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  • When Is the Best Time to Treat Moss | Clean-Coat

    When Is The Best Time to Treat Moss?

    What time of year is best to treat or remove moss? Many people wonder what is the best time of year to address moss. Fall is a perfect time for moss removal and treatment. Most surfaces can be pressure washed…

    How to Seal your Pool Deck | Clean-Coat

    How to Seal Your Pool Deck

    Now that it’s pool season in the northwest, we receive several calls from clients inquiring about cleaning, sealing and coating their concrete pool decks. Many people ask us, what’s the best type of sealer for their stamped concrete and exposed aggregate surfaces. Depending on the environment we’re working in, we recommend either water based acrylic sealers or a Xylene based acrylic sealers.

    How To Keep Your Pool Deck Looking New | Clean-Coat

    How To Keep Your Pool Deck Looking New

    Now that it’s pool season in the northwest, we receive several calls from clients inquiring about cleaning, sealing and coating their concrete pool decks. Many people ask us, what’s the best type of sealer for their stamped concrete and exposed aggregate surfaces. Depending on the environment we’re working in, we recommend either water based acrylic sealers or a Xylene based acrylic sealers.

    Elastomeric Joint Sealant for Pool Decks | Clean-Coat

    Elastomeric Joint Sealant for Pool Decks

    Many of our clients with pool decks are part of an HOA, or are members of a community pool or recreation center. In most cases, these are the clients who have the most use at their pools, thus their concrete…

    Re-Dying Decorative Stamped Concrete | Clean-Coat

    Re-Dying Decorative Stamped Concrete

    We receive many questions regarding changing the color of stamped and stained concrete. While re-staining with a darker dye-color is possible, changing from a dark stain color to a lighter color is another story. The new die process does not…