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Using Lime

  • About Cornerstone Mortars

    About Cornerstone Mortars

    Cornerstone is our brand new range of dry, ready mixed natural hydraulic lime mortars, renders and related products.

  • How to Apply a Three Coat Lime Render

    How to Apply a Three Coat Lime Render

    A guide by Cornish Lime, using NHL or Lime Putty

  • Adding Hair or Fibres to Lime Mortar

    Adding Hair or Fibres to Lime Mortar

    Animal hair has traditionally been used as reinforcement in lime renders as a means of improving tensile strength and to reduce shrinkage cracking. Introduced into the mix by teasing the hair into the mix prior to the mortars use.

  • Curing Lime Based Renders & Mortars

    Curing Lime Based Renders & Mortars

    After a Lime Render has been placed it must be allowed time to to cure/fully hydrate before it acquires strength and hardness.Curing is the process of keeping the mortar/render under a specific environmental condition until hydration is relatively complete.

  • Natural Lime Putty for Restoration and New Build Projects

    Natural Lime Putty for Restoration and New Build Projects

    Lime putty is not used on its own it is the binder where the putty is mixed with a suitable sand in the correct ratio to make a lime mortar, lime render or a lime plaster to name its main functions.

  • Lime in Building

    Lime in Building

    The use of building limes have increased considerably in recent years and for very good reason; these relatively simple materials are essential to the structural welfare of historic buildings, a fact that has not escaped my attention whilst working with these materials over the last seventeen years or so.

  • Hempsulate

    Hempsulate

    Hempsulate is a product manufactured by Cornish Lime, made from hemp, lime and recycled minerals. Hempsulate is a low carbon alternative to gypsum based plasters and renders. It offers numerous benefits to a building and its users and has particularly good thermal qualities.

  • Lime Mortars for Pointing

    Lime Mortars for Pointing

    Technical advice note for the application of Lime Mortars.

  • Prompt Natural Cement Technical Information

    Prompt Natural Cement Technical Information

    Prompt is a rapid set cement with a wide range of controled setting times

  • Technical Advice Note for Bag Rub Finish

    Technical Advice Note for Bag Rub Finish

    Bag rubbing is a technique where the pointing of masonry is conducted in a manner closer to rendering, that does not (have to) extinguish the ‘character’ of the wall.

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