Defy Split-Face Block Water Repellent

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DEFY Split Face Block Water Repellent is a waterborne block sealer that causes water to shed, and significantly reduces water penetration into a wall system. It is specifically designed for lightweight, split face and fluted block. This product is a silane/siloxane blend with acrylic elastomers that penetrate small pores and reduces the size of larger ones. This combination gives DEFY Split Face Block Water Repellent the advantages of both a film forming coating and a hydrophobic silane/siloxane water repellent.

This UV stable product allows for penetration of up to 3/4 of an inch or more depending on porosity of the concrete masonry unit. This creates a deep, long-lasting waterproof zone within the surface while producing only a minimal glossy look.

Coverage Rate:
40 - 125 sq. ft. per gallon, depending on surface porosity

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    ConcreteSealerStore · 11/13/2012
    For this particular product, you would need to reapply every 10 years. This is the warranty:

    [u][b]Split Face Block Warranty[/b][/u]
    Our recommendations for use of this product are based upon tests
    believed to be reliable. Since field conditions vary widely, the user must determine the suitability of the product for the particular use and
    specific method(s) of application. SaverSystems warrants that DEFY
    Water Repellent for Split-Face Block will exhibit a water repellent effect for ten years from the date of application if applied according to label instructions and if minimum application requirements are met.

    Note that warranties are issued on an individual job basis only and require notification to SaverSystems prior to product application as well as compliance with the requirements of the SaverSystems' limited warranty program. Contact your sales representative or SaverSystems for
    additional information on warranties.
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    Richard Peter Kraly · 11/12/2012
    What is the application frequency of your products? Every -- years?
    I need to know how often they will need to be applied to remain effective.
    Thank you.