The Miracle Sealants 16 oz. Hard Surface Floor Sealer penetrates your hard surface floors and forms an invisible barrier that is stain and moisture resistant for a seal that adds hardness and reduces slipperiness. The sealer is ideal for medium porous to dense surfaces such as tile, natural stone, brick, concrete and grout.
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83%of customersrecommend this product10 of 12reviews
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83%of customersrecommend this product10 of 12reviews
Saw a reference to this product by a professional tiler. Read many reviews on the product which were mostly for stone applications. I wanted this for my new glazed ceramic tile. I used a clean wash cloth as an applicator. Realized i forgot to wipe off excess as the surface was tacky the next morning. Took the cloth i used to apply sense it was saturated with the 511 and just wiped over the walls and then went after with a dry cloth and it fixed the problem. All of the application instructions are on the bottle and if you follow them it is easy. One tip from my experience is a little goes a long way especially on ceramic tile. Found I could have conserved the amount i used. Have enough left for at least two more applications. Water just beads up on the walls and we are pleased in this early use of the product
I used 511 Impregnator Sealer on my shower and it failed to seal the grout. After 5 coats of sealer it still failed the water test and was still absorbing water. I bought TileLab penetrating sealer and solved the problem. I spoke with Israel in Tech Support numerous times and they failed to solve the issue with their recommendations and failed to refund the product after a number of days dealing with them. I do not recommend this product at all. Their warrenty or satisfaction guarantee is garbage. I also, do not recommend 511 spray on grout sealer that failed as well. I will not purchase their products again. Also, beware I read in a blog that some people return some of these products filling them with water! HD quality should send these back to the manufacturer not put them back on the shelf when returned. Thank you for the time you spent reading this review. Have a nice day.
Cons: Not Durable, faulty warranty, product does not do as described, bad tech support
Our new light-colored granite countertops were left unsealed by our builder. Even a single drop of water was instantly absorbed by the surface, leaving a temporary dark spot. I wanted to make sure that any other spills wouldn't do the same, so I bought this sealer. It was so easy to use - just brushed it on with a foam brush, waited 5 minutes, and wiped off with a paper towel. Now water beads up on the surface and I'm so pleased with the results. I also used it on the tile and grout of the backsplash and the kitchen and bathroom floors. Great stuff, easy to use, I would definitely buy again.
It really did the job and was very easy to apply--however there are a few suggestions--start small and do one section and wipe it off--then the next-do not try and do the whole piece at once. Since you really do not use a lot of product-a pint purchase is probably the best since the recommendation was one sealing every six months and then cleaning only with soap and warm water.
It does seem to waterproof tile surfaces. I applied a small/moderate amount with a clean, white cloth (old washcloth) and then let sit on the tile for about 5 minutes. Using another washcloth (a dry, white one), I then removed it. It was pretty easy to do the whole thing and didn't take too much time.
Pros: Easy to Use, these products have a good reputation
Cons: smelled a bit strong--need fan on when you apply
I used this sealer on the grout of my newly tiled kitchen floor. It went on super easy with the roller bottle applicator that I also bought. It took less than an hour and this size bottle covered my 1/4 inch grout lines on a 200+ sq ft floor tiled in 12x12 and 2x2 size tiles. The roller applicator let me get the sealer only on the grout and not all over the tiles. Any drips wiped right off the porcelain tiles. I gave it the water test after letting it cure for 48 hours and the water beads right up. I'm very pleased with the ease and results. I've never met anyone who has actually resealed their grout every year, but with a job this easy, I would not dread doing it.
Used for new travertine tile in master bath. Applied with brush and removed excess with turkish towel. Went ahead and applied second coat a few days later. Water now beads rather than soak in. Very pleased with result. Does not change appearance of the travertine.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, High Quality, Good Size & Weight
I used this to seal the granite in both my bathrooms. The sealer is very easy to use and very low odor. I just followed the instructions and it dried perfectly clear with no hazy parts. ( I even forgot to wipe the back splash until way more than 3 minutes and it still looks perfect). It's been about a month and it's holding up great so far. I was a little disappointed that it wasn't available in the store but it came within 5 days of ordering.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use
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Review 12 for 16 oz. 511 Impregnator
Stains Everywhere!! Simply didn't work for us!
PostedDecember 3, 2012
No, I do not recommend this product.
Used this product on our polished concrete countertops and now we have stains everywhere.
After making our new concrete countertops, we needed a way to protect them against staining. We thought we would try this since it was USDA approved, had a 20 year warranty and had good reviews. We applied precisely as directed on the label using 3 coats on one of our slabs and two coats on the rest. We were hopefully because as described water seemed to bead up well.
After a week we started to notice small spots that were stained. We had no idea what it was coming from. Then we had thanksgiving and used the counter as a buffet for the food. The food spills sat on the concrete surface for maybe 1-2hrs before being cleaned up. We have stains everywhere. Now what!! I would not recommend this product.
As advertised it did not alter the color of the concrete. I will say that is does appear to repel water fairly well. Use at your own risk I guess.