Using traditional lime and clay renders and plasters

Starts: Tuesday, 29th January 2019 - 9.00am

Ends: Tuesday, 29th January 2019 - 5.00pm

Location: Womersley's Ltd Ravensthorpe Indust Est, Low Mill Lane Ravensthorpe, West Yorkshire, WF13 3LN

About this event

Lime and Clay plasters have been used historically and this day provides advice to those who wish to restore their period property and demonstrate how breathable renders and plasters can be efficiently applied to new buildings. The day will discuss lime renders, lime and clay plasters and historic & breathable paint finishes, including:

  • An introduction to breathable structures
  • Lime & clay plasters and lime renders
  • Historic & environmentally sound paint finishes
  • Practical demonstrations and workshops

How to book

This courses costs £75, book a place here.

 

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