Removing Efflorescence from Concrete Block Walls
By: Guest Post
Before sealing a concrete block wall, it’s important to remove any white efflorescence using an efflorescence remover such as QUIKRETE Efflorescence & Rust Remover.
Once the wall has been cleaned, apply a waterproofing sealer to prevent more moisture from coming through the wall.
Waterproofing basement walls is a great way to reduce the infiltration of moisture into these spaces. But before you apply a sealer, it’s important to remove any efflorescence from the block wall.
A water based efflorescence remover is more effective than scrubbing the surface and requires less work. Once the surface is clean, you can apply a waterproofing sealer to prevent any more water from migrating through the wall.
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