STEP #1: Priming the basement walls, floors, large cracks and joints with Permaflex Primer/Top Coat
STEP #2: Application of 1-gallon liquid rubber base mixture at basement wall-to-floor junction
(all large cracks & joints are also filled at this time and smoothed with a paint brush )
STEP #3: The final top coat of the same Permaflex primer/topcoat for final sealing and uniformity
A popular method of distributing the LRB/TAV mixture is to use heavy duty zip-loc bags and clip the corner to produce a disposable applicator like a “mortar bag”. This gives the convenience of caulking tubes without the high packaging cost. Large zip-loc bags can hold over 1 gallon of mixture.
1. Brush on Permaflex, Finished Job
3. Brush on Permaflex, Finished Job
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