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Thompson's Water Seal

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Product Details

Product Information

This sealant is suitable for for repelling water on porous surfaces.

  • Application - Can be applied to damp surfaces

Features and Benefits

  • lasts much longer than standard waterproofers

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Specifications

BrandThompson's
Litre capacity (ml)2500ml
Number of coats1
Suitable forFor repelling water on porous surfaces
TypeWater Seal
Product code5010214804764

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4.75 / 5(4 reviews)

Thompson's Water Seal - on stone - Fantastic.

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Wee Murph - 1 year ago

Spent a fortune building a stone base for a cabin and sealed it with Thompson's water seal to protect. It was a fantastic price from BQ and the Manager served me himself and could not have been more helpful. Much more expensive in other DIY stores, so I was very happy with service, price and quality.

Does what it says on the tin!

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donkey work - 2 years ago

Used this before as I know it works, just moved house and have a wall that faces north and gets the rain blown onto it, so am using this to help seal out the damp

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irishstu - 2 years ago

easy to apply and does what it says on the tin glad I bought it

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Alan12234 - 5 years ago

This was used to water proof a brick wall of my garage that had water soaking through.

I initially tried to apply with a brush and this was not very successful, unless you count a water proof arm as success. It just ran off the brush and up my arm.

I then tried a fence paint spray gun. This worked a treat. I sprayed the wall and then went over with a brush to work it in.

After some heavy rain the area was dry. Seems to work well. Only time will tell how long this will last. But it's looking good so far.