Limewashed bricks coating promises to refresh worn-down brick exteriors and protect them from the elements—but it’s not for every homeowner. Think your home could use an update?
How is Limewash Different from Paint?
Limewash is different from paint because it can soak into the surface of the material when applied. Because of this, limewash will not easily peel or chip. It can be able to take on the properties of the brick. On the other hand, paint merely sits on top of the surface of the material when applied which makes it easier to flake and chip.
Limewash removal from old brick surfaces without risk of damage to grout.
Removing limewash from brick and stone can be a difficult task if you don’t want to damage the brick or stone. The problem lies in that it may have bonded really well in some areas whilst being loose and flakey in other areas. You have to get the balance right in using the correct system to remove the bonded limewash without damaging the underlying stone or brick – this means the right abrasive (normally calcite or dolomite) at the correct pressure.
All jobs are comprehensively tested to determine the best removal method so your property remains undamaged in the process. All work is conducted to ISO9001 Quality Standards.
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