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Waterproofing solution launched for construction industry by MR Seal


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Property developers, architects and households are aware of the rapid decay that can occur to indoor and outdoor surfaces and household amenities when they are not properly waterproofed, preserved, treated and protected. Exposure to rain, salt and oils over time can cause extensive damage and long-term deterioration.

The new MR Seal all-purpose penetrating sealer is the only state-of-the-art, penetrating waterproofing solution available in the market that acts as a preventative measure against the deterioration process in tile grout, bricks, concrete, blocks, pavers, stones, rugs, carpets, leather, wood and timber, while preserving the original condition and increasing the lifespan for years to come.

“MR Seal makes tile grout, marble, stone, leather and even wood surfaces resistant to most common spill-related stains, soiling, discolouration and efflorescence, adding years of extended life and value. The solvent based do-it-yourself self-applied sealer does not require any special tools or repairmen and can save you a lot of time, money and frustration when cleaning,” said AbarnaThaventhiran, Managing Director at Miracle Reliable Sealants Ltd. “MR Seal sealers imposes no danger to humans, animals, materials or the environment and meets the most stringent regulatory requirements internationally,” she added. 

It recently launched its website to serve customers better, at www.mrseal.lk.

Unlike water proofing paints, MR Seal does not form a surface film or membrane coating. Instead, the sealant absorbs deep into the substrate, internally filling the micro-pores without the need to remove or replace the concerned surfaces. While other water-repellent sealers or the common acrylic-based sealers have to be reapplied every other year, MR Seal is an economical solution in the long-run even before considering all the labour.


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