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Old 02-15-2018, 03:18 PM   #16
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It works.
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Old 02-15-2018, 06:22 PM   #17
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its a mess is what it is,,, i think its actually a liquid which, when mixed w/water, chemically morphs into a foam,,, ' hydrophyllic ' means it likes water - water activates it - the opposite of ' hydrophobic ' ( doesn't like water therefore is applied to dry conc ),,, a great process IF 1 does it correctly - even state dot's & the feds often spec it
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I guess that you haven't tried it yet?
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Hydrophobic systems are much easier to use, than hydrophilic and not near as messy, hydrophilic can and do start to foam before they even get to the water that is supposed to activate them.
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yeah but this is where it gets to be more art than science imo,,, depends on the crk, amt of wtr, thickness of conc, location,,, i don't think we're disagreein'

did it finally warm up down there ? in boca for 6wks - never got in the pool
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Yeah, we are in the high 70's to mid 80's
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