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Appearance of damp after dpc injection - can “good enough” plaster go soft?
Approximately 1 year ago we had a wall treated with damp proof course injections (silicone I believe) and we then rendered with a mixture including a relatively strong mix of good waterproofer. ...
Sep 26 '12 at 11:27
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