Does Your Outdoor Asphalt Or Concrete Coating Continuously Keep Peeling Off Or Wearing Out?
Here's What You Should Do.

So you went to your local Home Improvement store or you read a comparison review and bought the best sealer/paint you could find and did your driveway, parking lot pavers, walkway or bike lane etc. Or you had a contractor do it for you. Your surface now looks great. But one year later the whatever product was used is peeling off and or simply wearing off and your substrate looks like the image above. Even worse is the store you bought it from says there is no warranty due to installer error and the contractor you used is no where to be found.

So you scrape the bad parts up and redo it yourself again. Looks great but the same thing happens the following year and the year after that. You are now in a downward spiral and no matter how many layers you apply it just keeps getting worse.

The reason for this are many but the main issue is that the product you were using is either latex based, rubberized coating or tar emulsion based. Latex is not a very good outdoor product and is easily decomposed by UV rays and moisture, emulsion coatings are made from the same stuff your asphalt surface is made from and therefore suffers the same fate as your driveway or parking lot and rubber coatings should never be used under vehicle traffic. Stained concrete is notorious for fading and wearing out prematurely!

So what can you or better yet what should you do?. If you want to rectify your problem sooner to avoid further damage to your surface or to not have to keep looking at an eyesore you can get a good industrial floor scraper that is available at the same stores you bought your sealer from or you can get a good power washer and blast the coating, stain or paint(s) off.

Once you have all or the majority of the old stuff off you can start over with our Surface Bond which is not latex rubber, not a stain or paint and is not tar based. It's industrial grade, easy to apply, nontoxic and made to last.