Paver sealing is a meticulous 4-step procedure:
First, surface cleaning is done to thoroughly clean the pavers before sanding the joints. Flat surface machines specifically designed for pavers are used during this step. During the cleaning process, most of the joint sand between your pavers will be forced out along with dirt, weed, and other elements.
Second, new premium sand is swept over the paver surface to replace what was removed during surface cleaning.
Third, wet sanding is done to place new sand between the pavers to prevent the sand from reaching the paver’s surface.
Lastly, a paver sealant is liberally applied on the pavers, making sure that the new joint sand is thoroughly saturated. After 24 hours of drying your newly-sealed pavers, they will be ready for use.