Masonry Saver (Defy) Heavy Duty Water Repellent 5 Gallon

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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

Reviews

Thursday, 19 October 2017

This superior concrete waterproofing product is a great choice for both horizontal and vertical concrete.

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    Toni · 09/28/2019
    Also we are in Michigan so winter will be here soon. ?
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      thesealerstore · 09/29/2019
      You will need to remove the stains first.
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        Toni · 09/29/2019
        Is there a product we can use to remove the stains? Or do you know of anyway to remove the stains?
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          thesealerstore · 09/30/2019
          Try watered down bleach at 1 part to 4 pars water. Apply, let sit for 10 minutes, and then rinse well with water to remove.
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            Toni · 09/30/2019
            Thank you! We will try that.
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    Toni · 09/28/2019
    Hello! We have about a month old driveway. We bought this product to seal our new driveway. The leaves from our tree have started to fall every time it rains and have left ALOT of staining on our driveway. (After the rain we try and get them off with a broom) If we apply this sealer will the stains from the leaves fade away still, or will the stains be permanently? I don’t want to look at all of these leave stains long term on my brand new driveway so I am nervous if we should seal right now or wait for them to fade. Any advise is appreciated.
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    Vic · 09/20/2019
    How do you remove the cap from the 5 gallon? We remove the band around the large cap but could not figure out how to properly remove the cap.
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    NorthEast · 07/01/2019
    I applied this to my driveway last summer. Excellent product. Should i power wash my driveway and re-apply the Masonry Saver (Defy) All Purpose Heavy Duty Water Repellent again this summer?

    How long does the protection last?
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    Greg · 06/03/2019
    I am contemplating to apply this penetrating sealer to concrete pavers for longer overall protection, and then apply a film forming acrylic or epoxy sealer on top in order to lock the joint sand and possibly enhance the color. Would that combination work with either solvent or water based film forming sealer? Will it stick well to the surface treated with penetrating sealer?
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      thesealerstore · 06/04/2019
      No, that will not work nor would it make it last any longer.
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        Greg · 06/04/2019
        Thanks a lot for prompt reply! Could you please explain why not? I installed the pavers last year and now I see some mild efflorescence in certain spots. I thought the silicone sealer would address that issue before I put acrylic on top. I was also told someplace else that a solvent based sealer should adhere just fine after silicone has been fully cured. Thanks again!
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          thesealerstore · 06/04/2019
          No sealer will stop efflorescence. Putting the first coat os HD on will repel the Paver Sealer. Does not matter the base.
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    Dale · 03/25/2019
    Not sure if my patio was previously sealed with. Does this stuff work on solvent based ?
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      thesealerstore · 03/25/2019
      If the current sealer is still beading water, then no. If it is porous and does not bead water, then yes.
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    Cory · 07/09/2018
    Using in an indoor space concrete slab with brush finish just need water sealing and ability to mop... is this the stuff? Also does the pump sprayer mater or could it be a hand pump sprayer vs an airless mechanical? Also is this sold in stores?
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      thesealerstore · 07/10/2018
      The pump sprayer is the correct way to apply. This product will work for your scenario.
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    thesealerstore · 09/25/2017
    Douglas Paff:
    If I apply MasonrySaver All-Purpose Heavy Duty Water Repellent on painted stucco wall, can I thereafter an any time frame repaint the stucco wall?

    This product cannot be applied to a painted stucco wall.
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    Douglas Paff · 09/24/2017
    If I apply MasonrySaver All-Purpose Heavy Duty Water Repellent on painted stucco wall, can I thereafter an any time frame repaint the stucco wall?
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    opwdecks · 07/29/2017
    Rick S:
    I have always sealed with a solvent based product. I live in WI and want a product that I could use on my driveway as well as my garage floors.
    Thank you

    There currently is a solvent based sealer in these areas?
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    Rick S · 07/28/2017
    I have always sealed with a solvent based product. I live in WI and want a product that I could use on my driveway as well as my garage floors.

    Thank you
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    opwdecks · 04/12/2017
    Ajay:
    I have a 4500 sq foot driveway of colored concrete pavers of varying sizes. Pavers have joint lock sand. Is this appropriate for this application? How long will one application last? 7 years? How many gallons will I need? Thanks

    Are you just trying to seal the pavers or seal and enhance the appearance with a wet look and/or shine?
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    Ajay · 04/12/2017
    I have a 4500 sq foot driveway of colored concrete pavers of varying sizes. Pavers have joint lock sand. Is this appropriate for this application? How long will one application last? 7 years? How many gallons will I need? Thanks
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    clayton montgomery · 09/18/2016
    Hi,
    First I want to thank you for getting my back order to me on time. I was power washing my drive when the FED X truck arrived with my 10 gallon order. The next day when the drive way was good and dry I applied the DEFY as instructed and waited a day for it to completely dry before testing it and boy was I amazed the water just beaded up and ran off and my drive way still looked dry. Thank you for a Great product.
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    opwdecks · 09/18/2016
    Eric David Baker:
    You show 75-150 per sqft. For concrete But the directions how 150-300. Which is it? I have 1800 sq ft oc Concrete.

