Processing instructions for lime adhesive plaster
Various uses of lime adhesive plaster
The processing of lime adhesive plaster as a plaster base for the subsequent coating with Tadelakt:
On the following substrates, the application of the lime adhesive plaster can be started immediately:
- Mineral plasters
- Gypsum fibreboards
- Gas concrete/autoclaved aerated concrete
Otherwise, priming must be done with the adhesion primer with vegetable casein or the adhesion primer with marble powder. Adhesion primer with vegetable casein is used for:
- composite sealing
- emulsion paints
- synthetic renders
The adhesion primer with marble powder is used for:
The lime adhesive plaster is applied with a smoothing trowel and is not smoothed but roughly rubbed with the smoothing trowel so that a rough surface is obtained.
Lime bonding plaster as grated textured plaster:
Very popular are textured plasters with an even structure, where the grains do not stand outwards but are rubbed inwards. For this purpose, the lime adhesive plaster is applied with a smoothing trowel to grain thickness and rubbed in circular movements to create a beautiful, marble-white surface. If the grains are to face outwards, the lime adhesive plaster is also applied with the smoothing trowel and rubbed with a soft sponge board.
Smoothed lime adhesive plaster:
It is also possible to smoothen the lime bonding plaster to a stone-like surface. The coarse grain brings some nice scratch marks which bring a special attraction. In addition, beautiful effects can be achieved with mica admixtures, up to 5 weight-% are possible.