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Avoiding Roller Marks in Concrete Sealers

 
  Subscribe to FREE newsletter  Jan 21, 2019

The two most common problems with sealer application are lap lines and roller marks. The lap lines are caused by the push-pull applicators and roller marks are caused by rollers.

Learn how to eliminates these issues so your acrylic concrete sealer application looks smooth and professional.

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