I am afraid that somebody may think that my original post is an ad or
spam. It is not. I have a crack or two in my foundation through which
water leaks when it rains hard.
Instead of digging outside and applying sealer, sealing the cracks
from the inside may be an neat idea provided that it works.
Is it too good to be true?
Your input will be appreciated.
Our concrete company uses a product called Sika Flex. It can be bought
at Home Depot, etc. We use this for cracks less than 1/8" wide. For
wider cracks we chip out the crack to make it wider, fill the bottom
with Sika Flex then use Rapid Set to patch over the top.
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