Browning V Lime on internal stone walls
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OKHorne
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Browning V Lime on internal stone walls

by OKHorne » Wed Jan 28, 2009 8:12 am

Hello,
I had lime plaster on my walls. One of the walls the lime had to be completely removed (because it fell off).
Now my question is - can i use browning directly onto the stone wall, or would i have to render it in NHL (Natural Hydraulic Lime) first.
I know lime was used because it was more permeable, but this is for an internal wall, can i use browning?

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by stoneyboy » Wed Jan 28, 2009 6:49 pm

OKHorne,
Assuming the wall is stable - not lots of movement cracks - paint the wall first with waterproof PVA, this will stablise the surface then apply browning.
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