A Lime bag-rub plaster finish is used to show off a walls natural stone and undulations. It is a happy compromise when stonework isn’t quite good enough to Lime point.
This Lime bag-rub in Looe, Cornwall saw us remove 2 coats of cement render to expose the stonework and access the condition before a decision was made to render or re-point.
Low level damp was visible inside the property so removal of the cement based render was essential in allowing the walls longevity and ability to breath. Once de-clad a decision was made to bag rub this elevation. As you can see from the gallery pictures below a brick doorway and beautiful granite lintel were exposed and these features were picked out.
A 4-coat breathable Lime paint will be applied in a colour that matches the rest of the render on the property.
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