• Concrete Cure & Seal

    Warren's concrete sealers serve two purposes. On new concrete, they seal in moisture, boosting the overall strength of concrete, and reducing failures such as cracks and spalling. The oil and stain resistance of the coated surface is improved. When applied liberally or in two coats, this product imparts a rich glossy look to concrete and exposed aggregate. Pure acrylic composition means longer sealer life with less yellowing.

    Warren's Pure Acrylic Sealer is easy to apply to properly prepared concrete and cementitious surfaces. Applied to old and new concrete alike, this product restores and enhances the beauty of aggregate concrete and protects concrete surfaces from oil, dirt, and weather. Available tints help hide defects and discoloration in concrete surfaces. Not recommended for use on brick, slate, stone, or concrete surfaces with sealer buildup. When applied to new concrete, it reduces moisture loss and maximizes concrete cure and strength. Non-aggregate surfaces may be darkened or become splotchy when sealed. Warren's Pure Acrylic Sealer is 100% acrylic and resists yellowing and weathering. It is the choice of the discriminating homeowner.

  • polyurethanes

    Warren’s pigmented, air-drying polyurethanes are ideal for older interior concrete surfaces where exposure to water and weather is limited. No mixing of components is necessary; just use as supplied. This product has exceptional wear resistance and resistance to many chemicals.

  • Concrete Coatings

    Warren's White Polyamide High Gloss Epoxy is formulated to provide extreme resistance to corrosion, acids, alkalis, solvents, and other chemicals. It may be used in a marine environment for long term protection of steel and concrete. White Polyamide High Gloss Epoxy is available in white and gray with high build, semi-gloss, and special colors available by special order.

  • Densifiers

    Warren's Silicate Concrete Densifiers are based on silicate technology. They are a low-cost, VOC free means to harden concrete floors that will experience severe traffic and abrasion. Silicate Concrete Densifiers are commonly applied to warehouse and factory floors soon after concrete is cured. They are mostly ineffective if installed after another coating.