sunnydry waterproofer


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Old 11-09-06, 05:03 AM
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sunnydry waterproofer

i am wanting to finish my basement. it only has minor leaks in sever rain storms lasting several days; however, it does have a higher than allowed radon level. I heard sunnydry will help with this.
I have no problem with putting it on the walls. But will it work on the floor too. I know the product says not for floors but i was wondering how it would hold up if covered linoleum or carpet tiles or if i painted epoxy based garage floor paint over it.

any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
 
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Old 11-09-06, 10:52 AM
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I don't think anyone here will touch your Radon issue with a 10' pole. You need to get an expert in that can install some venting system to remove it.

UGL makes a product "DryLock" that on the can is purported to help block Radon, but you would have to contact them to see by what percentage.

Using a paint on a floor that indicates its "NOT FOR FLOORS" is like driving your car off a dock and trying to use it as a boat, because they both have a motor. The short answer is "NO"

The long answer is "NO it wont work"
 

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