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Offline Pete_w  
#1 Posted : 23 July 2020 19:00:14(UTC)
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Hi All

As per subject - has anyone any experience, good or bad, with brick sealers for internal use? Our new house has some exposed fair-faced brickwork internally and it would be nice to seal it to stop it shedding dust and grit all over everything. Architect's a bit stumped. Would very much like a dead flat matt finish, not a sheen-y one. And, ideally, not darken the bricks too much - they're a light Cambridge Gault at the moment.

Many thanks!
Pete


Offline phil page  
#2 Posted : 24 July 2020 01:34:31(UTC)
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Pete, I used linseed Oil for this purpose years ago. Worked well.
Phil
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