repairing cellar walls? Answered
We bought a house last year that had some water damage on the cellar walls. Last summer I redid the drainage around the house as I suspected that that was the reason for the damage. I am now setting out to repair the inside damage. I should not that I noticed no damage to the outside walls while redoing the drainage.
The inside wall damage consists of 'blistering' and loose light cement/plaster. The cinder blocks seem to be fine and I have not found mold. I have scraped away the loose stuff and will now patch the holes. I have been told to use a polymer-based household cement but would like to ask the instructable community for advice.
I basically have to resurface parts fo the walls and patch a few deep holes. How should I do this?