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Old 08-10-2009, 01:39 PM   #16
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Redguard or Blue Seal?


Hello,
I am in blueseal land....Our outside walkway and porch was concrete (settled after 20 years) and we had the lqiuid granit stuff instlaled a few years back. Once that started to chip we remonved it (hammer drill). We pruchased outdoor full body porcelain tiles. it was recommended to put a moisture barrier on the now clean concrete which we did. It's all oceanblue "blue seal" now.
Do we need anything else? It was done a few days ago and is still "tacky"> According to Home Depot that's normal. Also, just noticed some "bubbling" and start to worry now.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Sabine, Waterloo, Ontario


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