• Miracle Sealants PLUS QT 511 Porous Plus Sealer 32 oz Quart
  • Miracle Sealants PLUS QT 511 Porous Plus Sealer 32 oz Quart
  • Miracle Sealants PLUS QT 511 Porous Plus Sealer 32 oz Quart
Miracle Sealants PLUS QT 511 Porous Plus Sealer 32 oz Quart
Miracle Sealants PLUS QT 511 Porous Plus Sealer 32 oz Quart
Miracle Sealants PLUS QT 511 Porous Plus Sealer 32 oz Quart

Miracle Sealants PLUS QT 511 Porous Plus Sealer 32 oz Quart

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  • For use inside or out on a variety of surfaces including sanded grout, flagstone, terra cotta, limestone, sandstone and more to protect against water, stains and slippage
  • Formula is oil and water resistant that creates an invisible barrier for protection
  • Covers up to 1,000 square feet per quart
  • Offers superior coverage, formulated to provide stain protection that is UV transparent and resists weather elements
  • Easy application and will not yellow, safe to use around food prep areas

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Next kid will have 3 heads, but stone won't stain I hate to give 5 stars to something so expensive, but this stuff really works, and a little goes a long way. I needed to seal some very porous sandstone (6 tons of flagstone) and figured this wouldn't go nearly as far as it did. It doesn't change the appearance at all, except that now water beads on the surface. I was not able to give a second coat, which the instructions recommend. The first coat sealed so well that I couldn't get it to absorb any more fluid.I applied using a mini-roller, with a brush for really irregular places.This stuff has a VERY strong smell. Inside, I'd definitely recommend ventilation. You know how everything is labeled "causes cancer in California"? Well this stuff probably causes cancer even in Wyoming or Texas. It sure seals rock, though. 5Better than other sealers I've tried I have kashmir white granite counters in my kitchen which badly need sealing. I've tried stonetech bulletproof and the standard 511 sealer, but neither did much good. The stonetech seems to help, but my counters needed resealing a couple months later after sealing it 3 times.Then I got the porous plus sealer. I agree with the others that you get what you pay for (in this case). It's quick and easy to apply, and because of my previous problems, I put on two coats. I could get my entire kitchen done in less than 90 minutes and this is the first time I could easily see water (and coffee) beading up on the surface. Wish I had used this when the counters were new!I bought two quarts because I needed that much to seal my kitchen with the stonetech bulletproof. But this stuff goes a long way. I used less than one quart, so will keep the rest for the next time it needs sealing. Is it more expensive than others? Yes, per quart. But it's less expensive per effective application.FYI instead of a paintbrush or their 'miracle applicator', I just use a cheap latex glove to spread it around the counter. It's easy this way to tell if an area is dry and to spread it around the areas that need it. Then I just take it off inside out and toss it away. 5I had chastised myself constantly for choosing a light colored grout (biscuit color) because it always looked dirty. After cleaning the grout lines Resealed kitchen and bathroom grout on floor tile after 2 years. I had chastised myself constantly for choosing a light colored grout (biscuit color) because it always looked dirty. After cleaning the grout lines, then applying this product, the grout lines don't hold/show as much grime.I am very happy even though I would not recommend or choose light colored grout for a floor. Grey seems the best. I clean houses for work. 5Turned my polished white marble tiles to a light grey. Don't use this product on pure white marble tiles, unless you don't mind them turning a light grey. It probably works great on darker colored stone and granite. 3I was a little disappointed. I thought granite needs to be sealed every ... Product delivered on time. I have white granite in my kitchen. The fabricator/installer told me that the granite has to be sealed every year. I was a little disappointed. I thought granite needs to be sealed every 3-5 years. Installer Fabricator also advised not to use ANYTHING to clean granite except dish washing detergent. He stated that using windex glass cleaner can break the seal. I was horrified.I so glad I bought the sealer plus. The first coat dried in about 3 hours and I applied the second coat. According to the manufacturer the porous plus will last for at least 10 years and it is better than the impregnator sealant. I am relaxed now after applying two coats to the my granite in kitchen and bathrooms. I would have given it 5 stars but gave it four for two small reasons. It darkened the white granite just a little bit and took some of the shine away. It is not noticeable. The reason I noticed it is that I had a sample of the granite with me which I compared after applying the sealer. I am still happy with the product and recommend it. I will not wait for 10 years though to reapply. May be do another application in 3 years. It is very easy to apply. 4Great stuff! Apply it right and easy. Works great! Way better than the stuff the granite installers used.Tip for applying - use a foam brush to liberally apply, then have TWO microfiber rags to remove it after 5 mins. Use the first to get most of the extra, then the second one to immediately buff it. No streaking and easy clean up. 5Excellent stuff Excellent stuff! We bought a brand new construction house and one of the first things we were told is that grout will need to be sealed. Over 1,500 sq. ft of grout, not to mention backsplash areas in the kitchen, and bathroom walls. I wanted to cry. I looked into hiring someone to do it for us, but with all the expenses related to a new house, I decided to give it a try myself first. After researching options I settled on this product. The tile didn't need to be sealed as it was porcelain (or so the internet says), but all the grout did. I held my breath and dove right into it. Much to my surprise, it was very easy to apply with a grout roller bottle purchased separately. I wiped the area with a