I don’t think i’ve ever seen a bride put more of her own handiwork into a wedding than @katalinnn did. this only scratches the surface, but she created that beautiful ceremony set up behind her in this image with a hat ring and her own hands. 🌾 #ejrphotos
Best oil repellent concrete sealers https://www.foundationarmor.com/articles/best-oil-repellent-concrete-sealers
concrete sealers will not stop oil from staining concrete. period. think of it this way: penetrating sealers p*******e into the concrete where they chemically react in the pores. the surface of the concrete is left exposed so when oil gets spilled onto the surface, a sealer may slow down the movement of the oil into the pores, but the exposed concrete will stain. if you spill oil on the surface of concrete, it should be cleaned up immediately in order to prevent staining.
the three most common types of penetrating sealers are silicate concrete sealers, silane-siloxane water repellent sealers, and siliconate concrete sealers.
silicate concrete sealers will increase the strength of the concrete in order to reduce deterioration caused by surface abrasion, and silane-siloxane and siliconatewater repellent sealers will help to reducing staining and deterioration caused by water absroption.
if you want to stop oil from staining the concrete, you need to use a coating. acrylic sealers, epoxy coatings, and urethane coatings are the best types of coatings to use to stop oil from staining the concrete. acrylic sealers can be used to seal interior and exteiror concrete, while epoxy and urethane coatings should only be used to seal interior concrete.