Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who renders materials waterproof.
- n. One who, or that which, makes waterproof.
- waterproof + -er (Wiktionary)
“As for the "waterproofer," I don't understand why a contractor would apply that to a stained deck.”
“Finally, Drylok waterproofer should not be used on floors.”
“Also, the deck was originally stained but a contractor who did some repairs coated the entire deck with a waterproofer.”
“But if the waterproofer is not peeling or causing an appearance problem, I would wait a year or so, then give the deck a thorough cleaning and a new coat of stain.”
“But if you've got water in the basement, you probably want to talk to a waterproofer.”
“Then, in an equally pleasing twist, I quickly found my can of waterproofer, and good directions online for which seems to seal and which ones not to.”
“· These chemical stabilizers work mainly as a waterproofer.”
“· Sodium silicate works as a waterproofer, and also prevents fungal growth.”
“I have been advised to use a masonry waterproofer and I wonder if you would recommend this.”
“Be very suspicious if it makes outrageous claims, such as 10-year effectiveness, that it is a fire-retardant, or "a sealant, waterproofer or plasticizer," according to the bureau.”
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