Masonry Saver (Defy) Heavy Duty Water Repellent 1 Gallon

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$29.45
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Masonry Saver (Defy) All Purpose Heavy Duty Water Repellent is the "Work-Horse" product of the Defy line. This proprietary blend of silanes and siloxanes creates a "SaltShield" barrier on concrete surfaces, for greater resistances to the deteriorating effects of road salts and de-icing chemicals. This superior concrete waterproofing product is a great choice for both horizontal and vertical above grade surfaces including driveways, sidewalks, adobe, architectural concrete, clay brick, mortars, natural stone, limestone, sandstone, granite, terra cotta, exposed aggregate products, Portland cement stuccos, and concrete masonry units.

  • Repels Water, Stains, Oils, etc
  • Breathable, non-film forming and will not alter the surface color or appearance.
  • Freeze/thaw protection
  • Non-Glossy
  • Long Term Protection - & year Warranty
  • Stain Protection

Coverage Rate: Apply with pump or airless sprayer.
Sq. Ft. per Gallon:
Brick: 90-150
Block: 50-75
Concrete: 75-150
Stucco: 75-150
Adobe: 75-150
Limestone: 75-150

Product Data Sheet

Gallon Sizes:
1's & 5's
Coverage Per Gallon:
Brick: 90-150
Block: 50-75
Concrete: 75-150
Stucco: 75-150
Adobe: 75-150
Limestone: 75-150
Temperature:
40 F Minimum
Application Tools:
Sprayer, Roller
Dry Time:
1-2 Hours
Cleanup:
Water & Soap
More Info:
Product Data

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    opwdecks · 06/05/2016
    Dan Hale:
    Can this product be applied with a brush or roller? The exterior concrete block foundation of my garage is exposed 1 course above grade and is deteriorating badly due to salt corrosion/exposure and freeze/thaw cycles (I live in Minnesota). Is this the proper product for this project?

    Use a roller or sprayer and yes it is the correct product.
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    Dan Hale · 06/05/2016
    Can this product be applied with a brush or roller? The exterior concrete block foundation of my garage is exposed 1 course above grade and is deteriorating badly due to salt corrosion/exposure and freeze/thaw cycles (I live in Minnesota). Is this the proper product for this project?
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    opwdecks · 04/17/2015
    Don Bittner:
    We have an exterior patio and surface around the swimming pool that is exposed aggregate. The surface shows the tops of the small rounded stones with concrete in between. These were previously treated with a solvent-base acrylic sealer 6 years ago. What should I use to seal and how should the surface be prepared?

    Clean to remove dirt and and stains. Seal with the Masonry Saver Decorative Concrete Sealer:
    http://www.defystain.com/decorative-concrete-sealer.html
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    Don Bittner · 04/16/2015
    We have an exterior patio and surface around the swimming pool that is exposed aggregate. The surface shows the tops of the small rounded stones with concrete in between. These were previously treated with a solvent-base acrylic sealer 6 years ago. What should I use to seal and how should the surface be prepared?
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    opwdecks · 06/22/2014
    Dano:
    I have a customer that wants the stucco sealed on an exterior fireplace built from concrete block and then stuccoed. The stucco is showing some hair line cracks allowing water to penetrate and effervesce through the stucco in some spots. I want to dry clean the stucco and spray apply the heavy duty water repellent. Will it work?

    This is not made for stucco.
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    Daniel Post · 06/20/2014
    I have a customer that wants the stucco sealed on an exterior fireplace built from concrete block and then stuccoed. The stucco is showing some hair line cracks allowing water to penetrate and effervesce through the stucco in some spots. I want to dry clean the stucco and spray apply the heavy duty water repellent. Will it work?
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    opwdecks · 01/27/2014
    Kevin, It should be fine.
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    Kevin · 01/26/2014
    We have a Brick fireplace front that gets mildly warm, though not in contact with fire. I have some all purpose Defy Heavy-Duty Water Repellant left over from our house brick front treatment. Can I use this for the fireplace front?
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    thesealerstore · 09/15/2013
    Yes but you want the Defy Brick Water Repellent for this.
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    Phil Schneider · 09/15/2013
    My house exterior is all brick. Water penetrates the brick during hard wind driven rains and leaks into lower level.
    Will DEFY help?
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    opwdecks · 07/01/2013
    You would want this product for sealing a garage floor.
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    Joe Frescura · 06/30/2013
    Hi,

    I'm wanting to treat my garage floor. Would this be the best product or is there another that would be better? I want the best.

    Thanks.
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    opwdecks · 06/06/2012
    We do not sell any concrete stain but a wet look sealer will restore the color as if wet with water. The Defy Paver Sealer will do that.
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    Nick Mattera · 06/06/2012
    I have a walkway that is made of pavers (red) and in high traffic areas or areas where the sun constantly beats on them they have faded. Is there a product that can help to restore the color back – a concrete stain?