white cloth after letting the product sit on the grout for a few minutes. It does smell like heck when you apply it, but the smell dissipates within a few hours I would say. I tested the job in the master bath and I was thrilled to see the water beading on the surface of the tile and grout and the grout staying completely dry. It did not change the color of the grout at all. I highly recommend this product. If I could do it on my own, anyone else can as well! 5Perfect solution for concrete countertop! I waited a few months to post this so I could give a more useful review. I covered 3/4" plywood with Henry's floor leveling compound to make an inexpensive concrete-look countertop at a rental property. After trying several cheaper sealants and being very disappointed with the results, I finally picked up a thing of this. Three coats (one per day) later and I finally had a sealed surface that water beaded on!It significantly darkened the counter. This was not entirely expected but worked out perfectly. It gave the counter a lovely slate look. Several months later, my tenant happily reports that she still adores her counters and water still beads on top. There's enough product left for another coat when it needs freshening up.I'm glad I pushed the budget a bit and picked this stuff up. It turned an okay job into something special. 5Used it in the past will use it in the future. This is the ONLY product that gets used on my Granite, Marble, and Tile showers and Tile floors! Just be aware that it is strong smelling (chemical) and clean the grout and tile really really well. I had to re-caulk my showers and decided it was time to clean and reapply to the stalls. I used a deck stain applicator and wet sponge to apply. I had lots of small air bubbles but since you wipe it down after 10 or 15 minutes it wasn't a big deal. I reapplied every four hours and had a fan blowing on it to help it tack up/dry between coatings. After I was done I reapplied to make sure there was a seal on the edges of the caulking in addition to another coating on the floors and walls in the shower and bathroom. This stuff works well for us and I only really deep clean and re-apply about every four or five years. BUT it's just two of us and our separate showers get squeegeed down and towel dried (blotting method) after each use. The showers get cleaned about every two weeks with soapy water and rinsed down so our dirt and soap scum build up is minimal. As they say; Your mileage might vary. Pay attention as there are a few flavors of Miracle Sealants. Get the best and you won't be unhappy. 5CURE for POUROUS Granite I had granite so porous water soaked and stained it until the water evaporated. Also oil would soak in and never come out. I tried an impregnator which did NOTHING. I tried this sealer (Porous Plus) and it worked like a charm! No more spots when I thought my granite was going to have to be replaced because it was so porous. TRY THIS PRODUCT if you have porous stone. Never apply a sealer to a NON-porous stone (such as absolute black), some stones don't need a sealer because they are so dense and a sealer can actually cloud, this happened to us years ago and we had to remove the stone because the clouding couldn't even be removed by professionals! I may have to this reapply this product on our porous granite around the sink where it gets wet, just starting to notice water soaking in but not as deep and for minimal amount of time than before, but I don't want to RE-apply too soon as I'm gun-shy when it comes to applying when 'not' needed and causing any clouding. 5
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Next kid will have 3 heads, but stone won't stain I hate to give 5 stars to something so expensive, but this stuff really works, and a little goes a long way. I needed to seal some very porous sandstone (6 tons of flagstone) and figured this wouldn't go nearly as far as it did. It doesn't change the appearance at all, except that now water beads on the surface. I was not able to give a second coat, which the instructions recommend. The first coat sealed so well that I couldn't get it to absorb any more fluid.I applied using a mini-roller, with a brush for really irregular places.This stuff has a VERY strong smell. Inside, I'd definitely recommend ventilation. You know how everything is labeled "causes cancer in California"? Well this stuff probably causes cancer even in Wyoming or Texas. It sure seals rock, though. 5Better than other sealers I've tried I have kashmir white granite counters in my kitchen which badly need sealing. I've tried stonetech bulletproof and the standard 511 sealer, but neither did much good. The stonetech seems to help, but my counters needed resealing a couple months later after sealing it 3 times.Then I got the porous plus sealer. I agree with the others that you get what you pay for (in this case). It's quick and easy to apply, and because of my previous problems, I put on two coats. I could get my entire kitchen done in less than 90 minutes and this is the first time I could easily see water (and coffee) beading up on the surface. Wish I had used this when the counters were new!I bought two quarts because I needed that much to seal my kitchen with the stonetech bulletproof. But this stuff goes a long way. I used less than one quart, so will keep the rest for the next time it needs sealing. Is it more expensive than others? Yes, per quart. But it's less expensive per effective application.FYI instead of a paintbrush or their 'miracle applicator', I just use a cheap latex glove to spread it around the counter. It's easy this way to tell if an area is dry and to spread it around the areas that need it. Then I just take it off inside out and toss it away. 5I had chastised myself constantly for choosing a light colored grout (biscuit color) because it always looked dirty. After cleaning the grout lines Resealed kitchen and bathroom grout on floor tile after 2 years. I had chastised myself constantly for choosing a light colored grout (biscuit color) because it always looked dirty. After cleaning the grout lines, then applying this product, the grout lines don't hold/show as much grime.I am very happy even though I would not recommend or choose light colored grout for a floor. Grey seems the best. I clean houses for work. 5Turned my polished white marble tiles to a light grey. Don't use this product on pure white marble tiles, unless you don't mind them turning a light grey. It probably works great on darker colored stone and granite. 