Solo Onecoat Lime Plaster

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A one-coat lime plaster for interior use on masonry and boards. Can be finished to a smooth surface suitable for decoration.

Developed to give a high quality finish, Lime Green Onecoat lime plaster is a perfect labour and time saving interior lime plaster. Unlike standard lime plasters, Lime Green Solo doesn't require an initial base coat.

Applied as normal it can be finished to smooth surface. With no waiting for a first coat to go off, this makes it faster to apply so more wall area can be completed in a day, making Solo the perfect product, especially for smaller projects where it's not possible to use ‘waiting time' to work elsewhere.

Solo Onecoat Lime Plaster can be used on a wide range of substrates including plasterboard, masonry and Woodfibre insulation panels, which can then be painted over.

Just as with our other lime plasters, Solo is highly permeable to water vapour and so allows moisture to escape while also creating a healthier living environment. 

 
Coverage

One bag will cover approximately 5m2 at 3mm thick or 1.3m2 at 12mm thickness

Availability

Available in 25kg sacks, 40 per pallet shrink-wrapped.

Guidance notes
  • Sample trials should always be carried out to assess compatibility with substrate.
  • Porous backgrounds should be dampened before application. 
  • Do not allow Lime green one coat plaster to rapidly dry; dampen very dry backgrounds and do not force dry. 
  • Do not prime walls with PVA 
  • Not suitable for excessively wet or continuously damp backgrounds 
  • Lime green plaster should be applied to uniformly flat walls. Uneven walls should dubbed out using lime green Duro first
Mixing

Mix with only clean water for between 3 to 5 mins. Add approx 5-7 litres of water to a 25kg sack

Temperature: 5˚C to 30˚C

Reworking: Not possible

Required thicknesses

Insulation boards typically 8 to 12mm

Plaster boards typically 3 to 5mm

Masonry typically 10-12mm

Application

On masonry

Apply the plaster in either one pass and level the plaster with a straight edge, leave for approximately 1½ hours. Sponge float giving a light creamy texture to the plaster, leave for another few minutes after which the plaster may be closed in with a steel trowel to produce a smooth finish. Do not over work the surface or this may lead to fire cracking.

On boards and wood fibre insulation boards.

Apply Lime Green one coat plaster in 2 passes within one hour of each other with lime green 454 mesh pushed into the first pass

Finish the plaster as above

Painting

Allow at least 2 weeks drying time, suitable paints:

Aglaia natural paints, Traditional limewash, Beeck Insil