Features and Benefits
Woodoc 40 may be applied by brush to porous brick and stone. Care must be exercised to ensure that the substrate is completely dry, as porous brick and stone tend to absorb and retain moisture. Mortar contains moisture, and a recently built wall should therefore be allowed to dry or “cure” properly before any attempt is made to seal the bricks. Moisture within the substrate may retard drying of Woodoc 40, or lead to “effluence” of mineral salts from the brick to be deposited under the sealer.Three liberal, evenly wet coats of Woodoc 40 should be applied, and each coat should dry to touch dry in 6 to 12 hours, and to hard dry within 12 to 24 hours, depending on the prevailing weather. High ambient moisture and poor ventilation may extend drying time to 48 hours per coat. Only apply a subsequent coat once the previous coat has dried completely.
• Water repellent
• Weather resistant
• Provides a well cared-for, low-gloss finish.
• Easily maintained.