I sealed driveway with this stuff, what a mistake. The tires from my cars leave black marks that are set into the sealer. I waited a week before parking a car on it, way longer than the directions. What a waste of money. I should never have used it. Lots of money and lots of time wasted. Total junk.
Response from UGL Customer CareJun 17, 2021
Did you read the instructions? Did you understand you used the wrong product? When you use the wrong product for a project, it's not a product issue. DRYLOK® Original is NOT FOR USE ON DRIVEWAYS. There is nothing on the label telling you how long to wait to park your vehicle on it because it's not for use on floors or a driveway...its for interior and exterior vertical surfaces only. This review should be removed as should the duplicate review on another item that was also used incorrectly used on a driveway. Please review the instructions and use the correct products for your project.
Dec 23, 2020
Did an excellent job covering basement walls that needed a...
Did an excellent job covering basement walls that needed a serious face lift. Applying a latex semi gloss paint on top of it afterwards took really well too. So, the drylock really helped with both the base coverage and made it easier to apply paint in concrete basement walls!
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Jun 9, 2020
Love this product, easy to use, sealed our basement tight. Could tell a difference in the moistur...
Love this product, easy to use, sealed our basement tight. Could tell a difference in the moisture level, plus the basement was cooler. Awsome!
This is a great product. Coats really well. Makes a surface more than water proof. It strengthens...
This is a great product. Coats really well. Makes a surface more than water proof. It strengthens it too. I've used it on masonary, and wood. It outperforms other water proofers. Has a quick drying time too.
Purchased this waterproofer to cover the stucco on the screed/foundation in preparation for paint...
Purchased this waterproofer to cover the stucco on the screed/foundation in preparation for painting. My house is about 30 years old and the stucco was deteriorating at the bottom. Figured I would prevent that from happening again after fixing the stucco. The Drylok waterproofer is a pure white, very thick material but goes on easily with a brush. I recommend using an inexpensive "throw-away" brush as I did because trying to fill in the nooks & crannies in the stucco were very hard on the brush though I could have washed the brush and saved it. This is a latex waterproofer and cleans up with soap & hot water. I was surprised at how smoothly it goes on and forms a thick, solid coating on the stucco & screed. Follow the directions to get a truly waterproof seal. If you leave any spots uncovered, water can leak through. One gallon covered the area I was waterproofing all around the house and coverage is pretty good (see picture below). It is made in the USA.