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nanita35

02:45AM | 11/11/03
Member Since: 11/10/03
3 lifetime posts
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Recently I put some drylock paint on my drywall wall and later found out that drylock is not to be used on drywall. I was wondering if anyone knows if having put this paint on my wall will cause any damage future or present?

retisin

06:13AM | 11/11/03
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
No,just the chemical compostion either won't last or could be toxic to people.Best thing to do is call the # on the back of the can and tell them of your dilema.
This is made for blocking water in basements and such,just kind of curios as to why you applied it on the S.Rock?

nanita35

06:40AM | 11/11/03
Member Since: 11/10/03
3 lifetime posts
The guy at home depot told me to use this stuff, then I went back and another worker told me that I wasn't supposed to use it.

I also used drylock etch first and then the paint. I sanded off most of the paint, but there is still some on the wall.

I no longer have the containers in order to call the company.

[This message has been edited by nanita35 (edited November 11, 2003).]

5slb6

01:25AM | 11/12/03
Member Since: 07/28/02
1358 lifetime posts
The web site for the company that make drylock is www.ugl.com

Hope this helps out.

nanita35

04:41AM | 11/12/03
Member Since: 11/10/03
3 lifetime posts
Thank your so much for the website information 5slb6.
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