Beating Damp With Safeguard Renovation Plaster

Dryzone Damp-Resistant Plaster is the latest addition to the Dryzone System of damp remedials and protection from Safeguard Europe – the UK’s leading specialist in damp- and waterproofing, and masonry repair solutions. An alternative to traditional plasters, Dryzone Damp-Resistant Plaster is a breathable pre-blended plaster developed to control dampness and salt migration in walls.

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Beating Damp With Safeguard Renovation Plaster
 
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Couldn't see a price for it anywhere

That's because most of the prices scare people.
I pay around £17 a bag for Sovereigns.
Most are around the £20-30 a bag depending on what amount you buy.
It is bloody expensive but much better method than sand and cement.


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That's because most of the prices scare people.
I pay around £17 a bag for Sovereigns.
Most are around the £20-30 a bag depending on what amount you buy.
It is bloody expensive but much better method than sand and cement.


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It's certainly quicker, dry coat is usually around £16-17 so was wondering if it was comparable
 
I use the sovereign stuff myself its a lot easier than S&C, you can also get more on the wall without it sagging and sliding off. Its the future guys I think and its more thermally efficient than S&C.
Once you get the hang of it you won't look back, maybe on the bigger jobs use S&C we usually just get ready mixed in tubs now the mixer is getting rusty lol
 
I've used Sovereign in the past and it was good stuff but if you only wanted 3-4 bags was a mare to get hold of...
 
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