    It varies based on the porosity. 150 per gallon is normal.
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    Eric David Baker · 09/17/2016
    You show 75-150 per sqft. For concrete But the directions how 150-300. Which is it? I have 1800 sq ft oc Concrete.
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    opwdecks · 08/30/2016
    John Hudak:
    Is five gallon container ready to use? Can it be applied by a paint roller?

    Hi John, we already replied to this question. See below.
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    John Hudak · 08/29/2016
    Is five gallon container ready to use? Can it be applied by a paint roller?
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    opwdecks · 08/28/2016
    John Hudak:
    Is this premixed or do you have to mix it yourself? Can it be applied with a roller?

    Thank you

    Best to apply with a sprayer but it can be rolled. It is pre mixed.
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    John Hudak · 08/27/2016
    Is this premixed or do you have to mix it yourself? Can it be applied with a roller?

    Thank you
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    opwdecks · 07/25/2016
    Bob Craft:
    I have just about 650 sq ft of brand new pavers I installed in Jacksonville Florida. Do I need to put two coats of Defy Masonry saver? If yes does that mean I need 10 gallons or is the 5 gallon enough

    This product require one coat. About 5-7 gallons for this.
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    Bob Craft · 07/25/2016
    I have just about 650 sq ft of brand new pavers I installed in Jacksonville Florida. Do I need to put two coats of Defy Masonry saver? If yes does that mean I need 10 gallons or is the 5 gallon enough
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    opwdecks · 05/20/2016
    Fred Pottschmidt:
    I've power washed my driveway and walks. I have 2200sq ft to seal. How much of the Heavy Duty Water Repellent do I need, and how do you apply it? Do you spray it with a garden tank sprayer then roll it, or just spray it?

    Also can I use this on my garage floor?

    15-20 gallons for this. Just one coat. Best to apply with a pump sprayer. No need to back roll. See this for additional info:

    http://www.defystain.com/allpurpose.pdf
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    Fred Pottschmidt · 05/19/2016
    I've power washed my driveway and walks. I have 2200sq ft to seal. How much of the Heavy Duty Water Repellent do I need, and how do you apply it? Do you spray it with a garden tank sprayer then roll it, or just spray it?

    Also can I use this on my garage floor?
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    opwdecks · 10/15/2015
    DC:
    Brand new concrete driveway which is brush finished, poured yesterday 10-14-15. I want to seal before winter, but it can't end up slick or glossy and do not want to darken the color. What product do I need, and how long to wait before applying? Live in Michigan, so it will be really cold in another few weeks. How long after I order will it take to get the product here?

    New concrete needs to cure for 28 days and the application temp needs to be above 40 degrees. If the temps separate in mid November then this is the correct product to use. If not then you will have to wait until next Spring. We are in Bloomfield Hills MI.
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    DC · 10/15/2015
    Brand new concrete driveway which is brush finished, poured yesterday 10-14-15. I want to seal before winter, but it can't end up slick or glossy and do not want to darken the color. What product do I need, and how long to wait before applying? Live in Michigan, so it will be really cold in another few weeks. How long after I order will it take to get the product here?
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    opwdecks · 09/29/2015
    Brett Pulliam:
    Hi. We have a concrete driveway that is about 50 years old. We pressure washed to remove stains but had to resort to clorox. I'm sure a lot was absorbed. It's been raining cats and dogs here for days and hope that will help dilute. Will that affect the HD water repellant if we apply after the driveway dries out?
    Thanks.

    It should not.
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    Brett Pulliam · 09/28/2015
    Hi. We have a concrete driveway that is about 50 years old. We pressure washed to remove stains but had to resort to clorox. I'm sure a lot was absorbed. It's been raining cats and dogs here for days and hope that will help dilute. Will that affect the HD water repellant if we apply after the driveway dries out?
    Thanks.
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    opwdecks · 08/10/2015
    Dee:
    Is this product water-based or solvent-based? Also, I read somewhere that you need to wait at least 28 days before applying this to newly installed brick. Is this true? Thanks!

    Water based. Yes on new concrete and 28 days.
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    Dee · 08/09/2015
    Is this product water-based or solvent-based? Also, I read somewhere that you need to wait at least 28 days before applying this to newly installed brick. Is this true? Thanks!