This is a sponsored post on behalf of Rain Guard Waterproofing
Rainguard’s advanced waterproofer for wood and masonry creates a deep penetrating, non-film forming, chemically reactive water repellent that contains no silicone oils, paraffin wax or urethanes.
Rain Guard includes a spray & go sprayer for easy application, they even supply you with the batteries.
Jamie gave me this concrete garden stone many years ago. I’ve had it in my flower bed ever since. It’s near and dear to my heart and I want to make sure it stays around for a long, long time. There is a 10 year guarantee, so that shouldn’t be a problem.
I really didn’t know for sure it was concrete until I turned it over to wash it. To prep your masonry for Rain Guard, it needs to be clean and dry.
I inserted the batteries and dropped in the tube and pulled the trigger. It really was as easy as that.
Applied surfaces can be used in less than one hour. The non-toxic eco-friendly formula is safe for you and your family.
After you purchase the gallon Spray & Go, you can get this super-concentrate eco-POD. Mix it with one gallon of water in the Spray & Go and you’re ready to protect your masonry, wood, or stucco surfaces. Zero waste—after use return complete eco-POD to for a $1 refund.
Use on the Following Vertical or Horizontal Surfaces:
Wood 300 Sq ft per gallon
Clay Brick 125-150
Stone (Stepping Stones, Cultured Stones, etc.) 100-125
Split Faced Block 50-70
Precision Block 60-70
Lightweight Block 40-55
Adobe Block 70-90
Clay Block 50-60
Clay/Stone Pots 60-70
- Penetrates deep – perfect for use on sidewalks, driveways (not asphalt) and garages
- Prevents growth of mold and mildew
- Stain resistant to oil, gas and anti-freeze
- Great winterizing agent – protects concrete from icing and salt infiltration
- Easy to use – same day, one coat application
- Apply in cold weather down to 40°F
- Easy clean up – simple rinse with soap and water
- Low VOC and low odor wont harm pets or plants
- Protects your investment with a TEN YEAR satisfaction guarantee
I’ve chatted with the Rain Guard folks online and on the phone, and they are very helpful. I was a little confused about the surfaces that accept the application. Rain Guard will work on any surface that is porous and will absorb water—wood, concrete, stucco, etc.
Plastic & metal, will not absorb water, so therefore they won’t absorb Rain Guard.
Clean up is easy! I removed the tube from the gallon container, placed it into a cup of water, and pulled the trigger on the sprayer to allow water to flow through the entire length to clean it out.
I think this poor little guy is beyond help. I wish I had discovered Rain Guard a few years ago.
What do you have that needs to be Rain Guarded? Pick some up today at my favorite orange store–The Home Depot!
Rain Guard sent me this product to review. All thoughts opinions and projects are my own.