lime plaster

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    Lime Plaster Skim

    Hi, Hoping someone will be able to help answer a question about lime skimming (pictures attached). I've recently moved into an 1860 solid stone cottage with lime plaster used throughout the internal walls. I intend to stay true to the original specs by using lime on the 'outer' internal walls...
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    Lime novices in need of help!

    Hi guys! Really hoping someone’s able to help. We have an 1850’s Yorkshire stone terraced cottage. We’ve recently had our internal lounge (facing external wall) and fireplace wall removed of gypsum. It’s about 20sqm. We were quoted £3k to have it plastered and the guy said we’d be better off...
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    Lime plasterer required listed building

    Hi, we have been in our new house (which is 500 yrs old and grade 2 listed) fit a little while and we are discovering that the old owners have made quite a lot of poor quality repairs that we would like to right. We require an experienced lime plasterer who can also take on normal plastering...
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    What kind of plaster is this?

    Hi All, I've just bought a new property project, doing a full refurb, but I'm not sure what sort of plaster this is, lime or sand cement. Or can I just Febond /Pva and use multi finish? Seem high suction, was thinking a tight coat of hardwall first. Thanks
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    Please help!Plastering Victorian bare brick walls.

    Hi, Ok guys Ive got really conflicting information and its driving me crazy. I'd appreciate your help please. Small side note: I've got hardly any experience with plastering and what very small amount I do have is using gypsum plaster. So I had to hack the existing plaster of my victorian...
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    Lime based renovation render Rasolite, repairs of traditionally built properties

    This is to introduce our highly breathable lime based renovation render Rasolite. Rasolite is a high performance breathable one skim coat for buildings with sound, but ageing existing painted or plain facades, including painted renders in need of restoration. It has exceptionally good bonding...