When it gets time to seal your concrete, a big question mark pops-up in the heads of many people about what the right product is to put on it to protect it. One of the differences between a concrete sealer and a concrete waterproofer (sometimes called penetrating sealer) is that a sealer will form a protective layer over the surface while a waterproofer will penetrate down into the pours of the concrete and the protective layer will form there.
Here’s a good article explaining the difference between the two – it should help you better understand what you may need on your concrete if you are a “Do-It-Yourself” type of person:
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