UGL Drylok White Oil Base Masonry Waterproofing Paint, 1 Gal.

UGL Drylok White Oil Base Masonry Waterproofing Paint, 1 Gal.

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  • Drylok Has a Lock On Waterproof Paints!

    Feb 22, 2007 by lllopez is a Top Reviewer on Epinions in Home and Garden
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: This Product Works! Easy Application
    Cons: Cumbersome cleanup

    Summary: Old homes have a great deal of charm and character. Unfortunately, the years take their toll on a home and left unattended, that charming home can turn into a money pit. Of course one should always go into an old home expecting the unexpected. We ... read more

  • Great Stuff - It works!

    Jul 17, 2003 by
    Rated a Helpful Review
    Pros: Easy to apply, covers well. Cleanup is same as regular oil-base paints.
    Cons: The odor as it dries. No other cons.

    Summary: I am finishing my basement with metal studs and drywall and I don't want to have to install a dehumi ... read more

  • UGL Drylok Masonry Waterproofing Paint Sold Our House

    Dec 29, 2002 by
    Rated a Very Helpful Review
    Pros: works, works, works, works!
    Cons: oil base takes longer to dry and is harder to clean up

    Summary: Guess what sold our 75-year old "twin" home two years ago. A savvy real estate agent? Tasteful decorating? Curb appeal? Freshly-made blueberry pie cooling on the counter? A newly finished third floor family room/office? Maybe in part. ... read more

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  • Drylok; locks out the moisture!

    Jan 20, 2008 by
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    Pros: Easy to apply and cleanup! Way easier than oil-based products.
    Cons: None really...

    Summary: Easy to apply and clean up! Drys pretty quickly and seals really well. I used it to seal short side walls of my garage before epoxying my floors where moisture used to come in. Not anymore! Tried other sealers but they would need multiple coats or major ... read more

  • used below grade in church basement

    Sep 25, 2007 by
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    Pros: works just as promised and lasts!
    Cons: needs to air out and requires more cleanup. use a disposable brush.

    Summary: I was thrilled with how this product performed. Our cement block church basement kitchen oozed and crusted until i painted it with a couple of coats of drylok. the person who said it was consistency of paint thinner must not have purchased it new or ... read more

  • VERY unhappy with product! Did not meet expectations or advertised performance.

    May 23, 2006 by
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    Pros: Can find nothing positive about this product.
    Cons: Would not recommend this product. Did nothing to stop minor water seepage.

    Summary: Hand mixed gallon can of oil based Dry Lok for 45 MINUTES -still consistency of paint thinner. Did nothing to prevent water seepage. Would not recommend. ... read more

  • Fumes

    Nov 16, 2004 by
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    Pros: easy to apply
    Cons: Very Strong Fumes! Hard to mix

    Summary: This is a warning to anyone that is planning on using UGL's Drylok oil based product. I dont care what others write here, the fumes are down right nasty. The fumes completely stunk up my house. They were so bad that we could not sleep there for three ... read more

  • Oil-based UGL

    Oct 12, 2004 by
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    Pros: Seems to work well.
    Cons: Even to a person not usually bothered by odors, this product requires some excellent ventilation.

    Summary: Do not use this product without sufficient ventilation as cautioned on the label. The odor from it is powerful and folks sensitive to smell will absolutely be offended, perhaps even sickened. Better to use the latex ... read more

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