The membrane method is the oldest form of waterproofing and until recently was the one in most common . It consists of the application of alternate layers of bituminous material such as asphalt, coal tar, or pitch-and fabric, like felt, burlap or canvas
The bituminous substance is heated and mopped on to the surface used should be elastic and cohesive as well as waterproof, because they are subjected to strains which will tend to make them crack, and to dryness which will decrease their flexibility.
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