Sealcoat Brush Application
The brush application is generally used when sealcoating smaller and more restricted areas. With the brush application the sealer is forced down into the voids and small hairline cracks, thus filling these areas. The brush process allows for more solid material in the sealer mix for a much thicker coat as well as uses approximately 40% more sealer material than standard 2 coat spray application. After the squeegee coat is dry, we follow with a spray coat, thus providing a coating on the high ridges of the pavement, leaving a build up of material on these ridges, something the squeegee machine can't do. Thus you are getting the ideal application of sealer, working the material into voids, hairline cracks, and porous areas, followed by the build up of sealer on the ridges of the asphalt, providing a nice finish.