|Fabrikant||Safeguard Europe Ltd|
|Afmetingen pakket||24.3 x 24.2 x 23.5 cm; 5.7 kg|
|Fabrikant||Safeguard Europe Ltd|
Drybase Liquid Damp Proof Membrane (5L) - Liquid DPM Damp Proofing Paint (White)
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- Low odour - Bitumen free formulation
- Quick drying liquid DPM
- Effective barrier against: water, water vapour, CO², Methane & Radon
- Suitable for wet rooms, under flooring, embedded timbers, sunken posts, flood resilience
- Coverage: Approx. 4.5m²
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Drybase Liquid Applied DPM is a liquid applied damp-proof membrane (DPM) that can be used to resist the penetration of gases, vapours and liquids. It is based on a blend of polymers which provide integrity, elasticity and toughness to the formed film. Drybase Liquid Applied DPM is supplied ready for use and is applied in two coats by brush, roller, or airless spray.
Floors (e.g. under laminate, tiles, screed, plaster and wooden floors)
Gas barrier for CO², Methane and Radon
Primer for replastering to stop salt attack
* Quick drying & easy to apply - apply two coats with brush, roller or spray for protection against damp, vapour & gases
* Bitumen free - will not give off the 'bitumen odour' associated with similar products, resulting in fewer complaints from homeowners.
* Effective gas barrier against CO², Methane & Radon
* Strong bond to many materials
Coverage: approx. 4.5m²
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I have an internal conservatory double door that leads from the kitchen into the conservatory which years ago must of been a wall as the conservatory was added on after the house was built.
I took up the old lino since having a new kitchen fitted as you could feel loose concrete under that part of the door, The lino was mouldy underneath and I first thought it was due to the bathroom flooding above before we moved in and that the room wasn't dried out properly.
I removed all the old broken concrete and left to air dry for 2 weeks.
I laid some concrete based levelling compound to fill in the divets and to make it nice and flush.
All bone dry, Nearly 2 weeks later I noticed damp patches coming up through the new concrete I laid which eliminated the old bathroom flood cause.
I read a review on here that someone with an old cottage has the same issue so I got this stuff.
It goes on really easy just like emulsion, It's important to paint the first coat in one direction then once dry paint in the other direction ( up down then left and right).
So far the floor is totally sealed and feels bone dry. I like how it's so easy to clean from a brush it cleans easier than standard emulsion water based paint.
My new floor won't be going down yet probably not until September/October so I will come back and say if this has worked.
My only concern is where will the damp go? Will it travel and affect somewhere else? We'll see.
Dropping to 3 stars:
The pros - I keep getting these small patches coming through parts of a painted wall it maybe salts but not 100% sure it's not sopping wet or anything as i drilled a bit of the wall out and it seemed dry and no matter what paint I used they kept appearing so this stuff has blocked them, All the other products like damp seal etc the patches have always appeared after a week but not with this stuff.
So my damp patch concrete floor is sealed with maybe 6 coats,
I can see when I lift up the old lino there are bubbles appearing and there is slight wet on top of the membrane, I'm not sure if it's condensation or if the water is some way getting through the membrane and the rest of the surrounding area is bone dry.
When I applied the surface was dried out with a mini heater and before I put lino back down the 6 thick coats of this stuff was bone dry too.
I may have to just live with that little damp patch as I can't be paying thousands for things to be ripped out etc
I've just bought another pack, it's so good, to use in a basement.
It won't stop condensation, and it won't stop water under pressure; but for normal penetrating damp it's brilliant. It's not cheap, but it's well worth the price.
Also paint brushes are easily cleaned in soapy water another plus point.