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BEHR Premium 5-gal. Basement and Masonry Waterproofing Paint

The BEHR 5-gal. Basement and Masonry Waterproofing Paint with NanoGuard technology is an interior/exterior waterproofer specially designed for porous concrete and masonry surfaces. This low odor, masonry waterproofer is formulated for waterproofing above and below grade basement walls, masonry walls, retaining walls, cinder and concrete blocks, stucco and brick.
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Can this product be applied using a sprayer?

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Moogie1005
Chickamauga, GA
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July 24, 2012
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hardmf
Madison, WI
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October 18, 2013
Yes. I sprayed this product with a Graco 495 with a 517 tip on full bore. No problems, worked like a champ. Spray product on and backroll with a 3/4 nap. Didn't even need a brush. Spraying this product is my preferred choice for this product... pressing a 9" inch roller into concrete all day gets old real quick.
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notquitepro
Tennessee
September 1, 2012
I wouldn't recommend using a sprayer--a good stiff masonry brush is best for the 1st coat, then roll on the second, and you'll have better results on your project and MUCH LESS wear and tear on your sprayer system. This is a thick product and might clog your sprayer.
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Behr
July 25, 2012
Dear Moogie1005,

The Basement and Masonry Waterproofing Paint can be used with an airless sprayer @ 2,200-3,200 PSI using a .023"-.025" spray tip.

Thank you for the inquiry!
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After proper two coat application & dry time, can one paint over Behr basement & masonry sealer with latex paint?

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nanno
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April 27, 2013
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hardmf
Madison, WI
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October 18, 2013
Yes. But this product can also be tinted .
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Behr
April 29, 2013
Hi Nanno,

Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. The Basement & Masonry Waterproofer is designed with great inter-coat adhesion with other Behr latex paints. Please follow all label instructions for preparation, application and especially recoat time for your situation. Thanks again for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer.
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you recommend two coats but is there any limit to the number of coats that can be applied?

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July 16, 2013
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Behr
July 16, 2013
Hi again Curious,

Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. The Basement & Masonry Waterproofer does require at least 2 coats minimum to achieve product performance. However you are welcome to apply additional coats for added durability or color preference. Please refer to the product label for proper preparation, application and spread rate per gallon.
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PatInPaint
July 16, 2013
Hello curious!

When a product is labeled "two coats are recommended," it is an indication that the product should not be applied thicker. This prevents flaking and peeling that often results when the product is applied thicker.
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I have a few slick areas on my concrete basement walls. Will a good sanding insure adhesion?

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July 16, 2013
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Behr
July 16, 2013
Dear Curious,

Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. A slick surface may contribute to adhesion problems for our Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. We would recommend light scuff sanding prior to application. Additional we also recommend applying fast setting hydraulic cement to patch all holes and cracks prior to application.
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PatInPaint
July 16, 2013
Absolutely curious!

According to the manufacturer, "The BEHR 5-gal. Basement and Masonry Waterproofing Paint with NanoGuard technology is an interior/exterior waterproofer specially designed for porous concrete and masonry surfaces."

Sanding typically opens the surface to promote porousity.
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number of coats

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curious
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July 16, 2013
In my earlier question you responded that the manufacturer recommended 2 coats and this was the limit. The manufacturers label actually states that a "2" coat minimum is required leaving the number in a grey area. Can you further clarify?
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hardmf
Madison, WI
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October 18, 2013
Put 2 coats on. You'd be wasting your $$$ if you did more
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Behr
July 17, 2013
Dear Curious,

Thank you for the followup question. The Basement & Masonry Waterproofer does require at least 2 coats minimum to achieve product performance. The most important aspect of the first 2 coats is to ensure you fill all pinholes and cracks. We highly recommend using fast setting hydraulic cement to help fill pinholes and cracks prior to application. You are welcome to apply additional coats for added durability or color preference. Three coats should be sufficient for most projects but avoid going beyond 4 coats.  Please refer to the product label for proper preparation, application and spread rate per gallon.
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can you use these paint on basemeny floors?

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t
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December 19, 2012
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Behr
December 19, 2012
Dear T,

This product is formulated for vertical use only and should not be used on horizontal surfaces. BEHR does offer 1 Part Epoxy Concrete & Garage Floor Paint for use on horizontal concrete. Please be sure to see the label instructions on this product to check for hydrostatic pressure on your basement floor before applying this product.

Thank you for the inquiry!
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ChristineHDATL
Georgia
December 19, 2012
No, this product cannot be used on floors because it is not meant to withstand foot traffic. However, Behr and Glidden each have floor paint that you can put on a basement floor.

Thank you!
 
