It is recommended that you do not drive through the sealed area for at least two days or the sealant will be damaged by tire tracks. To ensure the best results, it is best to wait 3 to 4 days before driving your car over the sealed area. While 24 hours is ideal for a sealant to dry on pavers, specific circumstances can delay or accelerate the process. The setting and curing times of the sealant vary depending on the type of paving material, such as paving stone, brick and concrete.
When they come into contact with water after sealing work, pavers can develop imperfections and discoloration, ruining their aesthetic appeal. To avoid this, it is wise to stay away from the sealed area before it dries completely. However, it is safe to walk on a cobblestone if it is dry to the touch.