Is this the Dave from Lincoln?
Armorguard Basement products are 100% non porous, unlike Drylock. My friend Mr Katcher, had Drylock on his basement and within one year, the moisture had bled through the Drylock, turning it yellow, and causing it to chip, flake and fall off. My friend Mr Helm had the same experiance. He tried coating his basement with Drylock, and it leaked just as bad. Armorguard Basement products will not do that, Armorguard is 100 % non porous. Armorguard Basement products are used in large commercial applications. Armorguard Basement products will bond to virtually anything.
Dryloc is used only on walls, it is used as a temporary repair with no guarantees of longevity. ArmorGuard Coatings can be used on floors, walls, anyway, and will permantely bond and seal water out. got to www.ecosmartepoxysystems.com for more info.
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