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water proof paint, non toxic use for potable water tank

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Rod
Mexico west coast
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May 2, 2013
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Behr
May 2, 2013
Hi Rod,

Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. The Basement & Masonry Waterproofer is an interior & exterior waterproofing paint for porous concrete and masonry surfaces. It is designed to withstand up to 12 PSI of water pressure and provides a 10 Year Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. The Basement & Masonry Waterproofer is formulated with a mildew-resistant finish, therefore it should NOT be used on areas in contact with water consumption or aquatic life, such as ponds, bird feeds, pools and potable water tanks. Thanks again for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer.
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answer 2
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PatInPaint
May 2, 2013
No, Rod, I would not use water proof paint inside a water tank.

Most of the products we sell in The Paint Department are not submersible and have health warnings on them about consumption.

Try using stainless steel or contact a food service company for better ideas.
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Can I use this to paint over a thin set of conrete on a retaining wall? Will it chip off in few years?

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July 22, 2015
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TCP
West Michigan
October 3, 2015
I think you are likely to have an issue with the thin set loosing up before the paint chipping off the thin set.
This paint is made to bond to concrete, cement material.
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answer 2
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Behr
July 24, 2015
Hello and thank you for your question. BEHR PREMIUM® Basement & Masonry Waterproofer is designed for porous concrete surfaces and is ideal for above or below grade retaining walls. The paint should not chip as long as the steps for proper surface preparation are taken. Instructions can be found here: http://www.behr.com/consumer/products/specialty-paint/behr-premium-basement-and-masonry-waterproofer Be sure to follow all back label instructions and best of luck on your project.
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Can I have the paint custom-colored?

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Basement Trogg
New Providence, NJ
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March 26, 2012
I bought six gallons of Behr basement and masonry paint and had them tinted one of the colors in the product brochure. Looks good in the can, but dull and dingy on my basement walls. I have to buy additional paint for subsequent coats, so would like to switch color, moving to a custom shade I have elsewhere in my house. It's in the same color family and of the same intensity as the first coat, but cool-toned rather than warm-toned. Any issues?
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Behr
March 27, 2012
Dear Basement Trogg,

Just confirming that the response below by Designing Woman should be accurate painting the new color selection over the previous color if it's in the same color family. If there is a significant color difference then it would just take more than one coat to hide the previous color.

Thanks for your inquiry!
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DesigningWoman
Atlanta, GA
March 27, 2012
Hello Basement Trogg and thank you for your question.

Putting cool tones over warm should be okay but the experts suggest trying it in an inconspicuous (sample) area first to see how it looks.

If the bottom layer (warm-toned layer) is coming through, apply a second coat.

Contact Behr Technical Support at 800-854-0133 (option 2) for more specific instructions if the color still does not suit your desired look.

Best wishes with your project.
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Will 87505 cover exising basement water stains

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Bo
Brooklyn, NY
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September 30, 2012
concrete block walls
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October 1, 2012
Dear Bo,

Our Basement and Masonry Waterproofer will cover existing water stains as long as there is no active water leak present. Please clean the surface prior to applying the coating. Below are the preparation and application instructions for your reference.

WHERE TO USE: Walls subject to hydrostatic pressure. Ideal for above or below grade Basement Walls, Retaining Walls, Garage Walls, Masonry Walls, Cinder Blocks, Stucco, Brick, Foundations and Landscape Walls. Apply to dry or slightly damp surfaces. Not for use on floors or walls with active water leaks.

PREPARATION (Proper surface preparation is required.)
New or Unpainted Surfaces: New concrete must cure for a minimum of 30 days. Test for loose, flaking concrete by pressing a piece of masking or cellophane tape at various places, then pull it off with an abrupt action. If the tape does not pull the concrete from the surface, it can be painted. If the existing concrete is removed, the loose concrete should be removed down to a sound substrate. For below grade application: All holes or cracks must be properly patched with a fast setting hydraulic cement. For above grade application: Prime all uncoated, patched, chalky, and adjacent wood and/or metal surfaces with a product such as BEHR PREMIUM PLUS® NO. 436 Exterior Multi-Surface Primer & Sealer. Remove mildew stains with a mildew stain removing product. All surfaces must be clean and free of dirt, dust, efflorescence and oil. Clean surface with a product such as BEHR PREMIUM™ NO. 991 Concrete & Masonry Cleaner & Etcher. Follow all label instructions.

Previously Painted Surfaces: BEHR PREMIUM NO. 875 Basement & Masonry Waterproofer provides best results when applied to bare or untreated surfaces. PREVIOUSLY PAINTED SURFACES IN GOOD, REPAINTABLE CONDITION MAY BE PAINTED WITH BEHR PREMIUM NO. 875, HOWEVER, BEHR WILL NOT GUARANTEE THE RESULTS. Test for loose, flaking paint by pressing a piece of masking or cellophane tape at various places, then pull it off with an abrupt action. If the tape does not pull the paint from the surface, it can be painted. If the existing paint is removed, the loose paint should be removed down to a sound substrate by wire brushing or sanding. For Interior or Exterior application; remove deteriorated coating prior to application. Follow all preparation instructions under “New or Unpainted Surfaces” above.

