Asked Jan 7, 2008, 09:04 PM
We have a new house with a basement and I would like to apply Drylock to the block walls before we move in, for two reasons:
1) Clean up/lighten the walls to make it a little cleaner and brighter down there
2) Add a little insurance in the waterproofing department--we have other waterproofing measures in place already
My question is about the Drylock masonry waterproofer products. Could anyone comment on the Latex Base, Oil Base, Extreme Latex-Base, and Powdered products found here: UGL - DRYLOK® Masonry - Masonry Waterproofer
How difficult are they to apply and work with? Which results in a better final coating? What is the point of the powdered version?
Sorry to ask so much, but this seems like a great place to get some information, and I hope that you can help me make a decision. Thanks in advance!