How to Waterproof Concrete Brick

Posted by in Home Improvement Tips, on April 14, 2018

Ask This Old House mason Mark McCullough explains and demonstrates the benefits of waterproofing concrete brick. Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the official This Old House YouTube channel: Time: 2 hours Cost: $300 Skill Level: Moderate Tools List for Waterproofing Concrete Brick:
Paint roller Shopping List:
Waterproofing agent
Bucket Steps:
1. Pour the waterproofing agent into the bucket.
2. Dip the paint roller into the waterproofing agent and apply it generously to the brick, bottom to top.
3. The agent will cure in 14 days. Resources:
Mark applied Siloxane 20 solvent-based water repellant, manufactured by Umaco ( Expert assistance for this segment was provided by MJM Masonry ( Ask This Old House TV
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