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Old 03-31-2012, 03:31 PM   #1
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Wanting to repaint a concrete flowerbed wall but seems to stay wet in one spot and moss grows there. Any suggestions as to how to seal a wet wall so I can paint it?
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Use Dri-Loc.
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Nothing is going to stick until the moisture problem is fixed.
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can go on opposite side of wall and paint rubber membrane on wall.
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A liner on the flowerbed side is the only method of prohibiting water ingress through the block. I don't believe that UGL drylock is for exterior use, nor will it work properly in this situation.
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A liner on the flowerbed side is the only method of prohibiting water ingress through the block. I don't believe that UGL drylock is for exterior use, nor will it work properly in this situation.
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