Solved Rod Hole Sealant

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silverado4

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I've been using "Hydraulic Cement" in a powder form and mixing it with water to put in my rod holes in my basement wall to prevent water leaks. This is a messy job. I was wondering if there is something out there similar to hydraulic cement "IN A TUBE" like a chalking tube. This can be squirted in the hole, then pushed into the hole with a dowel to get it all the way back to the end of the hole and then keep putting it in until it reaches the inside of the wall. This must be the same type of mixture to prevent any future water from coming through this hole.
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