Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 16
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by joeman best product for price
i first used a hydraulic cement to stop any seepage into the foundation. and then applied the product. it has worked wonders for me. but i consider it a moisture proofing rather than a water proofing.
I also spray foamed the box sills above the foundation which only help make my basement as nice and dry as upper level.
March 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by headquarters Leaked like a sieve on concrete garage walls that are barely underground during spring meltdown of just a little snow
Leaked horribly despite proper prep and application during the spring meltdown. Wasn't much snow and walls barely underground. Customer Service is very hard to get a hold of and unprofessional demeanors. Not impressed with product or company or customer service. Don't buy. Doesn't work at all.
April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Excellent product
When removing paneling from a finished basement of a home we purchased in 2012, we discovered water infiltration sufficient enough to rot framing attached to the block wall. We removed the framing and applied two coats of Drylok Extreme. We left the wall unfinished for two years to make sure the dampness did not return. The basement has been bone dry since application – unbelievable product! We would definitely use this product again – very satisfied customers.
December 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Kingsmen Stay away if you are chemically sensitive. DO NOT USEOVER EXISTING PAINT!
We purchased Dry Lock Extreem 2.5 months ago. The warning label on the can is not very large and should be a different color of text. You are not suppose to use this product over existing paint. We used it over the top of 25 year old standard DryLock paint. Big Mistake.
It has been 2.5 months and my wife is being driven crazy by the odor. When we called to get an answer we were never called back. We have to leave the basement windows open during the day. Winter is almost here now and we don't know what to do. The smell is all through the house. We tried sealing the odor in with a coat of latex paint. That did not help.
If your going to use this stuff, make sure you can ventilate your basement well.
October 3, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by bossman it's okay not great
i used it 2 years ago on moisture wall, but recently noticed some mold spots on the dry wall decided to take the walls off a gain come to find out the paint was peeling and efflorescence was taking over, this will fix the problem temporary if you have a water problem fix it from outside the foundation other wise the problem will reappear, in my case i can't fix it from outside since im blocked by anther building so i can't get to my foundation
August 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mike Fixed leaking concrete fountain
My wife's concrete decorative fountain in the front yard started leaking water. We had to fill it back up every 2 days. I went to Home Depot and bought a quart of this product. Painted the whole inside of the fountain. Waited 24 hours and filled it with water. No more leaks. The fountain holds water with zero leaks. It's been 3 months and it still works perfect. I'm happy cause the wife is happy! Would definitely recommend
July 14, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by iamjfpinaz Dryloc Extreme Works
IIn the last year I have purchased over 85 gallons of Dryloc 45 gallons have been DryLoc Extreme , I just can't find a Home Depot that sells it for what ever their reason only carry regular DryLoc which is also a great water proofer
January 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Streamline Do Not Waste your time and money....Does not work!!!!
I spent $400 a few years ago on this product and 20 hours of my time. I have a block foundation and I prepped the surface with the etching solution and wire brushed any spots that needed it. I followed the directions!!! I have an entire wall that the Drylock is peeling off. I contacted the Manufacturer and they tell you that it will stop water but not Efflorescence ( they now have this on their website but when I bought the product it was not there!!!). Efflorescence is the white crystal that if left behind when water dries......so it will stop the water but once the water dries and the efflorescence appears the paint will peel off and you are out of luck and have wasted you money and time. UGL the maker does not stand by their product, when you contact them they get defensive right away. AGAIN>>>THIS STUFF IS JUNK!!!
March 24, 2014