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Wykamol No More Damp Salt Neutraliser Clear 5 Litre

Product Code: SNEUT
£33.99
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No More Damp Salt Neutraliser is a surface treatment used to neutralise the harmful effects of salt to protect your plaster finish, after a damp-proofing course application.

Product Features:
Neutralises the harmful actions of salt contamination
Can be used in all types of masonry
Use as a concentrate or diluted, dependent on level of contamination
Can be applied (internally only) to preserve internal plaster finish
Can save considerable time and money on replastering

No More Damp Salt Neutraliser is an aqueous solution based on Ethanoic Acid with a surfactant. It has been specifically developed to overcome the problem of salts in mineral building surfaces.
Due to rising dampness, salt contained in the ground water are absorbed into the masonry and subsequently into the interior plaster coat. The plaster work can loosen and must be removed in order to carry out treatment with Ultracure Damp-proofing Cream and Salt Neutraliser, followed by replastering with an appropriate salt resistant product, such as No More Damp Renovation Plaster or Renderproof, to prevent further damage.
In some situations where the type of salts within the masonry are such that the plasterwork remains in good condition, Salt Neutraliser can be applied directly to the original plaster, removing the immediate need for replastering.
  • Neutralises the harmful actions of salt contamination
  • Can be applied (internally only) to preserve internal plaster finish
  • Can be used in all types of masonry
  • Use as a concentrate or diluted, dependent on level of contamination
  • Can save considerable time and money on replastering
  • Can be used before replastering and after a DPC where plaster is not salvageable
  • Finish with No More Damp Renovation Plaster or Renderproof


5 Litre

SUBSTRATE PREPARATION
1. Brush away or remove all loose salts from the

masonry.


2. a) Thoroughly soak the affected masonry with clean

tap water. b) Do not soak plaster finish if original

plaster is being maintained.

APPLICATION


1. Apply Salt Neutraliser directly onto the internal

wall, using brush or roller, in areas showing salt

contamination.


2. Under most circumstances one coat or application is

adequate.


3. When heavy salting on old brickwork is being treated

use Salt Neutraliser as a concentrate (container

strength).


4. On plasterwork, or on masonry with light salting, use

Salt Neutraliser diluted with water up to a 50/50 dilution

rate.


5. Some frothing may occur which is due to the reaction

with the salts. Allow some time for the neutralising

action to be completed.

APPLICATION LIMITATIONS


Salt Neutraliser is only suitable for internal application.


After a drying out period a white deposit may be left on

the surface where the original efflorescing has taken place

and is sometimes difficult to remove.

DECORATION


If redecoration is to be applied on the treated masonry the

area should be washed with water and allowed to dry.
Do

not redecorate until the treated areas are thoroughly dry.









Barcode: 5060207861670
Weight: 5.1 kg

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No More Damp Salt Neutraliser is an aqueous solution based on Ethanoic Acid with a surfactant. It has been specifically developed to overcome the problem of salts in mineral building surfaces.
Due to rising dampness, salt contained in the ground water are absorbed into the masonry and subsequently into the interior plaster coat. The plaster work can loosen and must be removed in order to carry out treatment with Ultracure Damp-proofing Cream and Salt Neutraliser, followed by replastering with an appropriate salt resistant product, such as No More Damp Renovation Plaster or Renderproof, to prevent further damage.
In some situations where the type of salts within the masonry are such that the plasterwork remains in good condition, Salt Neutraliser can be applied directly to the original plaster, removing the immediate need for replastering.
  • Neutralises the harmful actions of salt contamination
  • Can be applied (internally only) to preserve internal plaster finish
  • Can be used in all types of masonry
  • Use as a concentrate or diluted, dependent on level of contamination
  • Can save considerable time and money on replastering
  • Can be used before replastering and after a DPC where plaster is not salvageable
  • Finish with No More Damp Renovation Plaster or Renderproof


5 Litre

SUBSTRATE PREPARATION
1. Brush away or remove all loose salts from the

masonry.


2. a) Thoroughly soak the affected masonry with clean

tap water. b) Do not soak plaster finish if original

plaster is being maintained.

APPLICATION


1. Apply Salt Neutraliser directly onto the internal

wall, using brush or roller, in areas showing salt

contamination.


2. Under most circumstances one coat or application is

adequate.


3. When heavy salting on old brickwork is being treated

use Salt Neutraliser as a concentrate (container

strength).


4. On plasterwork, or on masonry with light salting, use

Salt Neutraliser diluted with water up to a 50/50 dilution

rate.


5. Some frothing may occur which is due to the reaction

with the salts. Allow some time for the neutralising

action to be completed.

APPLICATION LIMITATIONS


Salt Neutraliser is only suitable for internal application.


After a drying out period a white deposit may be left on

the surface where the original efflorescing has taken place

and is sometimes difficult to remove.

DECORATION


If redecoration is to be applied on the treated masonry the

area should be washed with water and allowed to dry.
Do

not redecorate until the treated areas are thoroughly dry.









Barcode: 5060207861670
Weight: 5.1 kg

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