"I used a garden sprayer for applying this. I sprayed the whole of my extension as it was letting damp seep in through the brickwork and staining the internal walls. I used the no nonsense version which is a bit better for the fact that it is a, clear ans b, you can use it on wood. Not that i needed any of those benefits. I asked a friend to pour some water over the bricks and it rolled off like a perfectly waxed car! Amazing stuff! I Will revapply every year, well worth it."
"Been using this for years and yet again doing the job . Used it on a single skin brick garage wall which was letting in rain when rain was driving against the wall but after two coats with a sheep skin roller stopped problem completely"
"Always use when replacing a sink or bath to prevent future problems with the floor or walls so you get a chance to mop up before it through the ceiling below ! Generally useful sealant and clearly does the job ."
"Does what it says on the tin. This is a trusted waterproofing product used in the building industry for many years. Rain droplets can be seen on the surface of the brickwork and not penetrating it. Have only given 4 stars for value as I've seen this product £2 cheaper elsewhere but not at the time of purchase in my location."
"This stuff worked brilliantly. We applied it to Western Red Cedar using a garden sprayer, then brushing it out for an even application. It stopped the Cedar acting like a sponge (it just sucks up moisture, particularly at joints where the water moves in fast by capillary action) and now rain beads on it before running off harmlessly. The best thing? The appearance of the wood didn't change appreciably, so the customer was very happy - she had refused coatings before because she liked the natural beauty of the wood. This stuff even (apparently, though we haven't seen it happen yet) allows the wood to go grey naturally, which is much better than staining if you are happy for it to weather normally."