10:15PM | 02/14/13
Were is the third party testing? Hey I'm a general contractor. I don't need reviews opinions and testimonials. I want to see testing. I have used a ton of crap over 30 years that promised to do all sorts of great things. I found a place that has great epoxy invented and make it on site.they only sell to there own installers now but I callled them and spoke to a guy named shawn he was great i told him i wanted to use the epoxy to water proof and seal my clients basements.he told me they were working on selling retail products and they were coming soon. He offered to give me a sample to try out about a week later 3 quarts came in by ups. I wanted to use it on a real wet corner of my own basement were I a pipe that comes thru the concrete wall that leaks real every rain storm. I followed the instructions. They were so easy. To prepare all I had to do was clean the wall with bleach and a scrub brush.I mixed the three quarts it was very thick like peanut butter. Sean told me this an epoxy mastic and its thick so it stays in place. Boy was he right. It was a little hard mixing by hand with out a mixing blade on my drill but I had lent it to a buddy. The next we had some typical rain and not a drop of water.I wanted a big storm to test the sealed pipe. That came about a month later when got a killer rain storm. Still no water. This stuff is awesome. I can't wait till they sell this stuff. They will install and seal your house with this stuff if you want to but we will have to wait to buy the stuff retail.


03:51PM | 02/25/13
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