If you recently had concrete work done outdoors like a stamped or textured driveway or sidewalk but didn’t get a chance to have it sealed before the weather turned cold, what should you do?
With unsealed concrete there is always a chance of freeze or thaw damage in colder weather. If the mix was correct you shouldn’t have any problems.
If you get a couple of warmer days it is advisable to get the concrete sealed but the concrete has to be dry for 24 hours before you seal it.
If the temperature remains cold you will have to leave it unsealed until the weather warms and allows for it to be properly sealed.