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DRY-TREAT 40SK™ is an impregnating, invisible and breathable sealer that protects porous tile, natural stone, brick, terracotta, paving and grout from damage caused by water and salts, plus helps to consolidate friable surfaces. Treated indoor and outdoor surfaces become easier to clean, maintain and keep looking good for longer. DRY-TREAT 40SK™ provides lasting protection for engineering concrete, terracotta tile, cast stone, paving, sandstone, limestone, brick and grout.

Typical application:

DRY-TREAT 40SK™ is suitable for a wide variety of applications, including building facades, floors, walls, swimming pool surrounds, patios, garages, kitchens and public and private entertaining areas.


  • Penetrating, permanent water repellency plus consolidation of softer materials , for premium protection against problems caused by water and water borne salts, including: efflorescence, salt spalling, freeze-thaw spalling and picture framing
  • Popular for sealing sandstone, limestone, travertine, concrete dry-stamped pavers and composite stone pavers around salt water swimming pools
  • Retains natural surface color and finish
  • Keeps surfaces looking new for longer, makes cleaning easier, and dries quickly even after heavy rain
  • Breathable: water vapor escapes freely, avoiding moisture build-up inside the material
  • Designed for indoor and outdoor surfaces


Type – Sealers

DRY-TREAT 40SK/40SK Consolidator & Water Reppellent - Clear, 3.79L/1 Gallon123122£145.80 Ex. VAT

In stock

DRY-TREAT 40SK/40SK Consolidator & Water Reppellent - Clear, 18.9L/5 Gallon123142£634.50 Ex. VAT

Out of stock

Additional information






3.79L/1 Gallon, 18.9L/5 Gallon

VOC Content

<400 g/L (excluding water) for EPA purposes, <120 g/L (including water) for U.S. state purposes (Low Solids Coating)

Application Rate

Total application rate is approximately one litre per 0.5 to 4 sq. metres (five to 40 sq. feet per quart) depending on absorption