Paver Refinish Water Based Stripper Low Sheen Finish

Paver floor in need of Refinish. Only stripped with water-based stripper and sealed to a low sheen, matte finish.

These are the jobs we love because we know what the so called competition is up to, but it's not everyday we are able to see it. We are regularly asked to complete or re-do a project that was started by someone else. In this case a paver floor has been stripped by another company.

It must be an improvement but definitely not what the owner expected and paid for. Too bad for our owner the other guy didn't offer a No Risk Policy like ours.


Would you pay for this?


We stripped this floor with water-based strippers and we are still trying to figure out what was so difficult about it for the last guy. I guess he hasn't stripped over 1000 paver floors or maintained over 350 paver floors annually.


The floor has been stripped, but not sealed. The pavers still have some evidence of surface scuffs, scratches and chips. These are all things that will occur to pavers throughout the life of the floor and for the most part cannot be reversed. What you don't see anymore is dirt. Just Color!


That's as clean as it gets!


This floor was sealed with a low sheen topical coating. As a general rule a low sheen finish will not be as durable as a higher sheen finish because we build a high sheen finish on top of a low sheen finish.


This kitchen is bright and light again.


Do your pavers look this good?