rubber sealant for planter block wall
I’m in the process of building a small block wall that will surround a lawn and create planter boxes on either side of the yard. The wall will be capped in flagstone and faced with tile. A friend suggested that I use a rubber sealant of some sort on the inside of the wall. He claims that the water seepage will ruin the face in a years time or so.
Do you agree? If so, what type of sealant should I use?
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use Henery 101 for sealent on the inside...
but I wouldn't.. you want all the drainage you can get...
does the wall have weeps or field drains now???
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