02:51AM | 06/29/13
I found that the product worked well when applied in shade or in the evening, but went milky when applied in direct sunlight. Be sure to do a test patch first!


09:11AM | 09/16/13
Same problem here, rolled on behrwet look sealer and has left some white patches. I looked really really close to the milky area"s and found tiny little bubbles and that's what is making it look milky. Question, can the spots be sanded and then reapply over the whole thing


10:39AM | 10/19/14
I just applied the Behr product yesterday and I have areas that are very milky. Instructions were closely followed and I was very cautions as to the application. Not to much, not to little. Used a roller. Are there any other comments or recommendations as to remedies? I'm considering attempting to remove.


09:50AM | 08/03/16
My understanding is that this works best after using a penetrating sealer first.
"Never apply the Behr Wet Look directly to stone, brick or tile. (It says so in the instructions) You have to start by using a penetrating sealer, preferably a water based one such as Behr 98001. Confusingly they call it a Protector & Sealer but its really a penetrating sealer. The 98501 Wet Look also a water based sealer, will then bond perfectly to the 98001."


10:37PM | 11/06/16
Hi every one has anyone found a simple solution?
I walked into this, behr should have a skull and crossbones warning on the front saying this was possible, i cant beleive no class action suit, so many people, this is way too difficult to correct. i hope by now someone has a solution
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