Today we are pleased to introduce NeoPlusBook – a collection of instructional videos of how to apply HydrophobNeo products. A part of this collection is a group of videos and articles demonstrating the features and benefits of the HydrophobNeo and explaining the mechanism of how do they operate.
All videos in one place!
HydrophobNeo water repellents, how-to
Expert protection from water penetration
Would you like to learn how HydrophobNeo water repellent agents protect concrete, stone & wood surfaces from moisture penetration? If so, watch this video!
HydrophobNeo for paving stones and tiles
In this short video we demonstrate how to apply HydrophobNeo products to surfaces of walkways and driveways made of pavers, paving stones and tiles.
HydrophobNeo for aerated concrete
You can use HydrophobNeo to protect walls, floors, roofs made of aerated concrete. Watch our short video showing when to use HydrophobNeo products and how to apply them to AAC surfaces.
HydrophobNeo for concrete surfaces
You can use HydrophobNeo to apply to concrete surfaces in basement and damp rooms, to hydrophobize the foundations as well. Watch this short video showing how to protect concrete surfaces and why it it necessary.
What’s the difference – Before and After!
Treated with HydrophobNeo surfaces have water-repellent, frost-resisting properties and are actually protected from the impact of atmospheric precipitation and groundwater. Just have a look!
HydrophobNeo for wood and wood-based materials
You can use HydrophobNeo to protect wood constructions and articles from moisture penetration. As a result wood surfaces do not swell, crack or buckle. Invisible and careful protection!
Water repellent agent for wood
What’s the difference between water repellents and other protective coatings? This short video demonstrates how treated with HydrophobNeo-W surfaces repel water. It’s fantastic!
HydrophobNeo-G water repellent really repels dirty water!
When applied to glass surfaces the HydrophobNeo-G agent improves visibility by repelling rain, sleet and snow. As a result treated surfaces are protected from being wetted with water and being adhered with dirt.