How many coats of DRYLOK should I do?
A minimum of 2 coats is required for the fully transferable warranty to apply. Now, inspect the surface for any remaining pinholes and fill them in. If it still leaks, a random pore or pinhole is still open. via
Can you DRYLOK over old DRYLOK?
DRYLOK is not warranted when used over previously painted surfaces or on horizontal surfaces. DRYLOK EXTREME may be applied over surface previously painted with Latex Base DRYLOK Masonry Waterproofer or Oil Base DRYLOK Masonry Waterproofer. via
Can you paint DRYLOK over existing paint?
DRYLOK loses its waterproofing ability when applying the chemical over painted walls or flooring containing latex or oil-based paint. You can still apply DRYLOK over latex or oil-based paint but the chemical will not prevent moisture from seeping in through the concrete wall or flooring. via
Can you paint Kilz over DRYLOK?
Applying Paint Over DRYLOK
Wait at least 24 hours before painting over fresh DRYLOK, as this allows for ample drying time. Any acrylic or latex paint works well atop DRYLOK. via
How long does Drylok paint last?
How long will DRYLOK® Masonry Waterproofer maintain its effectiveness? A. When applied according to directions, DRYLOK® Original Masonry Waterproofer is warranted for 10 years, DRYLOK® Extreme Masonry Waterproofer is warranted for 15 years, and DRYLOK® Floor & Wall Masonry Waterproofer is warranted for 7 years. via
Does Drylok really work?
Yes, Drylok paint really does work. In fact, if you need paint that will be waterproof then this is the perfect choice. Before you start painting you will have to ensure that the wall isn't too wet, otherwise this will impact the effectiveness of the paint. via
Does DRYLOK cause mold?
Once the stains have been removed, Drylok will prevent any further moisture penetrating the surface and causing mold or mildew to grow. The fungus thrives on anything with excess moisture and can spread alarming quickly, so it's a good idea to spot it at the source as soon as you discover the problem. via
Will DRYLOK stop water?
DRYLOK® penetrates tiny pores in the masonry to form a watertight coating that stops leaks. DRYLOK® will stop water from penetrating the inside of masonry walls even during the most torrential downpours. via
What is the best way to apply DRYLOK? (video)
How soon can you paint DRYLOK fast plug?
Cannot be reworked once it has set. SET TIME: 3-5 minutes Note: Maximum cure and dry time will be prolonged when slightly humid and when damp, cool conditions prevail. via
Is DRYLOK concrete floor paint waterproof?
Waterproof interior, exterior, above or below grade walls. DRYLOK® Floor & Wall Masonry Waterproofer is also perfect for floors, basements, retaining walls, decorative brick and stone facades, and more. Product Features: Clear, high-gloss finish. via
Can you add water to DRYLOK paint?
The DRYLOK® will enter the pores and pinholes in the concrete, and bond to the surface to seal out water. Let it dry for one week, then add fresh water. via
Should I use Kilz before Drylok?
A. Yes, using a good quality 100% acrylic latex paint. DRYLOK® Masonry Waterproofer can also be tinted for a decorative finished coat. So it seems clear that you should put the Drylock on first and then any other paint, including the anti-mold primer. via