Can Mexican Beach Pebble be sealed to maintain black color?

Kik4130891
by Kik4130891
It’s dark when wet then turns a gray blue when dry. I’d like to seal to maintain rich black color.

  5 answers
  • Jcraw Jcraw on Jun 15, 2018


     A gentleman said he had used this product quite successfully. He made a sort of colander (old bucket) to put the rocks in and poured the product over to drain in the lower bucket. Laid them on a white sheet to dry.

    It’s called Cromellin. It’s Australian, but I’m sure there are similar products here.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Jun 15, 2018

    here is a article for you about the pebbles.https://www.braensupply.com/black-mexican-beach-pebbles/

  • Jeanette S Jeanette S on Jun 15, 2018

    My sister picked up some beautiful, very colorful rocks at the beach while living in Greece for 2 years. But when they dried, they were very dull. She varnished hers.

  • William William on Jun 15, 2018

    A marine grade varnish should work. Helmsman is great. Polyurethanes will spider crack and peel. Mod Podge may also work but not for outdoors.

  • Rock Stones & Pebbles Rock Stones & Pebbles on Mar 05, 2021

    Perhaps the most mainstream employments of Mexican waterway rock ( Mexican Beach Pebbles) are for water highlights. These smooth, adjusted stones are ideal for in and around pools as you can stroll on them shoeless.