APPLICATION
Stir well before use. Do not thin product. Use with adequate ventilation. Use product when air and surface temperature are 50-90˚F (10-32˚C). Apply to dry or slightly damp masonry walls. Wipe off any visible moisture with a dry cloth before painting. Apply using a high quality 1/2"-3/4" nap roller, 4" nylon/polyester brush or an airless sprayer @ 2,200-3,200 PSI using a .023"-.025" spray tip. Two coats minimum are required: First Coat: Using a brush or roller, work the waterproofer onto the surface until any all pores or voids are covered. Second Coat: Using a brush or roller, cover the entire surface. Properly fill any voids left after the first coat. Additional spot application may be needed depending on the porosity of the surface. Important: If leaking is still present after two coats, it indicates that voids or pinholes are still open. Re-apply product to these areas. DO NOT thin product or apply at a greater spread rate.

DRY TIME
Low temperatures or high humidity conditions will affect drying time. Full cure should be reached in 7-14 days.

Thank you for the inquiry!
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answer 2
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notquitepro
Tennessee
October 1, 2012
I had pretty severe water stains on the concrete block walls and this product covered it with two coats, but I also used another color of Behr masonry paint after the 2nd coat.
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Do you need to prime new masonry walls before using Behr basement & masonry paint?

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jim
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April 16, 2013
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April 18, 2013
Hi Jim,

As in your later question, please see our (Behr's) response below.

Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. The Basement & Masonry Waterproofer does not require a primer on new basement walls. However the following steps are required prior to application. New concrete must cure for a minimum of 30 days. Test for loose, flaking concrete by pressing a piece of masking or cellophane tape at various places, then pull it off with an abrupt action. If the tape does not pull the concrete from the surface, it can be painted. If the existing concrete is removed, the loose concrete should be removed down to a sound substrate. All holes or cracks must be properly patched with a fast setting hydraulic cement. Please refer to the product label for detailed prep and application instructions. Thanks again for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer, as it will protect your basement walls from water pressure up to 12 PSI and provide a 10 Year Satisfaction Guarantee.
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ChristineHDATL
Atlanta, Georgia
April 17, 2013
Yes. Behr recommends using Behr Premium Plus 436 Exterior Multi-Surface Primer & Sealer. Make sure the concrete has had at least 30 day to cure, and that there is no loose or flaking concrete.

- Christine
 
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Do you need to prime new interior basement masonry walls prior to using Behr basement & masonry paint

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Jim
Pittsburgh
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April 17, 2013
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Behr
April 18, 2013
Hi Jim,

Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. The Basement & Masonry Waterproofer does not require a primer on new basement walls. However the following steps are required prior to application. New concrete must cure for a minimum of 30 days. Test for loose, flaking concrete by pressing a piece of masking or cellophane tape at various places, then pull it off with an abrupt action. If the tape does not pull the concrete from the surface, it can be painted. If the existing concrete is removed, the loose concrete should be removed down to a sound substrate. All holes or cracks must be properly patched with a fast setting hydraulic cement. Please refer to the product label for detailed prep and application instructions. Thanks again for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer, as it will protect your basement walls from water pressure up to 12 PSI and provide a 10 Year Satisfaction Guarantee.
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PatInPaint
April 18, 2013
Hello Jim!

Behr Basement and Masonry Paint is designed to embed into the concrete or masonry surface and hold back water coming from outside.

According to the manufacturer, "It is designed for porous masonry surfaces and withstands up to 10 PSI of hydrostatic pressure and 98 mph wind-driven rain. This low odor, mildew resistant water proofer provides a smooth, decorative finish that can be sprayed, brushed, or rolled. Ideal for use on above and below grade walls, retaining walls, garage walls, masonry walls, cinder blocks, stucco, brick, foundations and landscape walls."

DO NOT PRIME:
The product penetrates into the porous surface to help seal the surface from hydrostatic pressure (water coming from outside under pressure up to 10 PSI), so you should not prime the wall.
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What type of paint brush should I use.

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hardtimes
Detroit
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June 14, 2014
There are just so many. Just looking for one that would work best for this paint Thank You
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Behr
June 16, 2014
Dear hardtimes,

We recommend you apply using a high quality nylon/polyester 4" brush. Other options include using a high quality 1/2" - 3/4" nap roller or an airless sprayer @ 2,200 - 3,200 PSI using a 0.023" - 0.025" spray tip. Please refer to the label for detailed preparation and application instructions. Good luck with your project!
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Anonymous
Orange, Ca.
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June 16, 2014
Hi Hardtimes, I contacted Behr to get you an answer.

