DryLok - Latex or Oil

I plan to paint my basement cinderblocks with DryLok. I don't get leakage per se, but I do get efflorescence buildup, which tends to lift the paint off the cinderblocks.
Any opinions or advice on the relative merits of latex vs oil DryLok?
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I've only used the latex. It did the job. Be sure you follow the prep instructions, which include a good cleaning of the surface and removing any efflourscence buildup..
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We used latex, only because we had to live in the house when we did it. The oil based stuff is a much stronger odor. The laytex has worked well for us thus far, and did not smell too bad.
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I don't know. I got some pretty serious headaches when I spent the better part of the day working with the stuff. It's too cold outside to open the basement windows so I just powered through it. Still, I imagine the oil would be even worse.
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