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    Masonry waterproof repellent.

    Exactly what does this stuff do? Will it make my tile floors shiney or slippery?

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    ^ It's for sealing masonry, not floor tiles I believe.

    (Just a wild guess as it says 'Masonry' on the bottom )

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    I think you will find it is very oily, we used the Toa version of that to seal some marble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerbil View Post
    ^ It's for sealing masonry, not floor tiles I believe.

    (Just a wild guess as it says 'Masonry' on the bottom )

    Perhaps true with your comment, but remember TIT...

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    I used the TOA silicone to waterproof my unglazed terracotta roof tiles.
    Used a couple of coats. It doesn't make the tile shiny as terracotta is porous.
    It also has anti-fungal stuff in it as well. Five years on and my roof has only a small amount of the black fungus. Saw a house with terracotta tiles that was built four years ago and it is totally black as they didn't use anything.
    Good stuff if used for the right application.
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