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Sun Brite Supply is offering the Seal 'n Lock Certification class on April 29, 2011. This class will be held the Friday before our April Roundtable.

This class is FREE to attend. Please note that the $25 fee is for the Roundtable for the following day.

Space is already getting filled. We would ask that you please sign up by April 25th so we can be sure to have enough chairs for everyone!

SIGN UP ONLINE!

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-- Edited by Nichole on Wednesday 16th of March 2011 03:22:58 PM

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 Can you tell us a little about seal 'n lock.

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Seal 'n Lock is a paver sealer that also lock in the joints. Prevents the pavers from shifting and weed growth. All in one day process. You can wash, sand, and seal all in one day. Comes in 2 finishes: Natural Luster and Super Wet.

The class will go over everything you need to know. Estimating, job costing. application, and maintenance will be topics in the approximately 4 hour class. You will receive a manual and will be certified by Seal 'n Lock.




-- Edited by Nichole on Wednesday 16th of March 2011 04:44:13 PM

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  Thanks Nicole. The class sounds awesome. I clean a few paver sidewalks and patios every year.

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Nicole
We just used Seal n Lock on a homeowners job, we sealed the drive and pool area, we used the super wet, they loved it.
We plan on using only Seal n Lock for any jobs and would like to be certified, however we won't be able to attend the event are there other options for this?
We have a supplier in Sarasota we worked with to get your sealants. Worked out great! But still need a few tips to polish.
Thanks Kim R

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Presidential Pressure Washing wrote:

Nicole
We just used Seal n Lock on a homeowners job, we sealed the drive and pool area, we used the super wet, they loved it.
We plan on using only Seal n Lock for any jobs and would like to be certified, however we won't be able to attend the event are there other options for this?
We have a supplier in Sarasota we worked with to get your sealants. Worked out great! But still need a few tips to polish.
Thanks Kim R




 Kim did you use your own sprayer or did you opt for Seal-n-Locks custom setup?



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We made a custom spray system that is similar to Seal & Lock.
Works pretty well though, good even spray and consistency.

Kim R

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Kim & Randy have a very cool "Presidential" sealer applicator!

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Thanks Aaron, eventually as it grows we will probably add Seal N Lock System equipment in the future.
Customer is real happy with the products and that is the key
Kim R.


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Seal 'n Lock will be doing the class a few more times. I do not know their schedule at this moment. I'll post it if they have one. smile.gif

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I took a serious look into seal n lock but I was not able to get any real feed back on the proven track record of this product.

I was only got statements similar to like Kims.

I have not yet heard anyone tell me about the performance of this product 1, 2, 3, years later after applying this product.

My biggest concern is when it needs a maintenance coating, what then, what will it look like.

i really wish I could get some answers, because I'm interested.

i have used many sealers, and I have found none worth while, so why would I trust this one???

If anyone has used seal n lock and went back to the same job years later to apply a maintenance coating and is satisfied with this product please share.

-- Edited by Roof Cleaning Lanoka Harbor NJ 609-971-6553 on Thursday 17th of March 2011 08:56:20 AM

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Nichole wrote:

Sun Brite Supply is offering the Seal 'n Lock Certification class on April 29, 2011. This class will be held the Friday before our April Roundtable.

This class is FREE to attend. Please note that the $25 fee is for the Roundtable for the following day.

Space is already getting filled. We would ask that you please sign up by April 25th so we can be sure to have enough chairs for everyone!

SIGN UP ONLINE!

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-- Edited by Nichole on Wednesday 16th of March 2011 03:22:58 PM



AWESOME product. Yall gota be there!

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More sooner than later, killed the pump..... confuse rinsed it like crazy.. but it siezed up.
Sometimes it is good to try to make your own , then sometimes it is not so good
Kim R

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Thanks Aaron, eventually as it grows we will probably add Seal N Lock System equipment in the future.
Customer is real happy with the products and that is the key
Kim R.






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Seal n Lock is a great product. Unlike solvent based acrylic sealers the Seal n Lock sealer will not turn milky or yellow with age and you can reseal over top with more seal n lock every 2 years to keep the pavers looking great forever....

Word of caution:
DO NOT SEAL OVER ACRYLIC SEALERS

They have to be stripped first and this is not a user friendly job.

I'm sure this will be covered in the class.
I'm surprised it's only a 4 hour class, because there is no way in the universe you can learn what you need to know in 4 hours, lol.

Sounds like a good first step.
But please listen to me on this one. While spraying some sealer on pavers is easy.
Life and the reality of it isn't.

Take the class and be prepared to ask a lot of questions.

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Matthew wrote:

Seal n Lock is a great product. Unlike solvent based acrylic sealers the Seal n Lock sealer will not turn milky or yellow with age and you can reseal over top with more seal n lock every 2 years to keep the pavers looking great forever....

Word of caution:
DO NOT SEAL OVER ACRYLIC SEALERS

They have to be stripped first and this is not a user friendly job.

I'm sure this will be covered in the class.
I'm surprised it's only a 4 hour class, because there is no way in the universe you can learn what you need to know in 4 hours, lol.

Sounds like a good first step.
But please listen to me on this one. While spraying some sealer on pavers is easy.
Life and the reality of it isn't.

Take the class and be prepared to ask a lot of questions.



Matthew

thank you for sharing!

so you have first hand experience with seal n lock, and you personally went back and applyied maintenance coatings using seal n lock? Please be tell me more about your experience with seal n lock, I am very interested in using it however I'm not getting much feed back.

thanks Matthew.



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I've not done any myself that were older.
I have gone and seen some in person since Rich who is the manufacturer is in my area.

I have also worked with John from Gorilla Paver Solutions who swears by the stuff.

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aaron61 wrote:

Kim & Randy have a very cool "Presidential" sealer applicator!



I have a really cool applicator too, it's called an airless paint sprayer.



-- Edited by Roof Cleaning Lanoka Harbor NJ 609-971-6553 on Tuesday 22nd of March 2011 08:13:44 AM

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