Question for anyone experienced with concrete pavers.
I did my entire yard over about 7 years ago with a Cambridge Paver patio and pool surround.
I did not seal it.
Sun damage and general wear have really dullened the look of the pavers. They are toffee onyx color.
Is there a way to get some of that original look back, short of replacing them?
Looking online, I see some people suggest sealing them with a wet look sealer. But not sure what they looks like. If I blast them with a hose, they just look dark and colorless. Thats why I never did it before.
As they are drying from all that water, they do look fantastic. I would say right before they are completely dry... Maybe there is a sealer that gives them that look?
My other thought as a DIY project was to maybe just replace 100 at a time per season.
Pick them up with screw drivers in random places and replace. Repeat again next year. That will keep costs down, and hopefully not make it too obvious....
Any suggestions? Thanks a lot.