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miteq

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Joined 26 March 2010
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2 years2 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Paver sealer recommendations

It's interesting that you find Bluestone to be porous.

2 years2 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Paver sealer recommendations

Not sure who you spoke to then as I am the only one in sales and with all due respect have never given the wrong information when it comes to…

2 years2 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Paver sealer recommendations

This information is incorrect. Our coverage rates are comparable to most of our competitors.
As an average most stones will use around 5-6sqm/litres of product as a 2 coat application.…

2 years2 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Paver sealer recommendations

As you have mentioned either a Solvent based or Water based penetrating sealer is fine. For around 18sqm of sandstone you will probably need around 3-5 litres of product.
For that…

2 years2 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Sealing exposed aggregate driveway?

Sorry about the late reply. Haven't checked on here in a while so missed it.
Hopefully you found Sealer 202? If not, look here: http://miteq.com.au/products/surface-se ... ealer-202/
...and…

2 years2 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Sealing exposed aggregate driveway?

You did in the end :wink:
For exposed agg there really are two types of finishes, wet look or natural. Depending on how many sqm…

2 years2 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Sealing exposed aggregate driveway?

There are other companies around you know ::wink::
Also, read carefully about the 15yr guarantee, it certainly is expensive to keep!

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Sealing alfresco tiles??

What type of sealer is your friend talking about that will crack and peel?
I would recommend a penetrating sealer. It sits below the surface so will not add nor…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
New Concrete Floor- Which sealer

Depending on the installer most I have found will generally always use penetrating sealer's.
Me, I'd do the same. If you are looking for something with a little depth of colour…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
kids water fun

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Moss taking over my front lawn

Slowly but surely I have a large area of lawn being over taken by moss. Is there a way to eradicate this and bring back the lawn. It is buffalo…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
paving or concrete

Not with some of the quality sealers out there ::cool:: Seal your paving and you will find cleaning a breeze.

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Cromelin, getnewlook or Miteq concrete sealers

Hey Chris,
All wet look sealers are topical, you're correct. The enhancer is a different beast in that it is designed to give the same look but remain below the surface…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
DIY stepping stone problem!

Efflorescence :th: salt :th: ??

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Cromelin, getnewlook or Miteq concrete sealers

Hi Chris,
The sealer you may be after is called an enhancer. It is designed to penetrate the surface but enhance and enrich the colour of most stones.
As noted it…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Exposed Aggregate - Melbourne

Mentone Pre Mix?

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
DIY Polished concrete floors

Hi sazzy,
We deal quite a bit in this industry of late and I must say out of all the trades this is one job I wouldn't try myself. There is…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Cromelin, getnewlook or Miteq concrete sealers

Hi ChrisM,
Miteq here :lol: Just use us, you won't go wrong :lol:
Seriously though, with the criteria below you…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Very Bad Experience - Myaree Ceramics

Have to agree here as well.
That and variances occur, it's just what happens in the stone industry. The amount of times I have heard from landscape yards, tile shops and…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Pool build underway....finally!

Congratulations, looks nice.
PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THE FOLLOWING:
If you have chosen a salt water pool, with a porous paver (sandstone, limestone, concrete etc.) you will need to consolidate the area…

3 years3 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Concrete Polishing

5 coats of sealer :shock: even as a sealer manufacturer I have to say this is excess. If they have to put that much…

4 years4 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Polished concrete - stains and sealant

Actually most guys in the industry do seal polished concrete. Even when polishing up to 1500 grit. It adds that last level of protection. During the polishing stage most use…

4 years4 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Polished concrete - stains and sealant

Where are you located?

4 years4 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Black granite driveway

Thanks Jarrod we ended up placing an order with Mario thanks for the details.
Fantastic. Glad I could help

4 years4 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
I can recommend a fantastic concreter for Melbourne!!!

Let me know if I can help with any sealing/cleaning works ;)
Nice place by the way.

4 years4 yearsmiteqmiteq posted:
Travertine - recommendations for installers in Perth

Go and chat to a company called Marble Granite Depot in Osborne Park. Ask for Marco and let him know Jarrod from Miteq told you to go and see him!
Good…

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