Masonry Saver (Defy) Brick Water Repellent 5 Gallon

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Masonry Saver (Defy) Water Repellent for Vertical Brick is a modified siloxane based product designed to penetrate deeply in to most masonry and concrete pores. This masonry waterproofing product allows deep penetration of its active ingredient of up to 1/4 inch or more.

The special siloxanes in DEFY Water Repellent for Brick react to form strong chemical bonds beneath a treated surface. These bonds allow the product to become a physical part of the structure and provide long-lasting water repellent protection without altering the appearance of the brick. DEFY Water Repellent for Brick treatment is 100% vapor permeable, which allows the water moisture to escape. This reduces costly chimney repair such as spalling, scaling, deterioration, and freeze-thaw damage that results from trapped moisture when clear coatings and water sealers are used for waterproofing brick.

Applies with pump sprayer
Coverage Rate:
Sq. Ft. per Gallon:
Brick: 100-150
Block: 50-75
Concrete: 75-150
Stucco: 75-150
Limestone: 75-150

Product Data Sheet

Gallon Sizes:
1's & 5's
Coverage Per Gallon:
Brick: 100-150
Block: 50-75
Concrete: 75-150
Stucco: 75-150
Limestone: 75-150
Temperature:
40 F Minimum
Application Tools:
Sprayer
Dry Time:
1-2 Hours
Cleanup:
Water & Soap
More Info:
Product Data

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RE: Masonry Saver (Defy) Brick Water Repellent 5 Gallon
Quoting Jackson Masonry:
I have been using sure klean weather seal siloxane wb concentrate for many years and looking for a similar product to reduce cost. If your product has the same ingredients to what I am using now at a reduced cost I would be interested.
Thanks, Art.

It is a very similar product and ours is siloxane based as well.
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owner
I have been using sure klean weather seal siloxane wb concentrate for many years and looking for a similar product to reduce cost. If your product has the same ingredients to what I am using now at a reduced cost I would be interested.
Thanks, Art.
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re: President
You would get some help with this product but it is virtually impossible to stop what you are asking about 100%.
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President
I was looking for a produdt to use on the interior of a brick (Chicago common brick) foundation. The house was built in the late 1800's and has no direct leaks but does have a dampness to it. We wanted to finish a portion of this basement leaving the brick walls exposed but wanted to clean and "clear seal" them to create a moisture block. Is this a product that would be suitable for such a task?
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