Waterproofing Paints and Foundation Walls
So I asked this question and I did get a lot of help but I thought I would rephrase my question. DC mentioned at worse waterproofing your walls from interior with paint like drylok can cause walls at worse to rupture or collapse because water pressure has no where to go. The way my basement is set up 2 walls are not underground. 1 wall is buried under my front concrete patio and 1 side wall is buried half in dirt. Obviously this is only side I ever see moisture coming from. Not liquid running water but moisture, mostly from floor coming up. So the question is how dangerous is using drylok? Do I have a high chance of complete foundation collapse? I do not plan to cover concrete behind walls. What is a safe membrane to use if any? Can I only waterproof membrane the floor? Is there anything I can use to make concrete walls white? Mike mentioned using wbitewash on walls. There is an article on this site that tested the different waterproofing products but they did not mention the risk of wall collapse or damage.
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