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Where To Buy Black Diamond Sealer [BEST]

We have many distributors located in the contiguous United States. Give us a call at 1-800-270-4050 or email us at to see if there is one near you.

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Black diamond engagement rings may have come of age when Mr. Big gave Carrie a 5 ct black diamond engagment ring at the end of the 2010 movie Sex in the City 2. They got more press when Carmen Electra and tattoo artist Kat Von D flaunted their black diamond engagement rings a couple of years later. Interest has continued to grow.

Natural-color black diamonds typically are completely opaque, with a high luster that gives the stones an almost metallic appearance. And because these diamonds are so heavily included, cutting and polishing them can be difficult. They also must be set with great care.

Most of the black diamonds sold for jewelry and engagement rings have been treated to induce the color. Many begin as gray, heavily included and fractured diamonds that are subjected to high-temperature/low-pressure treatment, which graphitizes the fractures, turning them black. Artificial irradiation of off-color diamonds can also produce a green so dark the diamond appears black.

Curing, on the other hand, occurs when the solvents have not only discharged from the sealer, but also have fused with the oxygen in the air. Fully cured paver sealers have hardened into their final stage and are resistant to damage. While most sealers dry within 24 hours, curing can take anywhere from seven to 30 days. 041b061a72


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