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Conproco Waterproofing Home

A decorative waterproof coating

Conproseal is a cement based waterproofing.

Color Coat
Color coat is a 100% Acrylic Waterproof coating.

Conprolastic is a 100% Waterproof acrylic elastomeric coating.

Super Seal
Super Seal is a two component brush applied capillary waterproofing system.

Conproset is a fast setting non shrink patching cement.

Mimic is a single component, polymer modified repair mortar.

Plaster Mix
Conpro-Plastermix is a durable waterproof plaster for masonry.

Structural Skin
Structural Skin is a Fiber reinforced cement coating for dry stacking blocks.

Conproweld is an acrylic primer for stucco and plastering materials.

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Caulks Sealants and Accessories

Bondaflex 25 Sealant
Non-sag, multipurpose elastomeric, polyurethane sealant

Urexpan NR-201
One part elastomeric polyurethane sealant

FlameSafe Fire Stop 1900
High-performance, elastomeric and intumescent sealant

Fire Caulk
Fire barrier caulk/putty system

Dynatrol 1 Pecora
Polyurethane- 1 part expansion joint

Dynatrol 2 Pecora
Urethane- 2 part expansion joint

Urethane- 2 part expansion joint for heavy traffic areas

GC-2 Pecora
Polysulfide- 2 part for wet areas

Silicone Sealants
All types

2 Part Highway Special Grade

AC-20 Pecora
1 Part Acrylic Latex caulk

NR-200 Pecora
2 Part acrylic latex caulk

Flexible Join Sealant
Hot Pour Rubber-Highway Grade

Duramem H55- V550 Pecora
Membrane waterproofing

Duramem 700SM
Sheet Membrane

Open Cell Polyurethane

Green Rod
Closed Cell

Soft Rod
Polyethylene backer rod

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Masonry Cleaners

960 Rust Remover
Removes rust from masonry.

AC-3 Cleaner
Safety acid cleaner.

Muriatic Acid
20% Professional Grade. Etches Concrete.

Masonry Cleaner 700
Cleans mortar stains off new masonry work.

H.D. 900 Restoration Cleaner
A heavy duty cleaner for carbon and other stubborn stains.

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That which is built by a mason; anything constructed of the materials used by masons, such as stone, brick, tiles, or the like.

– John used a masonry cleaner to remove the rust stains around the water spigot.
Any of various powdery or scaly reddish-brown or reddish-yellow hydrated ferric oxides formed on iron and iron-containing materials by low-temperature oxidation in the presence of water.

– Water traveled along the pipes leading into the basement causing rust stains to appear on the masonry.
Any of various bonding materials used in masonry, surfacing, and plastering, especially a plastic mixture of cement or lime, sand, and water that hardens in place and is used to bind together bricks or stones.

– The mason determined that the mortar must have been poorly mixed.
Of, pertaining to, or obtained from, sea salt, or from chlorine, one of the constituents of sea salt; hydrochloric.

-Muriatic acid is another name for hydrochloric acid.
A naturally abundant nonmetallic element that occurs in many inorganic and in all organic compounds, exists freely as graphite and diamond and as a constituent of coal, limestone, and petroleum, and is capable of chemical self-bonding to form an enormous number of chemically, biologically, and commercially important molecules.

-Limestone, one of the materials in concrete, contains carbon.
-Masonry cleaners, such as Chargar’s Restoration cleaner, can remove carbon stains.