The leading sealer and enhancer for natural stone, bricks, pavers, tiles, engineering concrete, and grout.
Is it time to professionally clean and reseal the natural stone in your home? How are the floors holding up? What about the places you use multiple times a day, like the shower?
All stone needs maintenance, and when that time comes around at your home, we have a revolutionary new product that will change the way you maintain your natural stone forever.
- Dry-Treat is the world leader in production of sealers for porous surfaces.
- Treats stone, tile, paving, concrete, grout.
- Makes it possible to have that amazing marble or limestone look and feel without the usual annual maintenance.
Here’s how it works:
“The special penetrating sealer molecules are hundreds of times smaller than competitor stone sealers and penetrate much deeper into the pore structure—even dense natural stones like granite! Inside the pores our special sealing molecules bond permanently by chemical reactions, creating a substantial, deep oil and water-repellent barrier.”
- Invisible – maintains the look and slip resistance of your surface; protects it from staining, water and salt damage, freeze-thaw damage, and graffiti.
- Ultra-breathable– allows moisture to evaporate, instead of gathering inside the material.
- Suitable – for indoors and outdoors; both residential and commercial environments; kitchens, bathrooms, and entertaining areas.
- Makes cleaning easier –no special cleaners required; stands up to household cleaning chemicals and even commercial cleaning techniques, such as high-pressure hosing.
The Dry-Treat barrier offers superior protection
- Great surface stain protection
Protection against damage caused by water ingress (penetration), including efflorescence, salt spalling, freeze-thaw spalling, picture framing.
- Written 5, 15, 25- and 30-year performance warranties are available when our impregnating sealers are applied by a Dry-Treat Accredited Applicator.
Dry Treat was used for cleaning:
- Sydney Opera House – Engineered Concrete
- Dallas Cowboys Stadium – Sadler stone
- Hero Statue in NYC – Marble
- Hay St Mall (Australian pedestrian mall) – Granite
- Yale University – Marble
- Queensland Art Gallery – Travertine
- Martello Tower (East England) – York Stone
- University of Geneva – Concrete Paving