Trinic H12 Concrete Benchtop Sealer Semi Gloss

$252.00 + GST

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Trinic H12 Concrete Benchtop Sealer Semi Gloss


H-12 is a two component hybrid water-based sealer for use on concrete countertops, floors, furniture, fireplace surrounds, etc. It’s easy to apply and has excellent stain, acid, and scratch resistance. H-12 is also easy to repair if damaged and deeply penetrates concrete surfaces, forming a chemical bond to the concrete surface.


• Some colour enhancement of surface

• Excellent blush resistance in three days

• UV Stable, will not turn yellow

• Excellent scratch, acid, and stain resistance in seven days

• Continues to build hardness out to 14 days

• Can be re-coated: lightly sand with 400-800 grit sandpaper and apply an additional coat

• Spot repair possible

• Can be used to repair other sealers


Surface must be clean, free from dust, dirt, mildew, oil, grease, paint, sealers, curing agents, waxes, and surface contamination. We recommend wiping the piece down with acetone before starting the sealing process. Acetone leaves the least amount of residue of most of the common solvents.


  1. Mix the A-side by stirring for 2 minutes (more if container has sat a long time or if you are mixing larger than a quart)
  2. Measure out 2 parts A-side and 1 part B-side. This must be accurate, use syringe or precise measuring cup on a level surface.
  3. Dump B-side into A-side making sure to dispense all of the B into A. (Not the other way around) Mix with a drill mixer taking care to scrape sides and bottom of the container well with a non-absorbent stir stick. Mix A and B together by stirring or with a drill mixer for a minimum of 3 minutes (Longer may be necessary if mixing more than a quart) Scrape sides and bottom of container well with a non-absorbent stir stick.
  4. Once A and B are fully mixed let the material sit for 5 minutes BEFORE adding water.
  5. Add in water and mix for 2 minutes by stirring or drill mix.
  6. Let both sides and the water sit for 5 minutes and then apply as instructed.


Professional use only.


  1. 7 parts water to 1 part sealer. Flood the surface working sealer around until no more sealer is soaking into the surface. This may take 10-20 minutes. Roll off all excess material. Ring out foam roller to remove any access material, back roll. Dry the roller with paper towels or clean rag, back roll again. Repeat this step twice until all the bubbles and roller lines are gone. Switch to a dry roller and do a final back roll. The thinner the coat, the better the scratch resistance. Next coat can be started when the surface is smudge free, minimum of 3 hours after application.
  2. This is the process for coat 2 and 3. 4 parts water to 1 part sealer. Apply sufficient H-12 to allow you to push a puddle in front of the roller working your way from one end of the surface to the other, roll the edges as you go. As soon as you reach the other end begin the back rolling procedure as outlined above. Next coat can be started when the surface is smudge free, plus one hour.
  3. This is the process for coat 4 and above. 3 parts water to 1 part sealer. Follow the same procedure as coats 2 & 3.


Follow the same procedures as with countertops (above), but you will likely not need to do more than a couple of 7:1 coats or perhaps a 7:1 and then a 4:1 coat. There is no set dilution ratio and you have the freedom to dilute as much or as little as suits your project. Simply test samples to verify your results.