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Twistfix supplies its DIY damp proofing kit with everything needed for a do it yourself damp proof course to stop damp walls. The damp course injection cream offers a highly effective rising damp treatment.
DIY damp proofing kit has sufficient DPC cream to provide a new chemical damp proof course to 30m of single leaf wall (allow 15m for 9" or cavity walls).
The cream is formulated without thickening agents, using an emulsification process to produce a 100% active silane/ siloxane damp proofing cream for use by DIY enthusiasts and Trade professionals. This pure DPC injection cream migrates fully and rapidly into pores in damp walls to form a chemical damp proof course treatment to stop rising damp.
Simply drill a 12mm hole, 90% though the wall at 100-120mm centres along the bed joint chosen for the DPC. Inject sufficient cream to fill the hole to within 1cm of wall surface and leave it to diffuse through the wall and cure to form a chemical damp proof course. Make good with sand and cement, whist cream is in the hole or with mastic if filling after diffusion.
DIY Damp Proofing Cream Kit includes:
Consumption rate - 115mm wall = 3.8m / tube of DIY damp proofing cream
Consumption rate - 230mm wall = 1.9m / tube of DIY damp proofing cream
*Approximation only - allows 5-10% wastage
When damp proofing a solid wall then one can drill and inject from the most accessible side. When treating cavity walls the inner and outer walls should be treated separately, drilling and injecting the cream from both sides of the wall to form a damp proof course in each. Damp plaster should be renewed to complete the rising damp treatment
Items returned and received in their original condition and packaging within 14 days of delivery will be accepted for exchange or refund subject to a 20% restocking fee. You will be responsible for the shipping costs incurred in returning the goods and should ensure the items are adequately insured while in transit to us. You should phone our Customer Services department on 0345 123 6006 to get details of the address to which to return goods.
Where the goods are being returned because they are faulty or are not the goods that were ordered then, subject to the goods being returned in re-saleable condition, Twistfix will refund the cost of return shipping. Further information regarding Returns can be read at our Terms & Conditions.
Goods are sent via a national carrier on a 3-5 working day standard service at and charged at:
£8.50 + VAT for orders with a goods value of less than £200.00 + VAT
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Available for orders placed before 1:30pm Mon-Fri.
Goods are sent via a national carrier on a 1-2 working day standard service at and charged at:
£12.50 + VAT for orders with a goods value of less than £200.00 + VAT
£8.50 + VAT for orders with a goods value of £200.00 + VAT or more
Goods are sent via a national carrier on a 3-5 working day over-water service at and charged at:
£20.00 + VAT for orders weighing less than 20kg irrespective of spend
Delivery costs will depend on weight and destination. Please phone our customer service department for costing 0345 123 6006
It is vital that the customer ensures that all the delivery details are correct and that the customer or someone acting for the customer is able to sign for the delivery. Twistfix accept no liability for failed deliveries as a result of incorrect delivery details or the absence of any authorised signatory. Twistfix will attempt delivery to the recipient between the hours of between 8am and 6pm. If no one is available to receive the delivery an attempt may leave the item with a neighbour. Alternatively the carrier may return the item to the sorting office and leave a calling card at the recipient's address to record the attempted delivery. It is the responsibility of the customer to arrange to collect the item from the depot or to arrange re-delivery with the carrier. Further information regarding Delivery can be read at our Terms & Conditions.
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