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Mixing Old school Lime to plaster for extra workability and durability

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Mixing Old school Lime to plaster for extra workability and durability

Howdy folks, in this video Jason explains how to add lime to any portland based material if you wish extra spreadability and or workability.

I have applied both products many times without the addition of any lime, however I was not appalling a finish coat or trying to match a custom color. The reason we did this using old school methods was the home owner wished to match the texture and color of some large custom concrete planter boxes to the retaining wall that he just built, which we also skimmed on this day.
This project of application will be in an upcoming video.

Please also see our web site at https://stuccoplastering.com
Kirk Giordano Plastering Inc.
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Mixing Old school Lime to plaster for extra workability and durability

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