Singleton Birch Lincolnshire Lime Putty 23kg tub

Singleton Birch Lincolnshire Lime Putty 23kg tub from Lincolnshire Lime

By: Lincolnshire Lime  06/08/2014
Keywords: Lincolnshire, lime, Building Restoration

High calcium Fat Lime Putty (Class A), well matured. This lime putty is soft, mixed with well graded sharp sand makes lime mortar which is slow setting, breathable and extremely flexible, perfect for conservation and restoration of old buildings. The lime putty is manufactured by slaking quicklime in clean water then leaving it to mature. The lime mortar made from this lime putty sets by carbonation; it is carbon in the atmosphere that causes it to set. Packaged in a tough, air-tight tub which will prevent it setting, it can be stored indefinitely if it is kept sealed, air-tight inside the tub. Mixed with water lime putty can be made into limewash a traditional product for decorating lime plaster.

Keywords: Architectural Mouldings, Building Lime, Building Restoration, decorative plaster mouldings, Decorative Plasterwork, fibrous plaster, Historic Building Conservation, Historic Building Restoration, lime, Lime Mortar, Lime Plastering, Lime Products, Lime Putty, Lime Rendering, lime wash, Lincolnshire, Listed Building Restoration, Natural Hydraulic Lime, Plaster Mouldings, Plaster Restoration, Restoration And Conservation, Singleton Birch, Traditional Building Materials

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