DRYLOK Fast Plug is ideal for patching leaks in masonry wall joints and settlement cracks. This hydraulic cement sets quickly in 3 - 5 minutes to effectively stop the flow of up to 3,050 lb. of water. Stops active water, even under pressure. It also anchors metal to masonry.
Use to patch interior or exterior mortar joints, cracks and holes in masonry walls above or below grade, sealing leaks around concrete pipes and drains, chimneys, swimming pools and water fountains
Withstands up to 3,050 lb. of hydrostatic pressure
Sets within 3 - 5 minutes to stop active water leaks
Interior and exterior use, no topcoat required
Expands as it dries to lock in place
Powder formula easily mixes with water to create cement
Reduces radon gas penetration
Cleans up with soap and water
Each 1.5 lb. will fill up to 24 cu. in.
DRYLOK Fast Plug comes in a powder-form and must be mixed with water
Online price includes PaintCare fee in the following states: CA, CO, CT, DC, ME, MN, OR, RI, VT, WA
can you paint after this product is applied applied and dried?
Asked by jrhyno March 14, 2021
I only need 1 bucket. Are they sold separately.
Asked by Ace December 3, 2020
Can this be apked to walls already covered with Drylok
Asked by Mihenry August 27, 2020
Does this product need a bonding agent sprayed /brushed on the surface to be repaired, prior to a...
Asked by Krakhed July 8, 2020
Can this be used to fill chipped concrete around a pool?
Asked by Tony July 4, 2020
Can I put on wall with water running out still
Asked by Molly June 8, 2020
Can this be used in small wholes that are about 3 or 4 inches deep and have dirt underneath? Bas...
Asked by BasementGirl October 26, 2019
Can I trowel this over cracks in concrete slab over my garage to stop leaks?
Asked by Surf May 26, 2019
If a previous repair w/ drylok continues to weep can I just put more drylok over the previous repair or do I have to chisle everything out
Asked by Az March 14, 2019
In luew of re mudding a basement wall can I use this product. I have a few surface areas where the mortar is weak
Asked by Syl February 27, 2019
You may not be able to use it as a plaster. It dries rather quickly and is best for filling cracks than covering large areas. I used it to fill a crack in the pool and it is still good after two years.
I was kind of amazed but it worked. Water was seeping up through the basement floor after days of...
I was kind of amazed but it worked. Water was seeping up through the basement floor after days of heavy rain. I cleared out the leaking area with my pocket knife and followed the directions. One thing was that the mixture didn't get warm like the instructions said. OK 2 things, It did take me 3 times/batches pressing on the area for 10 to 15 minutes each time before the water stopped. I guess the third time was a charm.
Quikrete Zip and Mix Repair Mortar is a polymerQuikrete Zip and Mix Repair Mortar is a polymer modified fast-setting repair mortar in a new zip closure pouch. The specially designed pouch makes it easy to mix and then use the product with the included trowel. Quikrete Zip and Mix Repair Mortar sets fast enabling the user to finish their project quickly.See Full Product Description