DO-IT-ALL – one product with so many uses

Building Waterproofing Areas

DO-IT-ALL – what can it waterproof?

Years ago we first became aware of DO-IT-ALL when it was an offered to us as part of a package of products from the USA where one of it’s main uses was to seal wooden shingles on the roofs of houses.

Needless to say, in view of the fact that we don’t use wooden shingles very often in the UK we didn’t pay it a lot of attention, and concentrated on the more traditional waterproofing products, that is, until we realised that people were interesting this product and ordering it.

DO-IT-ALL was like a kid at the back of the class jumping up and down with their hand up desperately trying to get their teacher’s attention. Well, it got our attention, especially when some was spilled on a worktop, and we found it virtually impossible to remove by conventional means. General solvents and ‘Scotch Brite’ pads wouldn’t touch it. It even stuck well on stainless steel.

How many uses could we find for this product? That is a question we still don’t have an answer to.

So far, we know that DO-IT-ALL can be used on:

  • Clay roof tiles
  • Paint
  • Wood
  • Metal
  • Cement Blocks
  • Concrete
  • Brick
  • Stucco
  • Concrete Pavers
  • Painted walls
  • Primer for hard/glossy surfaces
  • Mist coat for plaster and plasterboard
  • Concrete roof tiles
  • Roof shingles

Building Waterproofing Areas