Amazing concrete penetrating sealer

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  1. Mikey P
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    So many variables involved..

    I guess I shoukd have moved the lance left to right instead of right to left..
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    Hope you didn't put too much. Several years ago when my father was still living he had a new drive put in at his home. They sealed the concrete but he didn't believe them, so he had them do it again heavier. When rained or snowed it was hard to walk on that thing it was so slick. The snow wouldn't stick to it but you couldn't get much traction with the snow blower since the tires would slip also.

    Even after years passed that stuff would not come off. My mother moved after his passing but I bet that drive is still a mess.
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    I believe you have to use a sealant that allows the concrete to breathe.
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    But do you drive on the parkway?
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    My driveway is a slab of concrete, not a virgin bed of purity. So, I paint, work on the car and do whatever needs done on a slab of concrete. Come ON, guys!
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    Rough cost?
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    IMG_1863.JPG I just cleaned the Original Hellish Driveway. Might be a good upsell.
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    12 hours of rain....guess where I ran out..




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    How did it do with the snow on it?
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    the snow didn't want to stick to the sealed areas..

    what did melted much quicker
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