Old 04-09-01, 05:40 PM
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Anyone used RadonSeal? We are interested in stopping water seepage into our basement. We will be replacing paneling in the partially finished basement with drywall and would like to coat the concrete before we put it up. We don't want to have to take out studs, though, if at all possible. Any suggestions if not Radonseal?
Old 04-10-01, 12:08 PM
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Use Hydro-Seal 75

To Whom It May Concern:

My company Northern Industries Inc. manufactures a 2 part waterborne epoxy, Hydro-Seal 75, that is excellent for sealing below grade areas, & for filling cracks and tie holes. We know that no product is more effective then Hydro-Seal 75 for sealing interior below grade areas(withstands over 40PSI in federal testing) & we hope to expand our market by adding quality conscious waterproofingdistributors to the growing list who are amazed by this material.Nothing will eliminate seepage and moisture more effectively than Hydro-Seal 75. If you are looking for a sealer that will work for you consider Hydro-Seal 75.

We believe inexpensive e-mailing to those who may have a need for this material is the best way to get the word out on Hydro-Seal 75. Feel free to request an information packet, a fax, or a trial sample of Hydro-Seal 75. Test it against any other product in extreme conditions. Contact me at 1-800-346-5543 with any questions.

Rick Bernard
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