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Old 02-16-2010, 07:07 PM   #16
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RedGard at 40 mils wouldn't be something a DIY would be likely to achieve with a paintbrush or roller. Those thicknesses are recommended in commercial applications when RedGard is used as a crack isolation membrane. Generally that thickness is sprayed with a commercial type gel sprayer. My above suggestion is like I said: A Bud thing.

In a waterproofing application much less thickness will suffice.


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