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DRYLOK 1 gal. White Masonry Waterproofer


1 gal. White Masonry Waterproofer

$23.95 /each

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Product Overview

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
  • Click here to learn more about waterproofing
  • Online Price includes Paint Care fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, MN, OR, RI, VT

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Customer Questions & Answers

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

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.
Asked by: Ronn
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.
Answered by: Doug
Date published: 2016-12-22

Would this work to seal a crack in basemet wall foundation where water is seeping in? And also on exterior foundation?

Asked by: Rakel
For a below grade basement wall of either brick, block or that has either of these and been coated with cement or paint, and has water seepage, when you plug one crack, hydrostatuc pressure from rain will simply push wstee through another weak area in the wall. I found that digging out all i vious cracks to remove loose material (especially the crack where the wall meets the floor, and using hydraulic cement as a parge or "skim" coat about 1/4" thick, stopped the seepage. I coated the area from the floor (and out from the wall @3") to a point @4 feet high. Hydraulic cement is sold at home depot and lows. Look for it in a bag, not the small tub.
Answered by: Emory
Date published: 2016-12-03

can i use the spray gun to apply the drylock

Asked by: ATB
Spray specs can be found at simply click on the spray spec button.
Answered by: UGL
Date published: 2017-01-03

Can you use this product on a wood porch floor to seal the cracks to keep water from seeping through?

Asked by: Thirtyfive
No, DRYLOK Masonry Waterproofer is not designed for wood. It needs to penetrate the pores of masonry to properly work.
Answered by: UGL
Date published: 2016-07-15
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Customer Reviews

1 gal. White Masonry Waterproofer is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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!
Date published: 2016-08-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from does not work applied two years ago. First year was fine. Then the paint started come off and rain flow into my basement. Don't waste your time and money
Date published: 2016-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Drylok was easy to apply, and a great seal for my leaky basement floor! Drylok was easy to apply, and a great seal for my leaky basement floor!
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-04-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This paint stops water! I have a 170 year old house in northern New England that for the past 10 years has had anywhere from a half an inch to 4 inches of water in the basement every spring, that is until recently. Two years ago I painted the brick wall in the back and all of the floors and even the stone walls of my basement with Dryloc and this spring the basement was finally dry. Maybe I was just lucky but I put it on concrete and brick that was quite damp (although clean) and have had zero issues with any pealing or bubbling of any kind. Have the paint associate mix it for you as its been on the shelf and is very think so its hard to get it mixed well at home. Great product that certainly worked for me!
Date published: 2011-06-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than I could have imagined! I had an unfinished basement room that leaked water through cracks in several places because the grade outside sloped towards the house and there wasn't much I could do, long story. Anyways, I thought I would have to dig up around the foundation and waterproof from the outside but after looking all over online I came across Drylok. It claimed to be able to waterproof from the inside so I decided to give it a try. I put 2 coats on approx 300 sq ft area(took 5.5 gallons) and it worked perfectly! I even flooded my foundation outside with water just to test it. No leaks at all! I've never taken the time to write a review before but I was so pleased with the results I just had to let others out there know that basement waterproofing can actually be done quickly and cheaply.
Date published: 2012-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A-W-S-O-M-E!!!!!!! Look, if you're looking to to stop a leak..... This is it! I literally had small geyser spurting out of my floor and my basement walls. Im a DIYer and had no funds to call a waterproofer. It was a nightmare to say the least. So, I took a chance and two coats, and two years later its still holding up. After hurricane Irene, Sandy gave us no flooding!! Or geysers! Thank goodness for this product!!!!
Date published: 2013-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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
Date published: 2015-02-20
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