Protection for Color Concrete Exposed Aggregate and Burnished Block – Bright Kure & Seal

TK Product’s Bright Kure & Seal is a 100% Acrylic concrete cure and seal that is 26% solids. Formulated in a gloss or matte finish, TK’s cure and seal has been approved by the Department of Transportation (DOT) in the use of curing decorative concrete surfaces in some states. Bright Kure & Seal can be used in interior and exterior on both freshly poured concrete as well as existing concrete surfaces for ultimate protection.

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Protection for Color Concrete Exposed Aggregate and Burnished Block – Bright Kure & Seal

Bright Kure & Seal was formulated to protect architectural concrete such as exposed aggregate, colored, and stamped concrete. A 26% solids, non-yellowing, cure and a seal made from pure 100% acrylic. It has been tested and approved by the Minnesota (DOT) Department of Transportation for the curing of decorative concrete surfaces. Available in a gloss and matte finish.

Bright Kure & Seal Application Uses.

Bright Kure & Seal suitable for interior or exterior use on new and existing surfaces. Ideal for exposed aggregate and colored concrete surfaces, paving block, patio stone, driveways, and garage floors:

  • Architectural Concrete
  • Cementitious Surfaces
  • Exposed Aggregate
  • Colored Concrete
  • Stamped Concrete
  • Stone Surfaces
  • Slate Surfaces
  • Concrete Pavers and Block
  • Sidewalks and Walkways
  • Decorative Concrete Overlays

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Bright Kure & Seal Benefits

  • Meets the VOC regulatory compliance for AIM
  • Superior penetration and adhesion
  • Resists aggregate pop out and surface abrasion
  • Color enhancing properties

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Applying TK Bright Kure & Seal™ Products:

Surfaces must be clean, dry, and free of form oils, grease, dust, frost, and curing compounds (particularly wax-based). Large areas may be blown dust free by compressed air, washed, and let dry. Surface water must be allowed to completely dissipate before applying.

Exposed Aggregate Application Preparation:
When applying to exposed aggregate as a curing compound, the surface should be washed with a mild acid solution to remove the thin film of cement dust, then flushed with water and allowed to dry before applying BRIGHT KURE & SEAL.

At this point, a small mock-up area should be applied in an inconspicuous location to test the compatibility of the coating with the prepared substrate. Allow the coating to dry and cure fully, then inspect for proper film formation, gloss, and adhesion. Confirm that the film is free from whitening or any other defects.

The material is ready for use and requires no mixing or dilution. It is unlawful to further dilute with non-exempt solvents.


For Horizontal Surfaces:
May be applied by low-pressure sprayer and back rolled. It may also be applied with a roller or brush in small areas. Apply in a uniform manner and at the specified application rate, taking care to avoid lap marks. Use natural breakpoints, such as cuts and joints, as stopping points whenever possible. DO NOT OVER APPLY.

For Vertical Surfaces:
For best results, apply with an airless sprayer and back roll. Apply in a uniform manner at the specified application rate, taking care to avoid lap marks. Use natural breakpoints, such as cuts and joints, as stopping points whenever possible. DO NOT OVER APPLY. Note that concrete must be fully cured (looks uniform in color) and dry at the time of application. This eliminates the possibility of moisture becoming trapped between the film and the concrete slab, resulting in a white haze on the surface. If a white haze does develop, the second application of BRIGHT KURE & SEAL will emulsify the film and allow trapped moisture to escape. The coating will then be able to re-harden clearly.

Bright Kure and Seal Coverage Rates:

Curing, Exposed Aggregate:
300-500 square feet per gallon

Second Coat, Cured Concrete/Burnished Block:
300-500 square feet per gallon

  • Coverage rates are provided as a guideline only. Many factors, including surface texture, porosity, and weather conditions, will determine actual coverage rates.

Bright Kure & Seal™ Technical Information:

Composition and Materials:
A blend of 100% methyl/methacrylate acrylic polymers in a fast drying aromatic solvent.
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Tack free: 1 hour
Open to Traffic: 2 hours
VOC Content:
< 700 g/l
A.I.M. Category:
Curing and Sealing Compound
Maximum VOC:
700 g/l
Applicable Standards:
– ASTM C-1315, Type 1, Class A, B & C
– ASTM C-309, Type 1, Class A & B and Type 1D with a red dye added.
– Fed. TTC-C-800A, Type 1, Class 1
– AASHTO Des. M-148, Type 1, Clear – DE CRD – C-300
– USDA Authorization for use in meat, poultry, and food processing plants.
– Resilient Tile Institute approval for compatibility with most resilient tile, carpet adhesives, and paints.

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(SDS) Safety Data Sheets – Matte

(SDS) Safety Data Sheets – Gloss


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