Limecrete - Is there any point?

tvrulesme

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seemed the best option, always have admiration for people who invest the time, energy and money into keeping these old buildings alive for the future, too many cowboys around ruining them.
Thanks a lot Ray. It's been a lot of fun doing the research. Any idea if the limestone tiles can be sealed without ruining the breathability? I've seen a few manufacturers who claim breathable but would hate to ruin all that hard work on a sealant
 

raytheplasterer

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Thanks a lot Ray. It's been a lot of fun doing the research. Any idea if the limestone tiles can be sealed without ruining the breathability? I've seen a few manufacturers who claim breathable but would hate to ruin all that hard work on a sealant


I'm not sure so wouldn't want to give any dodgy advice, but I imagine they would be sufficiently aged before being sold to you for the floor and probably come ready prepared/sealed, best to ask the company you buy them from. The only tiles I know that need sealing are sandstone/soapstone tiles ??
 
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