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Laticrete Hydro Barrier Plus 3-1/2 Gallon Pail

Laticrete Hydro Barrier Plus 3-1/2 Gallon Pail

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Laticrete Hydro Barrier Plus 3-1/2 Gallon Pail

Hydro Barrier Plus is a thin, load bearing, self-curing liquid rubber polymer which can be easily applied to form a flexible seamless waterproofing membrane / crack isolation membrane.


  • Approximate coverage is 175 sq. ft. (16.2 sq. m) with two coats
  • Allows for flood testing in 12 hours (reduced from 24 hours in original hydro barrier)
  • Laticrete Hydro Barrier can be used on interior and exterior, horizontal or vertical surfaces and is approved by IAPMO for use as shower pan liner
  • Easily applied to form a flexible seamless waterproof anti-fracture membrane
  • No additional fabric required (compared to original hydro barrier)
  • Anti-fracture protection of up to 1/8" (3 mm) over shrinkage and other non-structural cracks
  • Changes color from a light blue to darker blue when cured
  • Lighter color for ease of inspection and enhanced visibility during application
  • “Extra Heavy Service” rating per TCNA performance levels (RE: ASTM C627 Robinson Floor Test)
  • Install tile, brick and stone directly onto membrane
  • Equipped with Microban antimicrobial technology to protect the membrane from the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria, mold and mildew
  • Exceeds ANSI A118.10 and A118.12 and IAPMO approved
  • Integrated antimicrobial technology stays present and active for the expected lifetime of a product at a cellular level to continually disrupt growth and reproduction of contaminating microorganisms
  • 10 year Laticrete warranty

Laticrete Hydro Barrier Uses

  • Interior and exterior use
  • Swimming pools, fountains and water features
  • Shower pans, stalls and tub surrounds
  • Industrial, commercial and residential bathrooms and laundries
  • Spas and hot tubs
  • Kitchens and food processing areas
  • Terraces and balconies over unoccupied spaces
  • Counter tops and facades
  • Steam rooms (when used in conjunction with a vapor barrier)