3I was a little disappointed. I thought granite needs to be sealed every ... Product delivered on time. I have white granite in my kitchen. The fabricator/installer told me that the granite has to be sealed every year. I was a little disappointed. I thought granite needs to be sealed every 3-5 years. Installer Fabricator also advised not to use ANYTHING to clean granite except dish washing detergent. He stated that using windex glass cleaner can break the seal. I was horrified.I so glad I bought the sealer plus. The first coat dried in about 3 hours and I applied the second coat. According to the manufacturer the porous plus will last for at least 10 years and it is better than the impregnator sealant. I am relaxed now after applying two coats to the my granite in kitchen and bathrooms. I would have given it 5 stars but gave it four for two small reasons. It darkened the white granite just a little bit and took some of the shine away. It is not noticeable. The reason I noticed it is that I had a sample of the granite with me which I compared after applying the sealer. I am still happy with the product and recommend it. I will not wait for 10 years though to reapply. May be do another application in 3 years. It is very easy to apply. 4Great stuff! Apply it right and easy. Works great! Way better than the stuff the granite installers used.Tip for applying - use a foam brush to liberally apply, then have TWO microfiber rags to remove it after 5 mins. Use the first to get most of the extra, then the second one to immediately buff it. No streaking and easy clean up. 5Excellent stuff Excellent stuff! We bought a brand new construction house and one of the first things we were told is that grout will need to be sealed. Over 1,500 sq. ft of grout, not to mention backsplash areas in the kitchen, and bathroom walls. I wanted to cry. I looked into hiring someone to do it for us, but with all the expenses related to a new house, I decided to give it a try myself first. After researching options I settled on this product. The tile didn't need to be sealed as it was porcelain (or so the internet says), but all the grout did. I held my breath and dove right into it. Much to my surprise, it was very easy to apply with a grout roller bottle purchased separately. I wiped the area with a white cloth after letting the product sit on the grout for a few minutes. It does smell like heck when you apply it, but the smell dissipates within a few hours I would say. I tested the job in the master bath and I was thrilled to see the water beading on the surface of the tile and grout and the grout staying completely dry. It did not change the color of the grout at all. I highly recommend this product. If I could do it on my own, anyone else can as well! 5Perfect solution for concrete countertop! I waited a few months to post this so I could give a more useful review. I covered 3/4" plywood with Henry's floor leveling compound to make an inexpensive concrete-look countertop at a rental property. After trying several cheaper sealants and being very disappointed with the results, I finally picked up a thing of this. Three coats (one per day) later and I finally had a sealed surface that water beaded on!It significantly darkened the counter. This was not entirely expected but worked out perfectly. It gave the counter a lovely slate look. Several months later, my tenant happily reports that she still adores her counters and water still beads on top. There's enough product left for another coat when it needs freshening up.I'm glad I pushed the budget a bit and picked this stuff up. It turned an okay job into something special. 5Used it in the past will use it in the future. This is the ONLY product that gets used on my Granite, Marble, and Tile showers and Tile floors! Just be aware that it is strong smelling (chemical) and clean the grout and tile really really well. I had to re-caulk my showers and decided it was time to clean and reapply to the stalls. I used a deck stain applicator and wet sponge to apply. I had lots of small air bubbles but since you wipe it down after 10 or 15 minutes it wasn't a big deal. I reapplied every four hours and had a fan blowing on it to help it tack up/dry between coatings. After I was done I reapplied to make sure there was a seal on the edges of the caulking in addition to another coating on the floors and walls in the shower and bathroom. This stuff works well for us and I only really deep clean and re-apply about every four or five years. BUT it's just two of us and our separate showers get squeegeed down and towel dried (blotting method) after each use. The showers get cleaned about every two weeks with soapy water and rinsed down so our dirt and soap scum build up is minimal. As they say; Your mileage might vary. Pay attention as there are a few flavors of Miracle Sealants. Get the best and you won't be unhappy. 5CURE for POUROUS Granite I had granite so porous water soaked and stained it until the water evaporated. Also oil would soak in and never come out. I tried an impregnator which did NOTHING. I tried this sealer (Porous Plus) and it worked like a charm! No more spots when I thought my granite was going to have to be replaced because it was so porous. TRY THIS PRODUCT if you have porous stone. Never apply a sealer to a NON-porous stone (such as absolute black), some stones don't need a sealer because they are so dense and a sealer can actually cloud, this happened to us years ago and we had to remove the stone because the clouding couldn't even be removed by professionals! I may have to this reapply this product on our porous granite around the sink where it gets wet, just starting to notice water soaking in but not as deep and for minimal amount of time than before, but I don't want to RE-apply too soon as I'm gun-shy when it comes to applying when 'not' needed and causing any clouding. 5
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