I'm sure you have read this before: the proper cure is on the
outside of the building. It does appear that the moisture is
concentrated on a snap tie pattern which would imply that the snap
ties have extreme rust and/or the outside pockets were never
grouted. It would appear that your wall was not damp proofed and
certainly not water proofed on the outside. Do you know if you
have a perimeter drain? Have you made every effort to move
surface water away from the walls? These would include gutters
and downspouts with leaders that move water well away from the
walls (10 feet type); removal of plantings, shrubs, and flower
beds at the wall line; and surface drainage swales, area drains,
and/or storm provisions to divert water well away from the house.
I have no success or failure stories for your suggested products.
How were you planning to inject polyurethane in the holes, and how
were you going to remove the steel remnants? If you still want
to make the attempt from the inside, there is one product you
should consider: http://www.xypex.com/products/products.php
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