Efflorescence is clearly a problem the world over. Google has images and stories about efflorescence from all four corners of the globe.
During a visit to the UK, we have seen efflorescence leaching from the face brickwork of many new buildings and brick fences. Common perception from most local tradesmen is that efflorescence comes from modern clay bricks. In some walls we have seen, the bricks do appear to produce salts which are seldom seen in Australia. However, for the most part, it does appear that porous mortar is the main culprit, or sometimes there is a combination of leaching from both materials.
Efflock is a perfect solution for permanent efflorescence prevention, with the added benefits of protecting against rising damp, salt attack, and frost attack - performance attributes that are especially important in Britain's climate, and unique to Efflock.
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