat is dry. For larger areas, let it dry and cure for 24 hours. If necessary, any excess can be easily removed with a damp cloth or buff off.

Pre-Grout Sealer / Grout Release.

Seal-Guard® can be used as a grout release prior to grouting to prevent grout stains and facilitate grout cleanup on porcelain tiles or other porous tiles.


To clean use water and mild detergent. There is no need to use harsh cleaning agents such as abrasive powders, ammonia, acids or bleach.

For technical details, check out the Technical Data Sheet for Seal-Guard Gold Label Impregnator.

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