A: QUIKRETE® QUIKWALL® SBC is not intended to be placed on painted or otherwise coated surfaces unless mechanical fastening (lath) is first installed.
A: QUIKRETE® QUIKWall Surface Bonding Cement has not been evaluated as a radon shielding material. Shielding products are typically penetrating urethane based materials, not cement based parging products.
A: The performance characteristics of QUIKWALL® SBC make it adaptable for rehabilitating and renovating existing wall surfaces. Old walls coated with QUIKWALL® SBC on one side will exhibit structurally improved environmental properties and a new aesthetic look. The use of QUIKRETE® Concrete Acrylic Fortifier with QUIKWALL® SBC is required when application is made to other than uncoated block wall surfaces.
A: I don't see why not. I've repaired masonry walls with this product.
A: QUIKRETE® Quikwall Surface Bonding Cement can be used for the rehabilitation of brick walls. The use of QUIKRETE® Concrete Acrylic Fortifier with QUIKWALL® SBC is required when application is made to other than uncoated block wall surfaces. The installation of galvanized expanded metal lath may also be required for walls that have been previously painted or coated, or structural walls to which a cementitious modified system is not adaptable due to variations in thermal expansion