Behr technical recommends using a high quality 4 inch nylon polyester paint brush. If you want to use a roller, Behr recommends using a 1/2 "-3/4" nap.
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Can this be mixed with portland cement and/or hydraulic cement?

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grappers
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October 25, 2014
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TCP
West Michigan
October 3, 2015
No, only cement tint can be used to color cement product.
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Behr
October 27, 2014
Hello and thank you for your question. No, BEHR PREMIUM® Basement & Masonry Waterproofing Paint cannot be mixed with any other product or be thinned. Hope this helps and good luck on your project!
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How toxic are the fumes?

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dsr314
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March 17, 2015
I've seen several related questions and the answer is always ventilation. Unfortunately my basement has only one small window. Will it be dangerous for my cats to enter the basement? That's where the litter boxes are. Similarly will be able to do laundry or run the furnace fan? thanks
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TCP
West Michigan
October 3, 2015
I just got done applying this product and the fumes are minimal, ventilation is always a good idea no matter the product you are using.
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Behr
March 19, 2015
Hello and thank you for your question. BEHR PREMIUM® Concrete & Masonry Waterproofer does have an slight odor and needs to be applied in a well-ventilated area until the coating has dried and the slight odor has cleared the room. The full cure time takes anywhere between 7-14 days (longer dry times are needed in high moisture regions), so we suggest that you keep your pets out of the basement for that time period. The key is to provide as much ventilation as possible. With the one window open, a fan will help clear any odors much quicker. Doing laundry will be fine during that time period as long as it's well ventilated. We hope this helps, and best of luck on your project!
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Could you use this paint on a flagstone/mortar walls in an old basement?

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Minneapolis MN
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January 12, 2014
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Behr
January 14, 2014
Hi Lollipop,

Thank you for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofing Paint. This product is for use on walls subject to hydrostatic pressure including basement walls, masonry, stucco and brick walls. The Basement & Masonry Waterproofer does require at least 2 coats minimum to achieve product performance. Prior to any coating application, you should properly patch all holes or cracks with a fast setting hydraulic cement. Follow all label instructions for proper surface preparation and application instructions.
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ChristineHDATL
Atlanta, Georgia
January 13, 2014
Hello Lollipop!

As long as it is porous (not sealed) this product can be applied.

- Christine
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CAN I USE THIS PRODUCT ON BASEMENT FLOORS THAT SEEP IN WATER AFTER HEAVY (5 INCHES) DOWNPOUR RAINS WITHIN A 24 HOUR PERIOD

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INDEPENDENCE, MISSOURI
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July 12, 2015
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TCP
West Michigan
October 3, 2015
I believe you will need a waterproofing floor paint, this paint is not designed for floor application.
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Behr
July 13, 2015
Hi Waterman1, thank you for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. This product is not recommended for horizontal surfaces such as basement floors. We suggest that you consult with a Paint Associate at your local The Home Depot for product suggestions. Best of luck!
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Will it waterproof cement boards (Wonderboard) ?

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January 19, 2016
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January 29, 2016
Yes, you can waterproof cement boards with this product.
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Behr
January 21, 2016
Hi Mike,

Thanks for your interest in our Behr Premium Basement & Masonry Waterproofer. Our waterproofer is compatible on vertical concrete and masonry surfaces. It should work on cement boards if properly prepped according to label directions on a vertical application.
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Is it possible to custom tint the 5 gallon Masonry paint? Or is that only available for the 1 gallon cans?

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Mankato, MN
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July 13, 2015
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TCP
West Michigan
October 3, 2015
Yes, I purchased a 5 gallon bucket and had it tinted, no issues.
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Behr
July 13, 2015
Hello and thank you for your question. Yes, you can have 5 gallon pails tinted as well.
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Does the 600 Sq ft estimate assume 1 or 2 coats?

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dsr314
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March 1, 2015
If each 5 gallon bucket covers 600 Sq ft, do I need 2 of them for 2 coats? Or does the coverage estimate on the product assume 2 coats?
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Behr
March 17, 2015
Hello and thank you for your question. The coverage of this product is 1 coat of 600 square feet per 5 gallon pail. Hope this helps!
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ChristineHDATL
Atlanta, Georgia
March 2, 2015
Hello!

Thank you for your question!

This product covers 1 coat of 600 square feet. If you have 600 square feet, and you apply two coats, you will need 2 of these to apply 2 coats.

Have a great day,
Christine
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