A wet-look sealer won't make pavers slippery, as it only creates a glossy, wet-looking finish without actually wetting the surface. To ensure safety, an anti-slip additive can be applied to the paving stones. However, some sealants and brick surfaces can become dangerously slippery when wet. A wet cast brick paving stone has a denser and smoother finishing surface.
Applying certain types of sealants to these pavers can make them very slippery when wet. To avoid this, special penetrating, non-film-forming sealants should be used. Surebond SB-6000 sealant is a great option for sealing and enriching the natural colors of paving stones with an elegant, wet appearance. When applying this sealant, it's important to use long, even and consistent strokes to ensure that no part of the pavers is missed.
If you're still worried about your pavers becoming slippery, you can mix an anti-slip additive with the sealant before it dries. Most brick pavers have enough texture and pores so that the sealant does not form a solid film on the paving stone surface. Sealing pavers creates an invisible barrier that protects them from aggressive elements such as rain, sun and dirt.