Masonry Saver (Defy) Heavy Duty Water Repellent 1 Gallon


Masonry Saver (Defy) All Purpose Heavy Duty Water Repellent is the “Work-Horse” product of the Masonry Saver line. This proprietary blend of silanes and siloxanes creates a “SaltShield” barrier on concrete surfaces, for greater resistances to the deteriorating effects of road salts and de-icing chemicals. This superior concrete waterproofing product is a great choice for both horizontal and vertical above grade surfaces including driveways, sidewalks, adobe, architectural concrete, clay brick, mortars, natural stone, limestone, sandstone, granite, terra cotta, exposed aggregate products, Portland cement stuccos, and concrete masonry units.

  • Repels Water, Stains, Oils, etc
  • Breathable, non-film forming and will not alter the surface color or appearance.
  • Freeze/thaw protection
  • Non-Glossy
  • Long Term Protection - 6 year Warranty
  • Stain Protection

Coverage Rate: Apply with pump or airless sprayer.
Sq. Ft. per Gallon:
Brick: 90-150
Block: 50-75
Concrete: 75-150
Stucco: 75-150
Adobe: 75-150
Limestone: 75-150

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    ConcreteSealerStore · 06/21/2016
    No issues with heat and this product.
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    Donna · 06/21/2016
    We live in Las Vegas. I see thaw/freeze protection listed.
    How does it work with extreme heat(115-120 degrees in summer).
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    Dee · 08/09/2015
    Is this product water-based or solvent-based? Also, I read somewhere that you should wait at least 28 days after putting up new brick before applying this. Is that true? Thanks!
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    Scott · 05/13/2015
    I have a two year old concrete driveway in Colorado, with southern exposure. I've seen lots of driveways deteriorate over time with the extreme freeze thaw cycles. (Lots of sun between freezing spells). Which is the best product to use for protecting against this? Defy, SuperSeal, other...?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 07/30/2014
    It is not possible for this product to yellow as it is a 100% penetrating non filming sealer. It is probably something else.
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    Wil · 07/29/2014
    Applied this product about 2.5 years ago on vertical decorative concrete on the exterior walls of my home. This year there is a consistent deterioration of the stone with both yellowing and dark patches emerging. Is this a non-yellowing product? How can I clean this and should I inform the manufacturer?
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    ConcreteSealerStore · 11/15/2012
    I do not see why not. It is very thin. Looks like "milk" in consistency.
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    nai · 11/14/2012
    can it be applied with a brush on window moldings?