In most cases, a sealant should only be applied to pavers that are completely dry. So, confirm that it won't rain for a full 24 hours before starting your project. You also don't want to do sealing work in extreme temperatures. As a rule of thumb, 60-80 degrees is usually ideal.
Yes, you can apply sealants after a few hours of cleaning if the weather is sunny and warm. The pavers will dry within a few hours and will be ready to be sealed. However, if the weather is humid, it is best to wait twenty-four hours. Paving stones must be completely dry before sealing them.
The best condition for sealing is sunny and at 75 degrees. You can also consider sealing anytime between 50 and 90 degrees. Below or above this number may not be favorable. Finally, we would like to remind you that we recommend a minimum time interval of 24 to 48 hours for sealing pavers.
The crucial thing to keep in mind is that they must be dry for the process. With proper sealing and maintenance, your pavers are more likely to have a lasting, beautiful, and durable life and appearance. To get a free quote for paving stone cleaning and sealing services, feel free to leave us a message or call. Cleaning pavers before sealing them includes several steps you must take to remove all dirt from the surface.