Polymer modified waterproofing

Resiflex is a blend of finely selected aggregates, portland cement, various fibres and re-distributable polymers that when mixed with water forms a tough flexible membrane.

Fields of Application:

Resiflex has a wide range of uses and applications as a general purpose waterproofing barrier.

  • Showers
  • Balconies
  • Flat roofs
  • Gutters
  • Window thresholds
  • Door thresholds
  • Retaining walls
  • Concrete ramps
  • Stairways
  • Cavity walls
  • Water features
  • Plant floors
  • Block walls
  • Parapets and kerbs


General Application process:

Dampen the prepared surface with a fine spray of water. Ensure that there is no ‘free’ or ‘standing’ water.

Apply first coat of Resiflex to the surface, by means of a brush or soft broom, at the rate of 1 litre per square metre.

Allow to dry.

Apply second coat of Resiflex at the rate of approx. 1 litre per square metre.

Allow to cure for 48 hours before any use or overlay.

Application should be undertaken at ambient temperatures of between 5º and 35º C.

Drying time at 15ºc is approx. 2hrs depending on weather conditions.


Mixing Instructions

Place the water in a plastic or metal container.

Gradually add the Resiflex powder whilst continuously stirring with a paddle until the mix achieves a smooth and creamy consistency.

Allow to ‘rest’ for 5 minutes before application


Re-inforced paper pockets: 10 kg

Final coat Resiflex