Three questions – Three answers

No.1. What is HydrophobNeo?

HydrophobNeo is a modern technological and ecological line of water-repellent agents specially designed for better protection of building materials from moisture penetration. HydrophobNeo is used to apply to surfaces of building constructions made of concrete, aerated concrete, concrete brick, clay brick, natural stone, manufactured stone, paving tile, wood, plywood, wood-chip board, glass, etc. Treated with HydrophobNeo surfaces have water-repellent, frost-resisting properties and are actually protected from the impact of atmospheric precipitation and groundwater.

No.2. Why is HydrophobNeo?

Apart from organopolysiloxane that is the main acting basis, the HydrophobNeo water-repellent compositions contain a number of active additives. These additives operate in three directions. The first type of additives adjusts the structure of colloidal organopolysiloxane solution. As a result the compositions become absolutely stable on storage and are not afraid of freezing. The second type of additives adjusts chemical interaction between the compositions and the surface of treated material. As a result the compositions provide perfect water‑repel­lency treatment of a wide range of construction materials. The third type of additives provides effective water‑repellency treatment of surface defects. And the main advantage – the HydrophobNeo water-repellent compositions don’t contain dangerous for human health & environment chemical compounds.

No.3. How to apply HydrophobNeo?

The HydrophobNeo composition can be sprayed, brushed or rolled. Always perform a test application to a small area of surface for proper penetration on each type of surface before starting full-scale application to determine suitability and final appearance. Before using: read the Data Sheet and the application guide.

And finally, just have a look! What’s the difference – Before and After!

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