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Densifier Pro – CN100

Consolidating, Densifying Solvent Borne Silane Complex for Friable and Deteriorating

CN100 is a ready-to-use, highly effective, consolidation treatment that stabilizes, strengthens and densifies natural stone and masonry by replacing the natural binding materials lost due to deterioration, decay, weathering and other causes. When properly applied, CN100 penetrates deeply, 10-20cm (4-8 inches) and retains the substrate’s natural vapor permeability. In addition to the general consolidation of severely deteriorated masonries, CN100 is an effective pretreatment for friable substrates that need to be strengthened before cleaning, patching or coating and can be very effective at slowing or preventing on-going salt water erosion.CN100 may be used on most types of natural stone, concrete, stucco, brick, terra-cotta, etc.

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Application Highlights


  • Friable, crumbling & soft stone
  • Weathering decaying natural stone
  • Deteriorating concrete


  • Cures in 30 to 40 minutes
  • Darkens an enhances
  • Generally single coat
  • Matte finish
  • Safe, easy to apply


  • Indoors and outdoors
  • Horizontal and vertical


  • One gallon bottles
  • Five gallon pails

Regulatory Compliance: VOC Compliance; This product cannot be shipped to the following VOC regulated states: California, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Northern VA, Pennsylvania, Parts of Arizona, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana. In addition, these counties in California: LA County, Riverside County, Orange County, San Bernardino County.