COUNTERTOP SEALER 880

5 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)
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16 oz. Ready to Use: $69.88

$69.88

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Product Description

A solvent-based countertop sealer featuring an oleophobic additive that repels water and fluids, resisting staining, and eases clean up.

Coverage:

Up to 25 square feet per container for both required coats. (Up to 50 square feet per coat)

Applications: Interior concrete countertops, exterior concrete countertops, honed marble, slate, travertine, natural stone, tile, grout
*Not for use on: Ardex/feather finish countertops, concrete tables that have been sealed with a manufacturers wax or sealer

Technical:

  • Feature: Water & Stain Repellent
  • Chemistry: Modified Silane/Siloxane
  • Color: Clear
  • Finish: Invisible
  • Category: Penetrating
  • Carrier: Solvent
  • Availability: Ready to Use
  • Packaging: 1 Pint (16 oz.)
  • Interior/Exterior: Interior/Exterior
  • Application Method: Roller, Brush
  • Application Temperature: 45 F – 90 F
  • Number of Coats: 2
  • Time Between Coats: 5 Minutes
  • Drying Time (dry to touch): 6 Hours
  • Drying time (full cure): 24 Hours
  • Time before/after rain: 48 Hours
  • New Concrete: Yes, at least 28 days after being poured
  • Storage/Shelf Life: 1 Year
  • Clean up: Mineral spirits
  • Paintable: No
  • VOC Content: 300 g/L

For complete Countertop Sealer 880 application, SDS Sheets, FAQ’s, testing and technical data visit www.ghostshield.com

5 reviews for COUNTERTOP SEALER 880

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Five star rating from a verified purchaser

  2. 5 out of 5

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    The Countertop Sealer 880 is the sealer to choose if you are looking for a natural finish. I have tried both the 511 sealer and the 880, the 511 left little spots on my honed marble countertop whereas the Countertop 880 product dried completely clear and invisible, you cant even tell it is there. My countertops are very porous and prior to sealing a stain would soak in and etch within seconds. Since we sealed the countertops there is a noticeable difference as to how low we can keep ketchup, mustard, oils etc. on the countertop before it starts to stain. I would recommend this product.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I tried both the Countertop 770 sealer and the Countertop 880 sealer and I found that you can leave spills on a countertop sealed with the 880 longer than the 770. They both left clear finishes, you cant even tell they are there, but the countertop sealed with the 880 has a lot let stains. (880 has more of an odor when we were applying it). I understand that these are penetrating sealers so they don’t completely keep out stains, but they make clean up breeze vs if the countertops are not sealed.

  4. 5 out of 5

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    First off let me say I am very impressed with this Ghostshield product and I give it a 5 star rating. Pros: natural finish, very water repellent, gives me time to clean up spills before they stain the countertops. Cons: Smelly during application but then the smell went away within a few hours of sealing.

  5. 5 out of 5

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    The best countertop sealer I have used on my concrete countertops, I did not want a gloss or sheen and this left the countertops looking exactly the same as they did before we sealed them.

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