Aug 08, 2019 10:35 am
Hi, I am considering building a double brick home and I really like the look of painted brick and don't like tiles at all. Is it possible in a bathroom to seal with waterproofing membrane then paint over it with waterproofing paint (Crommelin type stuff) with mold and mildew additive? Thanks for any help or suggestion.
Re: Painting over waterproofing2
Aug 31, 2019 8:32 pm
The self-adhesive sealing membrane can be glued directly to wall and ﬂoor surfaces without using additional liquid sealing material. Sealing solutions are an ideal solution of how to waterproof shower walls.
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