A wet-look sealer won't make your pavers slippery. It only gives them a glossy, wet-looking finish, but it doesn't actually wet the surface, so you don't have to worry about slipping. To be extra safe, you can add an anti-slip additive to your paving stones. However, if you use a low-quality sealant, the surface may become slippery.
Some sealants are high in solids that fill the pores of concrete. This can create a solid layer on the surface of the pavement that becomes slippery when exposed to moisture. Another factor that can cause slipperiness is the application technique. Even if you use a good quality sealant, if it's applied in excess it will form a continuous top layer that will become slippery when wet.
To avoid this, it's best to hire experienced professionals who know the best concrete sealing techniques. The right application technique will ensure that your pavement doesn't become slippery. Consult experts who specialize in concrete sealing and they will inspect your hard surface and recommend the appropriate sealant that won't affect the traction level of your concrete. The Surebond SB-6000 sealant seals and enriches the natural colors of paving stones with an elegant, wet appearance.
When applying wet-look paving stone sealer, use long, even and consistent strokes to make sure you don't miss any part of the pavers. Your sealed paved pavement will have the same level of traction as a sealed coated parking lot or driveway. If you're still worried about your pavers getting slippery when you use wet paving stone sealants, you can add an anti-slip additive to the sealant before it dries. Sealing pavers creates an invisible barrier that protects them from aggressive elements like rain, sun and dirt.