Berger Water Based Sealer

A water-based acryllic sealer with superior spreading rate and sealing properties that make it perfect for use under water-based top coats.

Berger Water Based Sealer is a premium quality, styrenated acrylic emulsion exterior/interior primer, designed to provide a sound base for Berger’s textured or smooth coatings. It provides excellent sealing properies and is certified for compliance to SS221 as per Product Listing Scheme.


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Resistant to Alkali and efflorescenceAnti-CarbonationExcellent Sealing Property
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Surface Preparation

Please ensure that surface to be coated is dry (moisture meter reading of <6%),  clean and free from all loose extraneous materials such as loose paint, dust etc. If fungus or algae is present, treat with Berger Fungicidal Wash. For repainting over old coatings, remove all loose or flaking coatings and take them back to a firm edge. Ensure the remaining coating is tightly adherent.

Application Procedure

Stir contents of the can thoroughly before use. Thinning is not usually required, however, if desired, do not exceed the thinning ratio mentioned in the product data sheet.

Tools you can use


May be used for difficult shapes or touch up purposes



May be used for difficult shapes or touch up purposes

Available Packs

1L/  5L/  20L

1 Coat
9.2 Sqm/L @ 25 microns**


On well-prepared surfaces, as per the painting system recommended. Please refer to the Product Data Sheet for surface preparation and method of application.

** Actual coverage may vary from the quoted coverage due to factors such as method and condition of application, surface roughness, and porosity.

Popular system

  • Base Coat
    Berger Water Based Sealer
  • Second Coat
    Weathercoat 345

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  • Base Coat
    Berger Water Based Sealer
  • Second Coat
    Berger Wallcare
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