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Use either of the right-hand columns to see how much Maragite is required, in kilograms. (A comprehensive application guide is included with each pack). Maragite can be applied with a paintbrush, or a soft broom on large areas, and the dilution can be adjusted to cope with porous, unstable
or uneven surfaces. Maragite begins to cure at about 18 minutes, but brushes, etc., can be washed clean in water for a further 5 - 7 minutes.
Surface Type Requiring Sealing
(Allow extra for irregular or profiled areas)
Usage Rate
kg of Maragite per
Equivalent Coverage
per kg of Maragite
Plasterwork (behind splashbacks, shower tiling, etc.) Smooth Concrete 0.11 kg 9 m²
Stonework & Flush-pointed Brickwork 0.14 kg 7 m²
Painted Walls (allow extra for uneven areas) 0.08 - 0.09 kg 12 - 13 m²
Porous Blockwork (AAC or 'breeze' blocks) 0.20 - 0.25 kg 4 - 5 m²
Rising Damp/Damp Plaster/Spalled Brickwork (see topic below) 0.12 - 0.16 kg 6 - 8 m²
Concrete Floors, Brick & Stone Paving (i.e. foot traffic/live loads) 0.15 - 0.18 kg 5.5 - 6.5 m²
Membrane on Smooth Concrete (before screeding); Pond Lining 0.14 - 0.17 kg 6 - 7 m²
Dust-Sealing - Screeded Floors etc. 0.06 kg 17 m²
Timber including Wood Flooring (sealing, varnishing, etc.) 0.11 - 0.14 kg 7 - 9 m²
Rising Damp The table gives typical coverages but the capillary pressure causing the problem, type of surface, stability of the substrate, temperature, humidity, etc., all have an effect; Maragite can be used to seal walls and floors where the surface is still quite damp. Always extend treatment 300 - 400mm above/beyond the problem area.
When using Maragite as a membrane (e.g. under floor tiles or paving), or as a lining in ponds, cisterns or sumps, always apply an extra coat at vulnerable points - external angles, outlets, etc.
Statuary/Masonry Maragite can be used to stabilise and strengthen the surface of external stonework and masonry. Because of the possibility of trapping inherent moisture which may freeze in winter and cause spalling or bursting, complete sealing of outdoor stonework and statuary should generally be avoided; the application should not be so dense that it detracts from appearance, or value.
Mortar Repairs A weak mix of Maragite can be used to stengthen, stabilise and greatly extend the life of lime-mortar joints in brick or stone walls, etc. Coverage depends on joint size and interval and the condition of the mortar, but 1kg of Maragite is normally sufficient to treat 12 - 15m² of brickwork in older walls. The work must be done in dry weather.
Always dry surfaces as well as possible; loose or flaky material should be removed with a stiff brush, etc., followed by thorough vacuum cleaning.
All packs include full instructions & guidance notes.

This check list will help to identify the source of any moisture problems in basements, cellars and ground floors. Where relevant or possible, find out what problems are being experienced in adjoining or nearby buildings. Ascertaining where the moisture emerges first (or appears to get worse first) and when it appears, particularly in relation to season, recent rainfall and household activities, will narrow down the possible causes of a temporary or intermittent problem. Year-round moisture is more likely to be associated with rising damp, or below-ground drainage problems.
Source of Problem
Symptom Possible Causes
External Pressure Occasional flooding, worse after heavy rain. High water table; heavy rainfall; local flooding, e.g. in street; mains fracture; adjoining property may be source!
Rising Damp Peeling paintwork; efflorescence; soft, crumbly plaster; mould. Failed damp proof course or membrane, etc. Porous brickwork. Capillarity can cause moisture to travel up walls more than 2 metres above local ground level.
Building Envelope During rainfall, water running down walls or drips from ceiling. Faulty flashings or roof coverings (Leaks in flat roofs often result in water running down the chimney breast because the water travels within the layers, etc.). Cracks in walls or floors; faulty window openings, etc.
Drainage Occasional flooding/puddles, only affecting floor and parts of wall. Blocked or missing gutters/downpipes; blocked or faulty drains, manholes, etc.
Plumbing Occasional flooding, starting from one point, not associated with rain. Leaking pipework or fittings, laundry equipment, etc.
Condensation Generally damp floor, walls; droplets on ceiling; mould. Warm, damp air against cold surfaces; poor air circulation; proximity of furniture to walls; high humidity - possibly also due to any of the reasons above.
Good air circulation will always help to reduce the effects of dampness. Besides obvious wet areas, mould and even flooding, water ingress may manifest itself as decaying or rotten timber, and spalling of wall finishes - due to the salts (phosphates, nitrates and sulphates) in old brickwork, etc.

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