01:38PM | 02/17/04
Member Since: 06/18/03
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How thick is mexican tile?What is a good glaze ( sealer to use on mexican tile?)


04:25PM | 02/18/04
Member Since: 02/09/04
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It is usually thick since it is also usually not all that strong. I think it is often 5/8" though there may be thinner ones.

Most folks want a clear sealer that has some gloss. I recommend MexSeal (or it may be MexiSeal). It will wear out and scratch off, but that's life.

If you want no change in the surface appearance, I WOULD recommend an invisible and permanent sealer that I sell, but that would be advertising, wouldn't it? :^) So try one of the other sealers and be prepared to reseal often. Porous Plus from Miracle will work for awhile.


12:56PM | 02/26/04
Member Since: 02/25/04
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Mexican pavers or Saltillo tile should have a penetrating sealer applied before installation. After installation and grouting I use 4 coats of Jasco Gloss & Seal for a glossy finish or Jasco Natural Look for a more natural finish. Great results and the finish lasts longer than any other product that I've used.


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