I have a late victorian terrace house with significant rising damp issues in the kitchen (ground floor). I have had damp proof people round who would inject a damp proof course and replaster but their charges are high - so i plan to do this myself.
I plan to hire an injection pump, but i can't get any sensible advice on which fluid or cream to use. I'm sure there are good and bad products. Triton products were suggested by a damp proof guy - but i don't think they sell direct. Any advice on what to use or avoid would be really appreciated.
In the end having spoken to some of the manufacturers i went for Dryzone cream - which i bought a gun and cartridges for. Not super cheap but the advice was that this was as effective as a pump treatment and easier for the first timer to apply. Plus - now i have the gun i will be able (as i'm sure i'll need to elsewhere in the house) buy more cartridges and treat other areas at a later point.
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