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"WaterTite" Paint

Article #03305745 Model #265652 Format 3.78L
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"WaterTite" Paint

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Description

Latex-based concrete and masonry waterproofing paint. Resist up to 20lbs. of water pressure. Very smooth, bright white, non gritty finish applies easily to drywalls with brush or roller. White. 3.78 l.

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Can this paint be tinted?

Asked by: downhill
WaterTite LX can be tinted to off-white or deep pastel colors using 1.5 to 2.0 fluid ounces of universal colorant per gallon
Answered by: ROAnswers
Date published: 2019-08-14

I am building a raised planter, but the back wall of the planter will be the cinder block foundation of my concrete porch. Will this product waterproof sufficiently to make a barrier b/n the soil and water in the garden box and the blocks?

Asked by: BeeAche
Yes, the Watertite will act as a barrier between moisture from the soil, and concrete. Allow the Watertite to cure 7 days before it is expected to be fully waterproof.
Answered by: ROAnswers
Date published: 2019-07-05

I will be waterproofing a concrete basement wall and then glueing foam slab insulation to the wall with PL300 adhesive. Should I use the Watertite or Watertite LX product? Is there any risk that either product that it will not accept the adhesive?

Asked by: JWBZN
Hi JWBZN, Thank you for your question. Either Watertite product should be fine with your adhesive. We recommend testing the paint on a stir stick first. Allow for full cure, which is 7-14 days, depending on temperature and humidity. Once cured, apply your PL300 adhesive to the stick and see if it dries and sticks. If your test is successfully then you should feel confident that the adhesive will stick to the painted concrete. We hope this answers your question. Feel free to contact us again if you require further information.
Answered by: ROAnswers
Date published: 2019-05-28

Can I paint it over existing latex based paint?

Asked by: alex12345
Watertite works best on bare concrete. It fills the pores of the concrete to create a firm barrier again water. If the surface is already painted, the existing paint should be removed before it is coated with WaterTite for best results.
Answered by: ROAnswers
Date published: 2019-05-22

What colour is it?

Asked by: Ralfann
the color is white
Answered by: ROAnswers
Date published: 2019-05-14

Can this be tinted to a dark blue/gray colour

Asked by: Fay23
this paint cannot be tinted to a dark color
Answered by: ROAnswers
Date published: 2019-03-12

Can I use this on cement shower floor?

Asked by: rjthebiker
"Forms an impermeable barrier to water on interior or exterior, vertical or horizontal, concrete block, cast-in-place concrete, and cementitious stucco"
Answered by: Pulton
Date published: 2019-02-27

This Paint came up under bath tub paint. Can it be used to refresh a bath tub surface?

Asked by: Lauray
I personally wouldn't use it for that because the paint would still require some sort of glossy finish to protect it from scratches. The paint seems to be very useful if left alone and not rubbed on.
Answered by: Romans1v18
Date published: 2018-12-04
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"WaterTite" Paint is rated 1.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not to be walked on. This says it's great for basements including floors. So I used it to hide some stains and followed the instructions for etching the concrete etc. 9 months later it's begun to peel up badly. I called the company and their response was simply, "you're not allowed to walk on the paint." Then why suggest it for a floor? Now I'm looking at stripping my entire floor to repaint it with Kilz oil based paint.
Date published: 2019-09-23
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