Hydrophobic agent

The hydrophobic agent is a special waterproof agent for exterior wall waterproofing, which has the properties of anti-acid and alkali, anti-aging, anti-carbonization, anti-pan-alkali, moisture-proof, and anti-mildew.

It is mainly used for waterproofing of tile exterior walls (spraying), bathrooms, kitchens, balconies and other tile joints, concrete walls, tiles, stone, wood, cement surfaces and pavements, especially for ancient building repairs (temples, churches, national protected ancient cultural sites).

The hydrophobic agent can be sprayed on the surface of the building at a ratio of 1:5 or 1:10 to water. It penetrates quickly into buildings, forming a permanent waterproof layer invisible to the naked eye. It plays an important role in the waterproofing of exterior walls. After the tiles are finished, water repellent can be sprayed on the tile joints and on the tiles to make the outer wall permanently waterproof.