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DRYLOK

Model 27513

Internet #100118662

Store SKU #435657

1 gal. White Masonry Waterproofer

$23.95 /each
  • Waterproof paint guaranteed to stop water through masonry walls
  • Stops water & moisture equivalent to a wall of water 22 feet high
  • Interior/exterior, above/below grade vertical masonry surfaces

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The DRYLOK 1 gal. White Masonry Waterproofer is a low-odor paint formulated to protect any interior, exterior, above- or below-grade masonry surface. This waterproofing paint can withstand 10 lb. of hydrostatic pressure equivalent to water pressure at a depth of 22 ft. This ready-mixed formula requires only 2 hours drying to the touch and 3 hours to accept recoating for quick task completion.

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  • Seals masonry walls, cinder and concrete blocks, stucco, brick, retaining walls, basements, bird baths and foundations
  • 1 gal. container waterproofs up to 100 sq. ft.
  • Low-odor latex-based formula dries white and cleans up easily with water
  • Withstands up to 10 lb. of hydrostatic pressure
  • Dries to the touch in just 2 hours to provide quick protection
  • Use 2 coats to ensure maximum waterproof defense
  • Ready-to-use formula needs no premixing
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  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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after two coats, do I have to prime or can I go straight to reg coat of paint?

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I just painted two coats of Dry Lock this weekend on Cinder block walls in my basement. I would like to slap on a final coat of paint and move on to the next project but thought I had better check to see if a primer coat was required. The Dry Lock had some discoloring in areas of the wall.
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Although I stop short of calling myself a professional, as a maintenance manager and former property inspector I am knowledgeable of and commonly read manufactures information. I am insulted by the former answer by the "professional" sales associate encouraging someone to buy a primer. If one reads the directions supplied by UGL a primer is not even mentioned. More importantly is the use of and etcher - Read More
Although I stop short of calling myself a professional, as a maintenance manager and former property inspector I am knowledgeable of and commonly read manufactures information. I am insulted by the former answer by the "professional" sales associate encouraging someone to buy a primer. If one reads the directions supplied by UGL a primer is not even mentioned. More importantly is the use of and etcher - if efflorescence is present - and a filling compound. Clearly the "professional" sales associate was just trying to unnecessarily add to a sale. It really makes a site look bad when an unknowing sales associates pass themselves off as professionals when they don't even read manufactures recommendations. Read Less
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November 3, 2015
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No you do not need a primer.
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September 21, 2015
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I put drylock on my basement walls nearly ten years ago and then painted over it with mildew resistant interior paint, Zimmer, it held up until recently so I have to do the process over again, but I am sure this occurred because my husband chipped off all the loose stucco from the exterior foundation and left the cinderblock exposed for approximately 3 years so we had a lot of moisture coming in, Read More
I put drylock on my basement walls nearly ten years ago and then painted over it with mildew resistant interior paint, Zimmer, it held up until recently so I have to do the process over again, but I am sure this occurred because my husband chipped off all the loose stucco from the exterior foundation and left the cinderblock exposed for approximately 3 years so we had a lot of moisture coming in, especially during the bad winters we have had here in New Jersey. Read Less
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August 26, 2015
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It's always best practice to use a primer, even in this situation.
In fact, using a high-quality oil or alcohol-based primer like Kilz or Cover Stain by Zinsser is crucial for ensuring the top coat is uniform and performs its best.
Once you have put a primer down like the one I just mentioned, you can then use whatever latex top coat of your choice.
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can i use the spray gun to apply the drylock

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July 14, 2016
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Spray specs can be found at http://www.drylok.com/formulas/latex-base-drylok-masonry-waterproofer/
simply click on the spray spec button.
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October 23, 2015
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No. This product is much too thick and very gritty (with particles of sand).
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September 28, 2015
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Hi ATB, this product is designed to be applied with a brush or a 3/4" nap roller. Sorry no spray gun.
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Can you use this product on a wood porch floor to seal the cracks to keep water from seeping through?

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July 14, 2016
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No, DRYLOK Masonry Waterproofer is not designed for wood. It needs to penetrate the pores of masonry to properly work.
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June 25, 2016
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This item is not for wood.
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Can I install tile on cement block that has been waterproofed with drylock?

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I am planning to make a cement block bench inside a shower and I am trying to find a way of waterproofing the blocks. Would drylock work for this purpose or could you recomend a procedure to waterproof the cement block. Thank you for your help.
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Yes, there is nothing in DRYLOK Masonry Waterproofer to prevent adhesion .
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Tile can be installed on cement that has been waterproofed with dry lock.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Basement is Dry! The Drylock was easy to use and went on smooth. I would definitely use Latex, I tried the oil based version and it made the whole house smell for a week. Buy a pretty stiff brush to get in all the nooks of the cement block and do not expect to keep them. I thoroughly rinsed them and a week later they were stiff as a brick. Overall the project was a success and the product works great! Make sure to get the can Shook because it is too trick to stir! August 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DOESN'T WORK I used this product on block walls that would get damp inside my home when it rained. No visible water,just dampness. it was applied when the walls were dry. No paint or coatings had previously been applied and ther are no cracks or damage to the walls. After a few rains, the Drylock lost it adhesion,peeled, and fell off the walls.I could take it off the walls with my finger. I am amazed this product is still around, do not purchase it. . . January 30, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Best Purchase Never Stinks to heck, extremely thick to apply, doesn't bond if your have serious enough water pressure, and now I have mold growing on my walls. It's a terrible product and I've found out now that locking water in my walls is actually softening the concrete blocks. April 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Brick foundation on modular home I used three gallons on the brick around the bottom of my Florida home. It sealled up the cracks,looks great. My wife repainted the grout with grey, i,ve power washed it and it has looked great for over a year October 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Unsatisfactory 5 gallons of this product barely covered one coat on 275 square feet, the company stated that it only covers one coat per 75 square foot per gallon, note the coverage states COVERAGE: Apply 2 coats at a rate of 75 to 100 Sq Ft per gallon. To which Joe from the company informed me that it only stands behind the product if I put two coats on that's why it states that!!! The company did nothing for me other then to tell me how many more gallons I need to apply two coats!!!! I don't recommend this product unless you want to spend tons and tons of money!!!! June 18, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by didn't work i performed a repair to my basement wall that had a crack from the floor to the top of the wall,after digging to the bottom of the wall i repaired the crack and coated the outside and inside of the wall.after a few months i started getting water intrusion again and had to dig to the footing again,i found no damage to the repair that was made so i concluded that the sealer was failing,i stripped it off the wall with a hand grinder with a wirewheel attachment and used roofing tar insted and i haven't had a leak since.also the low oder statement is false.i had a strong chemical smell in my home for 3 days after painting the inside wall with the drylock July 28, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It is the best purchase ever made! I rent a room in a water damage basement. black mildew all over the place. Had no other place to go, I was homeless and refused to go to a shelter. The man who gave me room, painted it the best he could. So I thought. Three months of living there, I noticed mildew on my suitcase and leather items. The new sheet rock he replaced was already being damaged by the dampness and the outside rain. He stated he would have to replace the sheet rock, but never did. I told him that if he can't do it then I will. So washed the mildew areas with water and chlorine mix and waited for it to dry. The next day he came in with a can of Dryloc waterproofing paint. I have been here now for almost a year, and no MILDEW and no dampness. Oh..forgot to tell you I am a female. Anyone can do it. So I thought I thank you all for an awesome product, and I highly recommend it! From Lizette, NYC February 20, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolute junk. Cleaned and preped extensively. Net result, worthless junk & a time consumer. Save time and money, go straight for Hydrostop if you can find it. April 19, 2015
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