Give your pavers a little TLC

Give your pavers a little TLC
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Give your pavers a little TLC

You’ve invested a considerable amount of time and money paving your driveway, walkway or patio and now, your curb appeal has never been better.
But, how long will it all last? As with any project, it is important to exercise due diligence and protect your investment to avoid future head and heart aches.

First, prepare the pavers.

Inspect your paved surface and identify any dirt, grease or stain that need to be cleaned. Using the appropriate stain remover or cleaner, apply the product, scrub with a bristle brush and rinse clean.

Second, clean the entire paved area.

For best results remove efflorescence and dirt with a pre-seal cleaner. This will ensure an even application and better penetration of the sealer.

Last, apply the protector.

Choose from a natural, matte or semi-gloss finish . Start with testing the protector in a small inconspicuous area to verify that the results meet your expectations. Then, spray or roll on the protector in manageable sections and make certain to follow manufacturers directions.
Ta-da! You may now rejoice and bask in the knowledge that not only have you rejuvenated your pavers, but you also have peace of mind and can enjoy the fruits of your labor for years to come. While most of these steps are achievable for your average DIYer, we recommend hiring a professional that will have all of the equipment and product knowledge!    

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