Video Case Study
Hello, this is Paul Evans, Findlay-Evans Waterproofing.
This is a small case study on a cloaking job we did.
The Cloaking Method
We call this cloaking because we spray Liquid Rubber onto a polyethylene fabric which is being draped up the back of the wall. In this case we’re spraying with our Liquid Rubber and a special twin head spray gun applicator unit.
Hand Detail Preparation
This is all detailed by hand and then sprayed. In this case a brick wall was laid in front so the cloaking was behind this to prevent water from migrating in behind the retaining wall. It goes to show we can spray even directly on clay surface. Sometimes we do that with peer and beam jobs. Thanks for listening.
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