Though available from links across the site, we've posted links to all of our instructional guides (PDF file format) here for easy access and download.
This guide provides an excellent process overview and details best practices for adding colorants and mixing LimeStrong Artisan plasters.
This guide offers full-batch mix-water tables and an infographic-illustrated jobsite method for conistently pouring the right amount of water.
LimeStrong Stone is designed to create a medium-to-fine texture with a matte or slightly polished finish (depending on application technique).
LimeStrong Sand is designed to create a medium to heavy texture with a matte finish. It is ideal for replicating concrete, stone, and other coarse finishes.
LimeStrong Marble is the finest of our artisan grades, designed to be applied in successive thin coats to create a luminous, polished finish.
LimeStrong Limewash is a pure, mineral-based paint that provides a subtle matte finish with a soft and porous feel, integral to the surface onto which it is applied.
BASE is the coarsest of the LimeStrong Artisan plasters. It was developed to be used as a shaping basecoat foundation for our waterproof tadelakt system. LimeStrong Base can also be used as an exterior finish coat or as a rough interior finish coat (with some limitations).
Understand that the burden to achieve a successful waterproof finish with LimeStrong Tadelakt is on the applicator and his or her knowledge and skill using the meticulous, multi-step tadelakt technique. You are required to read the disclaimer and accept the stipulations before buying and applying LimeStrong Tadelakt.
The powdered pigments that make up the LimeStrong Color System were carefully selected to work with our LimeStrong plasters.
A LimeStrong Soap Finish is optional, but will give the plaster a silky feeling and increase the stain resistance and wipe-abilty of the plaster.
LimeStrong plasters contain hydrated (slaked) lime, which, because of a high pH, is somewhat caustic. Breathing the powder dust can also cause respiratory irritation. Learn how to protect yourself.
This Safety Data Sheet may be used to comply with OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200.