The Worst of All Possible Scenarios


Stamped concrete sealer failure

And further down the street where the driveways had already been “washed” and “sealed” were driveways already turning white with haze from the moisture encapsulating under the sealer.

All week we have been talking about stamped decorative concrete (sorry if I have bored you but there is a lot of information to impart) and then I see the “WORST POSSIBLE SCENARIO” in real life.  There is an entire neighborhood of homes that have stamped concrete driveways.  As we entered the neighborhood, we see a young man power washing the driveways – no cleaner, just power washing.  The weather this week was very hot so the driveways were “drying” quickly.  And there, about 3 driveways behind the washer came a young man with a can of sealer, sealing the driveways.  And further down the street where the driveways had already been “washed” and “sealed” were driveways already turning white with haze from the moisture encapsulating under the sealer.

I am sure that the quote for washing and sealing the driveways was the lowest quote the neighborhood got.  Do you think saving money will make them happy? Video

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This is Connie Hernandez writing for SealGreen.com and ReUse Concrete Sealing. I love all things green and I love all things concrete. Ten years ago I knew nothing about the world of concrete and now that I know more - it has become totally fascinating. There is so much to talk about regarding the concrete things in life. I will be posting weekly to start and if this catches on - I will be posting more frequently. As long as you keep it positive, clean, and useful -- anyone is welcome to: ♦ comment ♦ ask questions ♦ become part of the conversation I will try to respond promptly to every comment, question, etc. And from time to time I hope to be able to feature guest bloggers. I love participation and lively debate. ~Connie
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